Car hire Milan in high demand this summer
During the summer months car Hire in Milan is extremely popular with travellers, as there is so much to see and do. Music lovers flock to the city to experience all the fantastic open-air concerts being held during August. The summer season is also when visitors can drive their rental car to the Milano d’Estate, where a variety of open-air concerts are held at the Castello Sforzesco from June until the end of August, for three solid months of music.
The Amici della Musica Milano also holds a series of concerts throughout the summer months under the Arco della Pace in Parco Sempione, where music fans can indulge in both local and international jazz performances absolutely free of charge. Visitors with their own rental car in Milan will be able to really soak up the sights and sounds of this magnificent city and car hire industry leaders Argus Car Hire recommend travellers to book their vehicle in advance to avoid disappointment.
The summer holidays traditionally begin for most Italians on 15 August and is known as Ferragosto, which also happens to be on the same day as the religious holiday of Assumption on the Roman Catholic calendar.
The 14th Annual Milan Bluegrass Festival is also happening from 9 August until 11 August for those visitors who would like to mix in some camping with their music. Remember to book all of the extra items you may require from the Car Hire company at the same time as your reservation.
With the annual Latinoamericando Expo being held in Milan from 7 July until 15 August visitors with their own hire car in Milan will be able to experience the spirit of Latin America and the best it has to offer for themselves without having to travel there! A typical South American village is created especially for this tremendous cultural extravaganza and is divided up into themed festival plazas that represent various South American countries, which feature visual, and performing arts, international music artists, literature, as well as some of the regions folklore, film, food and handicrafts.
Those travellers who would prefer to do a bit of antiquing will be pleased to know that the Antiques Market is held on the last Sunday of every month from 9:00am until 6:00pm and is well worth a visit if you have your own hire car. The market is located along the canal in Navigli and is about 2 kilometres long and features more than 400 stalls selling anything from rare postage stamps to exquisite pieces of furniture. There are also quality controls in place, so buyers can be assured that the quality of the goods on sale are in a good condition - a rental car in Milan is a handy way to transport your purchases.