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This stadium is popular as the Duomo and La Scala, here hosts concerts and major football matches.
San Siro Stadium is also called Giuseppe Meazza. All depends on the fan of the club you are - Milan or Inter. When the stadium was renamed Giuseppe Meazza, fans of Milan continued to call it San Siro, and since then the stadium has two names.
The stadium held a major football matches as well as concerts of world stars, because it is one of the largest and most famous stadiums in the world.
Under the stands of the southern gate of the stadium is a museum where are the trophies, medals, awards major clubs - Milan and Inter.
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San Siro Stadium on the mapLocation: Piazzale Angelo Moratti
More places to visit in Milan
Museo del Novecento
Unique Museum of Modern Art, which contains masterpieces of the great artists of the past century. The museum's collection consists of works by Picasso, Matisse and others.16
A famous place for connoisseurs of alcoholic beverages, here has been invented the famous cocktail Negroni sbagliato and here you can feel the atmosphere of the past century.2
Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II
A beautiful passage in the heart of Milan, in the shape of a Latin cross, where you will find boutiques of famous Italian brands.19
Church of Santa Maria
This secret place near Piazza Duomo is an island of peace and tranquility amongst the hustle and bustling city.24
La Scala theater
The temple of opera in Milan, La Scala was reborn from its ashes after World War II and is now considered one of the best opera houses in the world.32
This castle is the house of museums, the castle, that had seen in its lifetime and the luxurious life of the aristocracy, and the woes of wars and revolutions.22
There is Navigli district in Milan, one of the most picturesque areas of the city with channels designed by Leonardo da Vinci.16
Famous Luini Panzerotti is near to the Milan Cathedral and very popular among locals.21
This is a luxurious landscaped park, spread out near the Sforza Castle, where you can have a picnic, go for a run with the locals or feed the birds at the pond.23
Milan Cathedral is a symbol of the city, a vivid example of the greatness of Gothic architecture and the place to which lead ancient streets of Milan.84
Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie
Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie is located in the west of Milan and is best known for its dining room, where there is a fresco by Leonardo da Vinci.39
This well-known throughout Italy gelateria network offers a range of delicious ice cream, prepared without additives and dyes.19