05 · 2020Read more
Hire a camper in Milan
What could be greater than camping in Italy? To discover the north of Italy you can rent a camper in Milan with us. The city itself has a lot to offer, whether you are interested in art and architecture, want to enjoy delicious Milanese food or shopping. Fortunately our campers offer enough space to stow away your booty.
Camper rental in Milan
Via Franceso Brioschi 22, 20136 Milan
Approach roadsurfer Milan
From the train station: walk to the Station Centrale FS (approx. 4 min) → take the Metro Line 3 San Donato to Missori (approx. 7 min) → walk to the P.za Missori C.so Italia (approx.. 1 min) → continue with the Tram Line 15 Via guida rossa dopo viale liguria to V.le Tibaldi dopo P.za Bibbiena (approx. 11 min) → walk to roadsurfer (approx. 3 min)
Parking in Milan
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Camping in Milan
Camping Milano | 12 km from the city centre | Facilities: restaurant, sanitary facilities, sauna, playground, petting zoo
Here you can find all our roadsurfer locations in Italy
High-end vehicles VW California T6, Mercedes Marco Polo and other models. The first registration of all our camper is less than 24 months
Your advantages with roadsurfer
No cleaning fee
Individual vehicle instruction
24h roadside assistance
Every mile included
Minimum rental of only 3 nights
Rent from 18 years old
Italy in style – rent a campervan in Milan
How to get to Milan
Of course you can arrive by train or plane, depending where you are coming from. The airport Milan-Malpensa has direct flights from many european cities and you will be there in just a few hours.
If you want to drive in Milan yourself you might need nerves of steel. You need to get used to the driving style of the Italians – especially in the numerous small alleys and one-way streets in the city. If you prefer to skip that we recommend to take advantage of one of the many park-and-ride spots (parcheggi di scambio). Park your campervan in a parking garage in the suburbs and then take the underground to the city centre.
If you are planning a camping trip to Milan, you should definitely check the calendar beforehand. Twice a year there is Fashion Week in the fashion capital of Italy. That is why in February and September, the city is overrun with models, photographers, stars and starlets during the fashion shows. This can be very exciting for fashion lovers but it is also very crowded and table reservations are hard to get.
Campsites in Milan
Of course, even camping in Milan is a bit difficult. But fortunately there are two campsites not far from the city centre from where you can get to Milan by public transport. So you can visit the city from there before continuing on to explore the surrounding areas.
Camping Milano is located about 12 km from the centre of Milan and has good connections by bus and train. The campsite has everything you need for a few relaxing days camping in Milan. Apart from the usual sanitary facilities there are also private toilet rooms and even a sauna. Children will love the playground, a petting zoo and lots of space to play football. And of course there is a restaurant with Italian specialities and homemade pizza as it should be on a camping site in Italy .
The Monza campsite is perfect for adrenaline junkies as it is located right next to the famous Formula 1 circuit, the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza. If the Italian roads are not fast enough for you take a ride here. Guided tours give you a look behind the scenes and afterwards you can ride your bike around the track – as fast as you can!
activities and points of interest in Milan
Shopping in Milan
Milan is the shopping paradise par excellence in Italy, espacially in Via Montenapoleone. If you want to shop here you should bring your platinum credit card. But it is also worth a visit because there is beautiful architecture to admire and you can feel a bit like Pretty Woman (or Pretty Man).
on the other hand you can find something for a smaller budget in East Market. In the factory building in the Venture Design District you can find second-hand fashion, old records and antiques. There are food stalls and DJ music – perfect for an extended stroll.
Milan Cathedral & The Last Supper
If you visit Milan for the first time you should not miss the Milan Cathedral. It is the third largest in the world and impresses with its unusual Gothic architecture. From the roof you have a great view over the city and on clear days even up to the Alps (don’t worry, there is also an elevator!). Remember to dress appropriately – shoulders and knees should always be covered, otherwise you won’t get in.
Art lovers must also visit Santa Maria della Grazie because in this basilica you can admire “The Last Supper” by Leonardo da Vinci. It’s worth booking a guided tour that will let you in on the secrets of this famous painting. Especially in spring and autumn, when Milan is the main tourist season, you should book your tickets online.
Chin-chin at the aperitif
No visit to Milan would be complete without an aperitif that was supposedly invented here and then conquered the world. You are spoilt for choice: Ramazotti, Campari, Americano or a typical Negroni sbagliato are on the city’s maps. For an aperitif, head to Piazza del Duomo or Navigli, a district with many bars and cafés along Milan’s many canals.
As prices are quite high, especially in Piazza del Duomo, it is worth finding a bar with a good “apericena”. Sending snacks and nibbles for an apertif has elevated Milan to an art form, and so you can get a whole buffet here for free with your cocktail – an Apericena.
Tours from Milan
If you’ve been touring the sights of Milan get out of town and explore the surrounding area! From Milan you can reach Genoa by the sea in a few hours’ drive or Verona, where you can follow in the footsteps of Romeo and Juliet.
For real La Dolce Vita you should drive along Emilia-Romagna. Parma, Modena and Bologna are real gourmet paradises. Cannelloni, tortellini, Parma ham and Parmesan cheese can be found on each menu and alternatively you can stock up on groceries and cook for yourself in your campervan kitchen.