San Siro

The “San Siro” football stadium is the home of both A.C. Milan and F.C. Internazionale Milano. In 1980 the stadium was named in honour of Giuseppe Meazza, the two-times World Cup winner (1934, 1938) who played for FC Inter, and briefly for AC Milan. It is the largest stadium in Italy and the third in Europe with a capacity of 80.000 people. Other than football matches, the San Siro has been hosting so many music concerts. Today, the “La Scala of football” always offers a different show, with championship matches and international football. If you are a football lover and you cannot resist the temptation … just wear your team shirt and go get a pic with your furry friend outside the stadium (and don’t forget to post it on our Facebook page). Unfortunately your pooches are not allowed to enter “la Scala del Calcio” and are not admitted at San Siro Museum, but If you want to watch a match, just CLICK HERE and book your personal dog sitter.

Address: Via dei Piccolomini 5 – map
Phone: (+39) 02/48713713

Metro M1 Lotto (red line) then proceed on foot along Viale Caprilli.
Tram n. 16 from Piazza Fontana (Duomo) to San Siro to the terminus in Via Dessiè.
Bus n. 49 from Piazza Tirana (FS San Cristoforo Station) to Piazza Loreto, Piazza Axum stop; number 78 from Via Govone to Via Lorenteggio, Via Tesio stop.
For a football match, a concert or for a guided tour. Please do consider that for “safety reason” dogs are not allowed to the stadium but if you are a football fan, then a walk outside and a selfie with your dog is a must.
If you love jogging with your dog, then this is a nice area. Don’t miss the chance of running at Parco Trenno and Parco delle Cave.





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