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San Siro Stadium Tour

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A colossal stadium, and home to two giants of European football, AC Milan and FC Internazionale, the San Siro Stadium is a must see in Milan. Take in the views of the 80,000 seater-stadium, walk on the hallowed turf, and experience the modern home of everything AC Milan at Casa Milan on a San Siro Stadium Tour.

Know before you book:

  • Transfers from Zani Viaggi to the San Siro Stadium, Casa Milan and back are conducted via City Sightseeing bus
  • The San Siro Stadium museum is temporarily closed
  • Lunch is only served until 14:30

Highlights:

  • Wander around the San Siro Stadium at your own pace
  • See the stands, changing rooms and playing field
  • Learn about the history of AC and Inter Milan at the stadium museum
  • Explore the museum and store at Casa Milan, the stylish headquarters of AC Milan
  • Enjoy a light lunch at Casa Milan, if you have chosen this option.

Visit the iconic San Siro Stadium, home to two of the biggest football clubs in Europe, AC Milan and Inter Milan. Enjoy a complete fan experience and a light lunch (optional) at Casa Milan!

Catch an open-top City Sightseeing bus from Milan Visitor Centre, Zani Viaggi and travel to the San Siro Stadium. Upon arrival at the stadium, you will be allowed to roam around the public areas at your own speed. Look down at the field from high up in the tiered seating, explore the press room where after-match interviews are held, and walk through the ‘tunnel of champions’ and to the field.

Enjoy access to the stadium museum, where you can view the historical football exhibits and paraphernalia, and browse for souvenirs in the stadium store. When you’re ready you’ll then get transferred to Casa Milan, the modern headquarters of AC Milan.

Casa Milan is a complete fan experience, with a museum, store and restaurant where a light lunch is an optional extra. After a few hours of football history and fandom, hop back onto the City Sightseeing bus and head back to central Milan or continue to visit the other stops on the route.

Prices 2019

San Siro stadium tours in Milan will cost between USD $32.00 and USD $67.00 depending on length of time and tour inclusions.

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Times

The San Siro stadium is open daily and tours can be scheduled for mornings and afternoons. Self guided tours take approximately 1-4 hours while a private tour will take 4-hours.

Monday – Friday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10:00am – 6:00pm

Best Time to Go

The best time to take a San Siro stadium tour is in the morning. It will be slightly less crowded which will provide a more enjoyable experience.

Self-Guided San Siro Stadium Tour

Self-guided tours are great for going at your own speed, and allow you to spend as much time as you want browsing the parts that interest you most. These tours include entrance to San Siro Stadium and select tours also include entrance to Casa Milan.

Private San Siro Stadium Tour

Book a private tour of San Siro stadium for the ultimate fan experience. Enjoy a personalized experience with your private guide. Enjoy VIP treatment as you are picked-up directly from your hotel in a private luxury tour and driven to the stadium.

San Siro Stadium Entrance Ticket

With this self-guided entrance ticket you’ll get an inside look at the famous San Siro Stadium. Visit the changing rooms, the mixed zone, and the tunnels where the players walk out. Check out the attached museum and learn the history of this football team. Go-at-your-own-pace as you travel around the different areas of the stadium.

What we liked: This basic ticket allows guests to explore the stadium at their own pace..
INCLUDES:
  • Self guided tickets and admission to San Siro Stadium and museum
  • 5% Discount at the stadium shop

EXCLUDES:
  • Hotel pick up & drop off
  • Guide

Be your own tour guide, spend as much time as you wish touring the stadium.

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Milan San Siro Stadium Entry Ticket + Sightseeing Bus Transport

This San Siro stadium experience allows you to go-at-your-own-pace. Start off by taking an open-top city sightseeing bus to the San Siro stadium. This pass is honored any time of day, so start this tour at the time that suits you best. Once at the stadium you’ll be able to walk around and explore the grounds for as long as you’d like!

What we liked: This stadium experience provides sports-fan with an up-close look at one of the biggest football stadiums in Europe.
INCLUDES:
  • Transport by open top city sightseeing bus (line C only)
  • Ticket to San Siro Stadium and museum
  • Ticket to Casa Milan and museum

EXCLUDES:
  • Hotel pick up & drop off
  • Guide

Be your own tour guide, spend as much time as you wish at both the San Siro Stadium and Casa Milan.

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Milan Football Tour: San Siro Stadium and Casa Milan with Optional Lunch

Explore the San Siro Stadium at your own pace on this self-guided tour. Learn about AC Milan and Inter Milan on a trip to this famous European stadium. Start off your day by taking a sightseeing bus between central Milan and this football attractions. This tour has the option of a light lunch, which can be enjoyed at Casa Milan’s restaurant, Cucina Milanello.

What we liked: On this tour you can explore the stadium and museum at your own pace, and a lunch option is included!
INCLUDES:
  • Transport by open top city sightseeing bus (line C only)
  • Ticket to San Siro Stadium and museum
  • Ticket to Casa Milan and museum
  • Light lunch at Casa Milan (if option selected)

EXCLUDES:
  • Hotel pick up & drop off
  • Guide

Check out the sport-shop at Casa Milan and pick up your AC Milan memorabilia!

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Private Tour: San Siro Stadium and Modern Milan Sightseeing

On this private 4-hour tour you’ll explore the world famous San Siro stadium and Casa Milan museum. Benefit from a skip-the-line entrance ticket to both attractions, and jump right into learning about this football club. This tour includes round-trip transportation to and from your hotel.

What we liked: For the ultimate sports-fan, this tour will provide you with a more personalized AC Milan football experience!
INCLUDES:
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Entrance to San Siro stadium
  • Private official tour guide for 4 hours
  • Private luxury vehicle with private driver

EXCLUDES:
  • Gratuities
  • Food and drink

This comprehensive tour covers two unmissable Milanese football attractions: San Siro Stadium and Casa Milan.

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7.7Expert Score
A colossal stadium, and home to two giants of European football, AC Milan and FC Internazionale, the San Siro Stadium is a must see in Milan. Take in the views of the 80,000 seater-stadium, walk on the hallowed turf, and experience the modern home of everything AC Milan at Casa Milan on a San Siro Stadium Tour. [wpsm_column size="one-half"]

Know before you book:

  • Transfers from Zani Viaggi to the San Siro Stadium, Casa Milan and back are conducted via City Sightseeing bus
  • The San Siro Stadium museum is temporarily closed
  • Lunch is only served until 14:30
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Highlights:

  • Wander around the San Siro Stadium at your own pace
  • See the stands, changing rooms and playing field
  • Learn about the history of AC and Inter Milan at the stadium museum
  • Explore the museum and store at Casa Milan, the stylish headquarters of AC Milan
  • Enjoy a light lunch at Casa Milan, if you have chosen this option.
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Comfort
8
Location
8
Fun
7
PROS
  • Child-friendly
CONS
  • Select tours are only self-guided
  • Not wheelchair accessible

Specification: San Siro Stadium Tour

Accessible

Not Accessible

Duration

3 hours

Excludes

Gratuities

Includes

Entrance fees

Meals & Drinks

Provided on select tours

Pickup

Provided on select tour

Suitable For

Everyone, Sports fan

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  1. Anonymous – Indonesia

    Dont go direct to the gate! When i get to the gate then its explain that i should go first to a place and meet someone. Luckily the lady on the gate allowed me to enter otherwise the whole trip would have been ruin. The place was nice, but there should be signage everywhere (i mean we want people to know that we are in SAN SIRO!). The museum also adequate, in barcelona, the have advanced display for all (include trophies, balls etc – not just shirts+names). Well it was one visit is enough for the cost, except maybe there were games i would definitely come again. The download apss seems like not much to do btw, u could just sent code via email

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  2. Anonymous

    Well what can i say that was good about this tour very dissapointing as i booked it for my husband as he is a big fan of italian football. when we arrived at the visitor centre where we had to meet up the assistant kept saying he needed to sort our ticket out of the tour when we had already printed the ticket of ourselves. The hop on hop off bus took us to casa milan museum which was great when we read up about the tour it said we would be getting a light lunch and coffee. we had no lunch and a very very small exspresso which i don’t drink and was not offered any thing else. the bus took us to inter milans museum which again was good. The stadium was such a let down as a lot of work was being done it looked like a building site. we where told that the bus would be back in a hour and a half to pick people up . We arrived back at the car park where the bus had dropped us off ten minutes before it was due to our surprise it was leaving the car park and left us there. As we are not familiar with milan we do not know our way around. Our hotel was about 8 miles from the stadium. we did not know where to get another bus from or a taxi. Lucky for us after half a hour a taxi had arrived dropping people of at the stadium and we asked if he could take us to the city centre and from there we could make our way back to our hotel. it cost us another 19 euros extra to get back the hop on hop off bus should have waited for people to go back not leave them stranded as it was all included in the price. very dissappointing one to avoid would not reccomend at all. On viator the tour is made to sound really good to get people to book really think twice before you book. No good feed back to report i’m afraid other than a waste of money.

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  3. Anonymous

    Booked this tour for my football-mad boyfriend on his 30th Birthday. Very good value for money with entry to San Siro and Casa Milan and 48 hours of travel with CitySightseeing buses. We were only in Milan for the day so did not take advantage of this. Hot and busy time of year to go. Would book ag

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  4. Anonymous

    If you are a football fan – this is a must! I must say – i am not – but my son is – he loved it!

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  5. Anonymous

    My son loved this experience. Just wish we could have seen a game.

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  6. Anonymous

    I treated my boyfriend to this tour for his Christmas present and despite not loving Football as much as he does I had a really great time. It was also a bonus to receive the 48hour Milan Hop-on Hop-off bus pass as included in this trip.

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  7. Anonymous

    Very disappointed with this tour. The museum was quite good but the tour of the stadium was a waste of time. We followed paper signs around as we wove our way through the stadium with no interaction from anyone. I’ve been through many sports grounds and museums on my travels with my husband who is a fan of any sport and I found this very boring. I wish I had stayed on the bus. He wasn’t impressed either.

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  8. Anonymous

    This tour was not as great as we had expected. The sightseeing bus departed on schedule, but it was late when we were done at Casa Milan and ready to see San Siro Stadium. The snack bar at Casa Milan was open, but the restaurant was not. So our lunch choices were quite limited. San Siro Stadium was impressive, but there was a scheduled concert the following day so we were not allowed to go onto the field like we wanted. So overall, it was a huge disappointment for me.

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  9. Anonymous

    作為AC米蘭的球迷,聖西路球場和CASA Milan當然是必到之地👍🏻,可以深深感受到AC米蘭源遠流長的足球歷史

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  10. Anonymous

    I booked this for my colleagues and they said it was a wonderful trip

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  11. Anonymous

    I’m not really into football but my dad really loves it, so he persuaded me to visit San Siro and Casa Milan with him during our trip to Italy and I think it was a good idea. The best part for me was how I got to explore the entire place by myself! Never thought I’d be able to enter a locker room where all the big names were. Wish tour guide was better – left us by ourselves for the most part and we just read/followed the signs, but it was still pretty good! Shops were amazing (and expensive!) My dad was really happy.

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  12. Anonymous

    overall a lovely experince to explor both casa milan and san siro just a quick note that the atmosphere is different without players and fans..

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  13. Anonymous

    overall a lovely experince to explor both casa milan and san siro just a quick note that the atmosphere is different without players and fans..

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  14. ROSIE – United Kingdom

    Unclear instructions, zero assistance. Disappointing. We were left without any knowledge of where or how to have our tour. We got to the Stadium on our own and managed to get in thanks to the help of the staff. You ought to liaise closer with the San Siro Stadium for people who turn up having bought tickets. Also we never got our 'surprise' gift, which was a disappointment for our son. A lot of money when I could have got the same thing at 30% of the cost at the stadium itself. Disappointing.

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  15. ROSIE – United Kingdom

    Unclear instructions, zero assistance. Disappointing. We were left without any knowledge of where or how to have our tour. We got to the Stadium on our own and managed to get in thanks to the help of the staff. You ought to liaise closer with the San Siro Stadium for people who turn up having bought tickets. Also we never got our 'surprise' gift, which was a disappointment for our son. A lot of money when I could have got the same thing at 30% of the cost at the stadium itself. Disappointing.

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  16. ROSIE – United Kingdom

    Unclear instructions, zero assistance. Disappointing. We were left without any knowledge of where or how to have our tour. We got to the Stadium on our own and managed to get in thanks to the help of the staff. You ought to liaise closer with the San Siro Stadium for people who turn up having bought tickets. Also we never got our 'surprise' gift, which was a disappointment for our son. A lot of money when I could have got the same thing at 30% of the cost at the stadium itself. Disappointing.

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  17. ROSIE – United Kingdom

    Unclear instructions, zero assistance. Disappointing. We were left without any knowledge of where or how to have our tour. We got to the Stadium on our own and managed to get in thanks to the help of the staff. You ought to liaise closer with the San Siro Stadium for people who turn up having bought tickets. Also we never got our 'surprise' gift, which was a disappointment for our son. A lot of money when I could have got the same thing at 30% of the cost at the stadium itself. Disappointing.

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  18. Daniel – United Kingdom

    Experience good – service poor The stadium is impressive, the museum less so. The tourist centre where we met was less than impressive. I wasn't aware that I had booked a sightseeing tour, I only wanted to see the San Siro. No one explained that there are 3 sight seeing routes and that only 1 went to the San Siro, so it would have been easy to get on the wrong bus. The audio tour was poor, my right ear had Portuguese, whilst my left had English!!!! If however you are a football lover then it's worth all the above, although I'd probably just head there on the metro and buy a ticket at the door, which would have been materially cheaper

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  19. Daniel – United Kingdom

    Experience good – service poor The stadium is impressive, the museum less so. The tourist centre where we met was less than impressive. I wasn't aware that I had booked a sightseeing tour, I only wanted to see the San Siro. No one explained that there are 3 sight seeing routes and that only 1 went to the San Siro, so it would have been easy to get on the wrong bus. The audio tour was poor, my right ear had Portuguese, whilst my left had English!!!! If however you are a football lover then it's worth all the above, although I'd probably just head there on the metro and buy a ticket at the door, which would have been materially cheaper

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  20. Daniel – United Kingdom

    Experience good – service poor The stadium is impressive, the museum less so. The tourist centre where we met was less than impressive. I wasn't aware that I had booked a sightseeing tour, I only wanted to see the San Siro. No one explained that there are 3 sight seeing routes and that only 1 went to the San Siro, so it would have been easy to get on the wrong bus. The audio tour was poor, my right ear had Portuguese, whilst my left had English!!!! If however you are a football lover then it's worth all the above, although I'd probably just head there on the metro and buy a ticket at the door, which would have been materially cheaper

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