Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Milan Football San Siro Stadium Tour. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
My son truly had the best time of his life - it is a tour he will never forget
The tour was what I expected, but maybe it could be longer with more ineresting informations. I heard a lot of news, but my boyfriend-the footboler-said me, that it's everything clear and it's nothing new for him.... One more thing- it could be provided transportation back to the centre. Thank you for the oportunity for us to see San Siro Stadium. Jana C
If you are a soccer fan, you must do this tour. The tour guide at San Siro was so informative and took us to the change rooms, we could take so many photos. The museum was so good especially being a Milan fan. The prices in the San Siro shop were very reasonable.
my son and husband enjoyed the tour, the guide was informative, the big disappointment was the size of the shop - it was tiny and there was not a lot of choice, nothing like in the UK.
Excellent trip. The only disappointment was the fact we were told to be at stop by 10.30, which we all were except for one family and we had to wait 15 minutes for them. Having said that, we were given the time back at the tour.
A good and informative tour.
If you are a football fan then this is a tour you should do. Transport to and from San Siro was comfortable. The actual stadium is a sight to marvel at. However compared to some other stadium tours I have experienced this one was average. But still enjoyed it thoroughly.
As a football fan this is a "must do". The bus and tour operator are first class, but I was disappointed with the stadium tour itself. Very basic and not what I expected. Looks better on the outside and the shop doesn't have much stock!
Tour was enjoyable and the tour guide knowledgeable but the condition of the seating areas around the pitch was disappointing..
It was ok if you like visiting football stadiums. Although after having done other stadium tours around Europe, this wasn't quite as good. The tour was quite basic and there were a lot of areas of the stadium that we weren't shown. It's usually a highlight to be able to go through the tunnell on to the side of the pitch, which wasn't done here. The guide, although reasonably nice and spoke good English seemed as though she couldn't wait to get the tour over with, it was very rushed. The tour, visit to the museum and browse around the shop took about 45 mins - we'd usually expect to be touring a football stadium/museum/shop for at least a couple of hours.
We were very very disappointed with the tour. We were particularly looking forward to standing on the pitch and walking down the tunnel, sitting in the dug-out etc. As soon as we arrived a man with an accent that was very hard to understand told us we couldn't go on the pitch that day because they were maintaining the pitch. Imagine then our disgust when we got to the terraces and saw that the pitch was covered in equipment for a pop concert with music blaring out. All we saw were the two changing rooms and then stood on the lower terrace. We were not allowed higher up because of safety concerns. What a waste a money. We paid 25 euros each x 4 for this trip. We then went into the San Siro shop and bought two little footballs for our grandchildren. When we got home we tried to blow them up only to find that the valves were not working and therefore would not blow up. Another waste of 20 euros. All in all a waste of money.