Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro), Milan

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Pay tribute to two of Italy's most recognized soccer teams at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro). Constructed in 1925, the stadium holds more than 80,000 spectators and is home to both the A.C. Milan and F.C. Internazionale Milano teams. Take a guided tour for a behind-the-scenes look at the facility, or experience the passion of Milan fans by attending a match. The stadium's museum shows the history and evolution of the two Milan teams. Game tickets tend to sell out quickly, so buy them in advance. Plan to visit Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro) during your Milan vacation using our convenient Milan travel itinerary planner .
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  • Prices looked up online However, it was not quite clear. The one said 18euro the other 59 euros. On good luck we drove there and at the checkout the price turned out to be 18 euros per person for the museum and the stadium. The museum is small but gives just enough information about the history of the stadium. The stadium itself has access to the press room and both changing rooms. After the locker rooms you enter the grass where you can take a seat on the VIP seats, but also a piece on the normal seats. Then you go towards exit. We have been there about 45 min inside. At the exit you still go towards the store, but this does not have to.
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  • Also called San Siro stadium. Well, while you're seeing a good game. Come on Milan. And have a good visit. It's the story of Milan.
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  • Great Football temple. Yes, it needs refurbishment but once you go to a match (especially a big one) the atmosphere is great and you forget about that. The stadium itself is huge and can be reached quite easily by metro . Outside of the stadium there are a lot of Italian (fast)food trucks. Definitely worth to visit this stadium for a match even if you are not a great football fan.
  • Amazing building it is very close to the metro station (about 5 min walk) if you want to visit inside you pay 18 euros for the guided tour, which I highly recommend, it takes about 40 min. Starting on the museum and going through some interesting places inside the stadium
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