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4.2 km from the centre
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Elevator
  • Balcony
  • Tv
  • Washing machine
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4.3 km from the centre
  • Internet
  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
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  • Garden
  • Tv
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Apartments Close to the San Siro Stadium: Premiere League Accommodation

Along with fashion and design, football is one of the greatest passions of the people from Milan. As such, it is not surprising that the San Siro Stadium is known as the “football temple” by A.C. Milan and Inter de Milan fans. The stadium is located 6 kilometers from the center of Milan. Some of the most important Italian sporting and musical events have taken place inside.

apartments near San Siro Stadium in Milan

The public stadium is city-owned and shared by two rivals, Inter de Milan and A.C. Milan. Each time they face each other, the city flocks to the stadium, it is truly a unique spectacle to behold fans of both teams cheering on their players.

It all started in 1920 when the then president of the Associaziones Calcio Milán, Piero Pirelli, proposed building a large stadium in the San Siro district to accommodate A.C. Milan and FC. Internazionale. San Siro was a sparsely populated district with cheap land, which meant that the project was feasible. Today it is a residential district with modern buildings, many green areas and is located on the outskirts of the center of Milan.

Construction began in 1925 and the stadium was inaugurated in September 1926 with a match between the city’s two clubs. Since then, it has been remodeled, expanded and undergone technical adjustments several times. It can currently hold 81,277 spectators. It is located next to the Hippodrome and other sports facilities. The exterior features a large esplanade and an ultramodern structure with helical access ramps, striking cylindrical towers and the roof with its state-of-the-art design to perfectly cover all of the seats.

A.C. Milan emerged in early-1900s from an exclusive club called Cricket & Football Club, which had forbidden foreigners from entering. In 1908 its counterpart, Foot-Ball Club Internazionale, was born, with forty dissident partners from A.C. Milan. From this moment on the city was divided and the greatest thrill of the year is when both clubs play the Milan derby, popularly known as the Derby della Madonnina.

The name of the stadium changed to Giuseppe Meazza in 1980 to honor the outstanding Inter de Milan football player. The A.C. Milan fans continue to call it San Siro.

Italy was one of the first sporting fields to be transformed into a public space when they erected the museum, where enthusiasts of this sport and visitors in general can take a guided tour. This includes the areas prohibited to the public during the football games, such as the locker rooms and other rooms where you can see collections of the different jerseys throughout the years as well as trophies won by both teams. Finally, you can visit the store and buy souvenirs.

San Siro is also known for its concerts. Some of the highlights include Bob Marley in 1980, Bob Dylan in 1984, Michael Jackson in 1997 and big bands such as the Rolling Stones. Laura Pausini was the first woman to appear in San Siro, later followed by Madonna, Rihanna and Beyoncé.

Accommodation close to the San Siro Stadium

Not only do you have to like A.C. Milan or Inter to experience the thrill of sitting in the stands of the San Siro Stadium; the excitement of the crowds alone in this sporting palace is a fascinating. Around the San Siro Stadium there is a variety of accommodations to suit all tastes and budgets. If you enjoy the comforts of hotels, there are a wide variety of large and luxurious hotels, though the prices are a little expensive. There are also many more modest hotels in the area that are obviously less expensive. Take a good look at what’s to offer. Tourist rental apartments are one of the best alternatives to hotels. We have all kinds of apartments that also vary depending on their cost. The luxury apartments are somewhat more expensive, but nothing compared to the prices of the big hotels and have all the amenities you can find in these hotels. Another advantage to renting an apartment around the San Siro Stadium is that you can have the whole family under one roof. Studios are ideal for those who live freely; they have Wi-Fi and are well equipped. For the younger crowd with a smaller budget there is also the possibility of renting a room in a hostel. This is also an excellent way to interact with locals in the area.

What to do close to the San Siro Stadium

Our apartments in San Siro are in the surrounding area of the stadium. So, if you are going to go see a football match, don’t forget to rent in advance.

How to Arrive to the San Siro Stadium

The International Milan-Malpensa airport is located 40 kilometers from the center of Milan. The stadium is 6 kilometers from the center of Milan and can be reached by Line 1 of the metro, you have to get off at the stop called “Lotto”. You can also arrive by bus on the 49 line. Finally, it is reachable by line 16 of the tram.