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Train/rental car questions Milan-Bolzano

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We are flying into Milan, staying a few nights, and then heading to Ortisei in the Dolomites. My plan was to train from Milan to Bolzano, then rent a car to explore Dolomites. We're leaving Milan on a Sunday and rental car offices are closed in Bolzano. I'm hesitant to rent a car in Milan, even though rental car offices are open on Sundays, as I'm worried about even getting out of the city while driving. I have read so much about how crazy it is to drive there. My new thought is to train from Milan to a smaller city (that still has rental car offices open on a Sunday!) like Bergamo, then drive to Ortisei. Do you experienced Italy travelers think this is a sensible option or am I making a mountain out of a molehill?
Thank you for you advice/suggestions!

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