Sports fanatics can find many ways to indulge their passion as there are many things to do in Milan for sports lovers. Whatever sport you enjoy, you do not need to take a break from it just because you are away from home. Instead, find out how to include it in your holiday.
Visit San Siro Stadium
Football lovers who come to Milan are in for a real treat. San Siro Stadium is one of the world’s great football stadiums, the largest in Italy and one of the largest in Europe. It is home to two great European football clubs – A.C. Milan and InterMilan. While attending a match is an unforgettable experience, it is also worth going on a non-match day to participate in a stadium tour and visit the museum. Holders of a MilanoCard can visit the museum at a discount and get a discount in the shop.
Attend sporting events
Milan has several other sporting venues including the San Siro racecourse and Gianni Brera Civic Arena, an arena that has hosted events since the Napoleonic era. The awards ceremony of UEFA Champions League 2016 will take place in Piazza Duomo, come on the Highline Galleria to view the award cermony from the gallery terraces. Also you can watch the match on Highline Galleria, there will be a maxivideo and we’ll give you a pepsi and chips.
Check out Milan’s parks
Several of Milan’s parks have sporting facilities or are places to enjoy a quiet evening jog. Sempione Park even includes jogging tracks.
Swimming and fitness
You may be lucky enough to have swimming and fitness facilities at your hotel. For example Hotel Mirage includes a fitness suite and can be visited at a 15% discount with your City Card.Novotel Nord Ca Granda has a swimming pool and fitness centre. This is one of the hotels available in the MilanoCard’s fixed price weekend deals.
Hire a bike
Bikes can be hired from many places in Milan. If you have a City pass, click here to find out more about a 10% discount available. Cycling is fun for all the family and a great way to explore the city.