Customers looking to make a reservation with Maggiore car hire Milan Malpensa Airport should either telephone the service team on tel. +39 02 717 210 or visit the official website at http://www.maggiore.it.
All car rental counters are located in the Arrivals Hall of Terminal 1. Malpensa’s airport is just a 25 mile or 48 km driving distance from the city of Milan, conveniently linked to the Lombardy region and Milan centre via motorways A4 and A8.
The smaller engine size cars from Maggiore Milan Malpensa Airport include the Fiat Panda 1.2, which can seat up to 5 passengers, and the Fiat 500 1.2 Lounge, which seats up to 4 people. While the former features five doors, the latter is a 3-door model with ABS break system, air conditioning and radio. Also in this group is the Nuova Fiat Panda 1.2. All of these models come with 100 free kilometres included in the rental fee.
In Group C customers will find the next step up with regard to engine size, space for luggage and passengers. The Nuova Lancia Ypsilon 1.2 features five doors, ABS break system, air conditioning and room for up to five passengers. Also in Group C are the Fiat Florino Qubo 1.3 MJT, the Fiat Punto EVO 1.2, the Fiat Punto EVO 1.3, Volkswagen Polo 1.2 and Peugeot 208 1.4.
Group I from Maggiore car hire Milan Malpensa Airport includes the Volkswagen Polo 1.4 DSG, the Fiat Punto 1.4 Start & Stop Dualogic and features five doors, seating for five passengers and ABS break system.
The elegant Alfa Romeo Mito 1.3 JTDM-2 can be found in Group U. The 3-door vehicle seats up to four passengers and can accommodate one large and one medium sized piece of luggage. The Alfa Romeo Diesel features a manual transmission, air bags, air conditioning, ABS break system and stereo radio.
Maggiore Milan Malpensa Airport works in partnership with National and Alamo, thus extending their own fleet by thousands of affordable vehicles. Customers can make payments via major credit cards such as Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Diners Card, however, payments by electronic cards, prepaid cards or debit cards cannot be accepted.
With a rental car from Maggiore Milan Malpensa Airport a trip from Milan to Mantua, one of Italy’s most stunning Renaissance cities, visitors enjoy the greatest possible freedom and flexibility of travel. There’s just so much to see and do!
From lordly mansions and villas, palaces, parks, churches and ancient monuments galore to the natural beauty of the Po River Valley, Mantua has it all. The provincial capital was once dominated by the aristocratic and very wealthy Gonzaga family, who were responsible for erecting a city built around the Renaissance principles of harmony and beauty in architecture. Their Palazzo Ducale is not just a palace but a city with more than 500 rooms, gardens, inner courtyards and secret nooks and crannies.
The palace city was once the official residence of the Gonzaga family and the Palazzo del Capitano, the Magna Domus and the Castle of St. George form the centre of the whole palace complex. It takes time to get around the 34,000 square metre complex – it is impossible to see all of Mantua’s splendid historical treasures in one day.
It is a city best visited over a long weekend, perhaps as part of a longer holiday with Milan as the base. With a hire car from Maggiore Milan Malpensa Airport one can explore Mantua and its surroundings at leisure without worrying about catching a return coach or train.
In the east of Mantua the grand villa of the 16th century Palazzo Te is one of the highlights and a must-see attraction; boasting many fine art works and was created by the architect Giulio Romano. Palazzo Te was designed by the famous architect, when he lived in Mantua during his declining years, but nonetheless, Palazzo Te still ranks as one of his masterpieces.
Much older and built on the orders of influential despot Vespasiano Gonzaga himself, the town of Sabbioneta is partly encircled by medieval walled fortifications, boasting not just the city’s main gates but also the Imperiale and della Vittoria, the Teatro Olimpico which was designed by Vincezzo Scamozzi, but also the Antichi Gallery in Piazza Armi. Ranking as a must-see at the Teatro Olimpico are the beautiful frescoes by Paolo Veronese, as well as the Palazzo Ducale and the Palazzo Giardino.
Mantua and the Po Valley can best be reached by taking the A4 Milan to Venice motorway into the direction of Verona and from there the motorway A22, the Brennero to Modena route.
For more information about Maggiore car hire Milan Malpensa Airport, please visit the official website at http://www.maggiore.it, which is available in English and Italian.