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Performers at San Siro
Stadio San Siro TicketsLocated in Milan, Italy, the Stadio San Siro, also known as the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium, is home to the top-ranking AC Milan football team as well as its rival, the Inter Milan team. As one of the largest stadiums in Europe, it is the largest of its kind in Italy. Originally designed by Stacchini architects, it has a distinctive look and now holds over 85,000 seats; it opened in 1926 and has been redeveloped by architects Ragazzi, Hoffer and Finzi. The Stadio San Siro also houses the Milan and Inter museum and offers tours. Games that have been played here include games against Torino, Florentina, Lazio, Bologna and others. Matches are part of the top Serie A division, and Milan is known to be one of the best football teams in Italy. World Cup games and Champions League games have been held here. Find Milano's Stadio San Siro tickets at StubHub.
Can I reach Stadio San Siro events by public transportation?Yes, the purple M5 metro line can take you to the stadium. San Siro Ippodromo and San Siro Stadio stops are both a short walk from the venue. A change of trains may be required at Lotto (red M1 line) or Garibaldi station (green M2 line). It should take approximately 20 minutes to get from Piazza Duomo to the stadium. Additionally, tram 16 goes to the stadium; San Siro is at the end of the line.
How do I drive to Stadio San Siro events?If arriving by car from the direction of the cities of Turin (A4), Genova (A7), or Bologna (Autostrada del Sole), drive to the western ring road (Tangenziale Ovest) and take exit 3 to the Via Novara. Signs will direct you to the stadium. The stadium is approximately three miles (five kilometres) from the city centre of Milan. The Harar car park, by Via Tesio, is where you will receive free parking with Stadio San Siro tickets.
Is there Stadio San Siro seating that is accessible?Yes, there are 218 Stadio San Siro seats that are free of charge for disabled fans with 100% invalidity. (An accreditation procedure is available for free access.) You will be granted access, without a reservation, only if there is still Stadio San Siro seating available. Other Stadio San Siro seating is within the bowl shape of the stadium. These sections are the Green Stand, Arancio Stand, Blu Stand and the Rosso Stand.
Where can I eat and drink during Stadio San Siro events?There are pubs and bars near the stadium, but some may welcome Milan AC and some may favour Inter Milan. The Old Tenconi Pub on Via Federico Tesio is near the stadium. There are places inside the stadium to grab a bite.
What else can I do in Milan?Visiting Stadio San Siro might include the Gothic Duomo di Milano cathedral or a view of Leonardo da Vinci's mural, The Last Supper, at Santa Maria delle Grazie convent.
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