"San Siro is a Milanese district, well connected with the city centre thanks to M5 metro station. The neighbourhood has many commercial spots and green areas. The local park Giardino Luigi Marangoni is ideal to enjoy a summer day with friends. The neighbourhood is close to Politecnico di Milano - Campus Bovisa / La Masa and Bicocca university.This is a very well-connected area with many transportation links. San Siro is where the Ippodromo del Galoppo is located. Here horse competitions are held, making it a central point in the city. But the most notorious building in the area is the San Siro stadium, home of A.C. Milan and Inter Milan. If you are coming here, watching a game is mandatory. Near San Siro area you will find Monte Stella park, also known as Montagnetta di San Siro, one of the main park in the neighbourhood."
Local families and students from Bicocca and Politecnico - Campus Bovisa/La Masa university.
San Siro stadium.
With the beautiful Ippodromo del Galoppo building.
Located away from the centre, the area has a life of its own, becoming very crowded on match days.
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