San Siro

Another district that is famous for its exhibitions and Trade Fairs is Amendola-Fiera; this is a residential area as well, with many tree-lined streets and tall palazzi, most of these palazzi were constructed after 1930, and so they are still in good condition. Vittoria is also a popular residential area that has a working/middle-class feel; Viale Lazio (one of the streets in this area) is predominantly made up of residential, leafy avenues; Corso Lodi reverberates with the hum of commercial activity; Viale Umbria is residential and Corso XXII Marzo is filled with shops. Some fashion houses have their headquarters in Vittoria, between Viale Umbri and Corso Lodi. Further east, between Forlanini's verdant park and Taliedo, (heading towards Linate Airport) is the Idroscalo, a large dock filled with water where you can swim, sunbathe, and sail. There is still some industrial activity further east on Viale Mugello and towards Viale Molise (the large complex of Macello Comunale) and further out, beyond the station of Porta Vittoria, is the famous wholesale market, Mercato Ortofrutticolo. San Siro is famous for its Stadio San Siro football ground. This area sums up Milan as it combines a love for music, media, glamor and football!


Dee' Dee's Diner
Stadio Giuseppe Meazza
Palavobis Music Village


Museo dello Stadio Meazza
Museo di Arte Estremo Orientale e di Etnografia
Ippodromo del Galoppo
Ippodromo del Trotter
Certosa di Santa Maria di Garegnano


Barchetta (La)
Cascina Corba
Franca, Paola e Lele
Luogo di Aimo e Nadia (Il)
Osteria di Mamma Angela
Picanha's Churrascaria
Ai tre pini


Grand Hotel Brun

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