Find you RV rental for Milan here and visit the city best known in Europe for culture and we're not just talking about pizza and spaghetti. Studded with architectural treasures, it is a vibrant metropolis. The perfect combination of artistic beauty and lively nightlife. The city plays a prestigious role internationally by attracting millions of tourists every year. The Milan event calendar is always full of events throughout the year: fashion, art and music can not be contained in the charming capital of Lombardy, it oozes out from every window. With an RV rental in Milan: entertainment and culture are guaranteed. Renting a motorhome is extremely simple with Campanda. You can compare different vehicles with different technical characteristics, prices and extra features. In a few clicks you can have the motorhome of your dreams and an RV rental in Milan.
An RV rental in Milan is the best alternative to hotels and car rentals. You’ll be able to discover this beautiful city without having to stay overnight in a hotel room while saving a considerable sum of money.
Milan is known not only for its magnificent gothic cathedral which is the ideal starting point to begin to discover the city, there is also the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II with its beautiful arcades, along with Via Montenapoleone and Via della Spiga are the symbols of Milan luxury shopping. The Castello Sforzesco in which the ancient art museum preserves the Rondanini Pietà by Michelangelo is also a must see. Just park your RV rental in Milan metropolitan and put your cultural hat on. For painting and sculpture lovers we recommend the Museo del Novecento covering 500 square meters and hosting 400 precious works of art. Continuing the tour, La Scala Opera House is worth special attention. For over 200 years, it attracted artists of international renown. To stand in awe of the genius of Leonardo, do not miss the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie with the masterpiece “The Last Supper”. If instead you want to get close to the Romanesque Lombard, visit the Basilica of Sant' Ambrogio and all its splendor. Last leg of your journey: The Navigli district. The canals create a unique atmosphere both day and night and the area is full of art galleries, restaurants and craft shops.
Arriving at Milan Malpensa airport or central station, you’ll be able to rent your favorite recreational vehicle. Campanda also offers a variety of motorhomes for rent in Milan: from the attic to the semi-integrated campervan. As the old town is a limited traffic zone, and the city is very busy, the best solution is to leave the RV at a parking area and then use public transportation or shuttle services offered by the structures themselves. An RV rental in Milan will provide you the means of easily reaching other interesting destinations. Some names? The Valtellina, Lake Como, Lake Maggiore and Valcamonica. If you want to leave the city to relax in nature, an RV rental in Milan will ensure the freedom of movement you need.
It will not be a problem to reach Milan. There are excellent means of transport linking the city with other destinations. If you decide to travel by plane, the closest airports are Milan Linate, Milan Malpensa and Bergamo Orio al Serio. From the airports you can reach the center of the city thanks to the specialized bus routes and dedicated trains. The main train station is the Central Station where you can catch the underground lines to the city center before you get to your RV rental in Milan. For Trenord the reference station is Cadorna FNM and from Cadorna you can reach Malpensa airport. If you have already rented the RV, consider that all highways enter the ring road from the east and west. If you travel to Bologna, Florence, Rome, Naples, Reggio Calabria, take the A1 freeway del Sole, the A4 motorway linking Turin to Venice, from Liguria must instead take the A8-A9.
Like any respectable big city, Milan is served by an efficient public transport system that allow you quick movements at very low costs. For more information, click here. Over the weekend, the night bus network is active along with 4 metro lines.
For those who wish to visit the city in an environmentally responsible, innovative bike sharing service it is not only environmentally friendly but also allows you to stay in shape.
Finally, the MilanoCard will let you use all public transport medical care, give you access to some museums, restaurants, fast food, theaters and much more. The card is available for 24 hours or for 3 days. It can be purchased at the airport and in the city.
An RV rental in Milan guarantees absolute independence: every day you can choose to visit a different place. When you choose to book an RV rental in Milan, you will have the absolute freedom to move and reach other places which are only an hour from the city. Here are our suggestions.
I. Lake Maggiore - it's really easy to be enchanted by the beauty of this place. The shores of this lake of glacial origin touch three different regions: Lombardy, Piedmont and Switzerland. The lake is surrounded by mountains that help to mitigate the climate evenly across the borders of the lake. On the shores of the lake, you’ll find alternate castles, villas, botanical gardens, parks and natural reserves.
II. Lake Como - just 50 km from Milan, has the characteristic shape of an inverted Y. Around the lake there are many picturesque villages, elegant villas, lush gardens. Some locations in which it is definitely worth stopping: Cernobbio with its sixteenth fantastica Villa d'Este, Ossuccio, Lenno and Moltrasio, Tremezzo, Bellagio. Those who love good food, can indulge in numerous delicacies such as risotto and perch fillet.
III. Lake Garda - where awaits a fantastic scenario of charming villages, lush vegetation and crystal clear waters, you can practice water sports or just relax in a bike ride or a walk. In Malcesine, thanks to the cable car, you will enjoy a great view of the lake from the Monte Baldo. Among the places of enchanting beauty are Lazise, Bardolino, Garda, Torri, Sirmione, Limone, Desenzano and Peschiera del Garda.
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