How and where to buy the tickets
For most of the games at San Siro it’s always possible to buy your matchtickets at the stadium. There are two “biglietteria”, ticket-offices at the stadium where you can buy tickets to all sectors, except for the away-sector, in the stadium.
One is close to the Curva Nord, and the other one at the Curva Sud. Ticketprices in normal range from 10/12 euro up to 150 euro for the most expensive.
'It's incredibly easy to...
'It's incredibly easy to get caught up in an activity trap, in the business
of life, to work harder and harder at climbing the ladder of success only
to discover it's leaning against the wrong wall.' - Steven R. Covey
National Leonardo da Vinci...
National Leonardo da Vinci Science and Technology Museum. Via San Vittore 21, Metro stop/San Ambrogio.
tel. 02-485-551. Just a five minute walk from da Vinci's Last Supper. This is a great place to check out if your a science buff.
Latin music a go go
This is the most important latin festival of Milan.
It begin in june and end in august.
here you can find all the great names of the moment.
There are a different square for each country then you can eat and drink what do you want and where do you want. You can dress what you feel but you need just a anti-mosquitos lotion!
We arrived by plane (basiq Air) at the ariport of Bergamo. I had read here on VT that you could take the bus to Central Station of Milan. I have to say that it worked very well. After landing, we could immediately get on the bus to Milan and within 50 minutes we arrived in Milan. And a ticket only costs 6 euro's per person. Great tip from ....... sorry I forgot who wrote the tip!!