Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro)

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Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro)

Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro)
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justajusta
Kingston upon Thames, UK36 contributions
Stadium Tour
Sep 2021
Having watched Italian football in my teens a trip to the San Siro was well worth the trip, a short taxi ride from the centre of Milan. The tour is self paced, you start with the Museum which has an excellent range of shirts from former greats and history of the Milan teams and stadium.
Next was the changing rooms, Milan was closed due to the Italy Spain game, but the Inter changing room was open and as expected, but not that spectacular and quite small compared to the modern stadiums. Still good to get a feel of the players experience. Then you walk the tunnel to the dug out and pitch side, it is quite an awe inspiring stadium, one of the greatest in history for some of the events and people who have played / performed there. Well worth a visit.
Written October 7, 2021
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Fares Kewan
74 contributions
Forza Milan
Aug 2021 • Couples
Historical stadium you must visit whenvisit Milano.I have a tour including the musium , the player area , and . Tow days after that I watch a game between Milan and calgiari. I was so exiting specialy veing an Ac milan fan .
Forza Milan
Written August 31, 2021
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Gar-e91
Ratoath, Ireland125 contributions
Iconic stadium
Aug 2021 • Couples
As a football supporter it was 100% on my to do list in Milan, the stadium tour is roughly €15 per person and is only 30minutes long. You can roam freely through the stadium at your own pace along the tour path which is a plus so loads of time for pictures.. the stadium is accessible by tram for €3 just off a street across from Milan cathedral where "Zara" is on the corner.
Written August 21, 2021
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superkrage
Skanderborg, Denmark56 contributions
Great tour
Jun 2021 • Family
Fantastic tour in English by a lovely guide (Mara?). One hour of interesting facts and sights, such as the dressing rooms, players’ tunnel, VAR-machine etc. Great experience abs would highly recommend it to everyone who is just a tiny bit interested in football.
Written July 24, 2021
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Alessandro F
Milan, Italy25,324 contributions
The largest stadium in Italy
Jan 2021 • Solo
San Siro, officially known as Stadio Giuseppe Meazza ( in memory of great footballer playing football with International Milan football club )
The first stadium with the seating capacity of 35.000 people, was built in 1926.
In 1990 the great hat putting over the old stadium brought capacity to 75.900 people
Written January 4, 2021
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Sven D
Norderstedt, Germany35 contributions
Totally unacceptable Customer Service - BE AWARE OF CANCELLATIONS
Aug 2020
We were looking forward to visit the stadium and the museum. 2 days before the tour we received a confirmation and 1 day prior the funds were charged to my credit card. So far so good...

When we arrived at the meeting point and asked at the desk if this is the right spot we learned that San Siro is closed due to COVID-19. I thought it was a joke but it was true. In the same Minute, to be precise: 5 minutes before the original starting time I received an email that the tour cannot happen.

This is - for my understanding - utmost unprofessional. ESPECIALLY as the tour is still available. One can book - and pay - a tour for tomorrow.

I’ve never experienced such desaster!!!
Written August 6, 2020
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Esteban
The Hague, The Netherlands6 contributions
San Siro the Great
Nov 2019
All the football fans know that watching your favorite team's match (AC Milan) at the stadium (SAN SIRO) is a hundred times more interesting than doing it at home or cafe.
the atmosphere was awesome with Italians.
loved it.
Forza Milan!!
Written June 23, 2020
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MartinHorkan
Boston, MA3 contributions
Monday night game, great atmosphere
Feb 2020
The Stadium was perhaps 1/2 full for a Monday evening game but it still has an amazing atmosphere. Great to see Zlatan
Written March 3, 2020
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ImAmit1983
Great Barr, UK20 contributions
Ignorant staff
Feb 2020 • Solo
Went to milan to watch a game of Inter Milan, however game got cancelled due to the virus. Went the following day to get a tour of the stadium, however told by staff that the stadium is closed. When asked questions about when it will be open again etc.. Staff walked away without answering questions.
Written March 2, 2020
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neilrenton01
Edinburgh, UK364 contributions
Iconic Football Stadium
Feb 2020 • Friends
The San Siro stadium is one of the most famous and iconic in world football. My friends and I were lucky enough to visitor it to take in the Milan derby for an experience we’ll never forget.

We weren’t on Milan for a freak deal of time and didn’t explore it so it’s hard to say how far it is from the city centre. However we got there from a taxi and j in believe there’s Metro stops that are close by.

Outside of the stadium there was various stalls selling merchandise and food. Depending on how you get your tickets remember and take your passport for ID purposes as you can’t get in without it.

You can tell the stadium is a bit dated. In many ways it reminded be of the Barcelona stadium in which it was built specifically for that time but without any consideration to the long term. It’s an unfair comparison but when you compare it to the likes of the Emerites Stadium it feels a it dated.

Also, the facilities aren’t that good. The toilets, as what seemed to be a common theme in Italy, don’t seem to be in much supply in public places. As a result there was a massive queue at half time for a tiny male toilet so much so I missed a bit of the second half.

Another thing that’s worth bearing in mind is that when you’re not in your seat there’s a chance someone will sit in it. Prepare to be prepared for standing your ground so you’re not standing in the ground!

But you’re not going to the San Siro for anything other than football and you’ll be struggling to find anywhere else in the world that can match it for atmosphere. It can hold over 70,000 fans and the passion in unrivalled, especially in a massive game like the Milan derby.

Despite the two sets of fans being rivals, it wasn’t a threatening atmosphere with both sets of fans mingling.

The noise created by the fans was unreal and you had to shout to the person next to you to be heard.

After it, there’s a constant stream of traffic from cars, pedestrians and scooters so you’ll need to keep your wits about you when you leave.

But you’ll go back safe in the content that you’ve witnessed a game of football in one of the best environments you can.
Written February 11, 2020
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