We were visiting Milan with two of our sons as part of a planned trip to the Monza grand prix. A trip to the San Siro seemed a good choice for these sporting fans, with a previous visit to Nou Camp in Barcelona having been a first class experience.
A trip on the Metro and a 25 minute walk found us part of a small group of committed visitors who had made the trek to a largely deserted stadium in an industrial looking area on the City limits. There is a small museum to wander around before being brought to order for our tour by our guide. The tour lasted less than an hour and was fairly limited in terms of the access it provided to the stadium and behind the scenes areas. The guide imparted some interesting facts but she did rush the tour and gave the impression that she wanted to get it over as soon as possible. There is a small shop in a separate unit which can be visited after the tour.
Best avoid unless you are a dedicated football fan!
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