Hours and contacts
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26/02 Lun 09:00 - 13:00; 14:00 - 18:00
27/02 Mar 09:00 - 13:00; 14:00 - 18:00
28/02 Mer 09:00 - 13:00; 14:00 - 18:00
29/02 Gio 09:00 - 13:00; 14:00 - 18:00
01/03 Ven 09:00 - 13:00; 14:00 - 18:00
Car rental in Milan near the Central Station
Hiring a car in Milan, in the heart of the city, has never been so easy or practical! Collect the vehicle directly at our office in Milan Central Station, via Pisani, and you can move easily to any city destination or the major motorway junctions. We also inform you that in Milan you can also rent Sicily by Car in via Andrea Doria, as well as in the Milan Malpensa and Milan Linate airports.
How to reach our office
Our car rental is located in via Vittor Pisani 7, one of the major roads in Milan, right in front of the Central Station. With the station behind you, you can find us very easily: the office is visible to your left about halfway along via Pisani. When you need to return the vehicle, you can rely on the following directions to reach us, as calculated from your current position.
Our fleet offers numerous solutions for the most diverse needs: from economical and versatile city cars for city traffic to comfortable station wagons for those travelling with the family; from cheeky convertibles to trendy SUVs and top-of-the-range flagships. There are also vehicles with automatic transmission, 9-seater minibuses and commercial vans for your removals or for the transport of goods related to your business. Electric cars deserve a special mention, essential for free access to the Italian limited traffic zones (ZTL). After carefully evaluating your needs in terms of space and comfort, we are sure that you will find what is right for you.
Rental formula with a debit card
If you do not own a credit card to provide as a guarantee for the rental, consider our rental formula with a debit card. Debit, ATM and nominal rechargeable cards equipped with chips are allowed. Read our policy or call our toll-free number 800 334440 for further information.
Car rental for novice drivers
You can rent a vehicle even if you are between the ages of 19 and 22 and have owned a driving licence for at least a year and a day. Discover our Young Driver supplement for new drivers.
Return of the vehicle to another office
What happens when you need to return the rented car to another office than the one of departure? We call these cases a "one-way trip" which usually always represents an additional cost for the customer. Sicily by Car gives you more flexibility for your travels and allows you to return your rented vehicle in via Pisani to any of our other Milan offices at no extra cost. The surcharge will be applied only in case of return to another city. This is an explanatory table.
Better not miss anything when you are away from home, we recommend that you always consider adding our extra accessories and optional coverage to your rental.
Rental service with a driver
Our rental service with a driver is available in Milan. You will have a luxury car and a dedicated 24h driver who, on request, will pick you up directly in the lobby of your hotel. You can choose our hourly service or the simple transfer to and from the Milanese airports of Malpensa, Linate and Bergamo.
If the short-term rental of up to 26 days does not meet your needs, choose our monthly rental that can be extended up to 90 days. There are limited mileage rates that are ideal if you need one month, two months or three months of rental.
What to see starting from via Pisani in Milan
Your car rental in Milan Central Station is the ideal solution for getting around the city or if you need to reach the Milanese hinterland and neighbouring regions.
From the immediate vicinity of the imposing and historic Central Station, inaugurated in 1864, you can visit the famous fashion district with its luxurious via Montenapoleone, via del Gesù, via Manzoni in a few minutes by car or reach the Duomo and the Castello Sforzesco, both international symbols of the Milanese lifestyle.
Milan in brief
Milan does not only mean shopping and fashion, but you will also have the opportunity to visit the best food and wine temples with its world-famous chefs and visit Mercato Centrale Milano, the new centre of taste in the city right next to the Station, wander through the alleys of Brera, the historic district Milanese full of bars, historic shops and ancient squares, or stroll along the canals and discover the Vicolo dei Lavaii, where people used to wash clothes under the wooden roof.
Here you can enjoy one of the most typical views of the city, the canals at dusk and the bridges that cross them. It is the bohemian area, now frequented by hundreds of young people who have made it their headquarters.
The city has a lot to offer also from a cultural point of view, with numerous Milanese theatres at your disposal: La Scala, a legendary temple of opera that opens every year on Sant'Ambrogio, the patron saint of the city celebrated on 7 December, ushering in the Christmas holiday season.
For prose, there is the Strehler theatre, also an unparalleled institution dedicated to the great Maestro, where the most prestigious shows pass and again the Franco Parenti theatre, the Arcimboldi theatre, the Manzoni theatre, the latter dedicated to lighter performances, as well as the National Theater for large musical productions.
Exhibitions of all kinds and an infinite number of museums at your disposal complete the cultural offer.
Vittorio Emanuele Gallery
Nothing will give you more idea of being in Milan then Galleria Vittorio Emanuele. Beautiful, sumptuous, elegant, shining: a living room in the heart of the city, with dozens of perfectly preserved historic shops and a fin de siècle atmosphere that characterises every aspect.
The city centre
Let yourself be seduced by the shop windows of the centre. This irresistible attraction from Piazza Duomo will lead you to Piazza San Babila and then along Corso Venezia, a very refined street in the centre full of historic buildings of incredible and austere beauty. Here, with a little curiosity, enter the magnificent front doors and let yourself be dazzled by the internal courtyards, the real feature of these ancient buildings: columns, arcades, fountains and manicured gardens for the benefit of the lucky owners.
If, on the other hand, you want to smell business, then a trip to Piazza Borsa is a must. This is the home to the financial market which, with its Palazzo Mezzanotte and the central sculpture by Maurizio Cattelan, welcomes stock market traders daily.
You are in Roman Milan, where numerous excavations and finds will introduce you to the archaeological area of the city. Walking through ancient and narrow streets you reach the Carrobbio and the famous Columns of San Lorenzo, from the late Roman period and proof of life in the imperial era.
Don't be surprised if, among charming shops and ultra-modern installations, you can still find old grocery stores, perfumeries, small artisans or pastry shops with a nineteenth-century atmosphere. We suggest an unmissable coffee in corso Magenta da Marchesi or at the Ranieri pastry shop, or at Biffi or, again at Cova or the Sant'Ambroeus bar. Whether it's in winter or summer, listen to us: buy a panettone, because you won't find anything better anywhere else.