Parco Sempione was the second park to be built in Milan and it extends on a 386.000sqm area close to Castello Sforzesco with its museums,…
The Arena Civica Gianni Brera, located inside Sempione Park, is a multi-purpose sports facility inaugurated in 1807, which hosts athletics competitions, rugby matches, outdoor shows and many concerts.
Parco Forlanini is located next to the boulevard of the same name in front of Linate airport. Its structure is simple and includes extended rural areas alternating with fields, paved roads, the small lake Salentina and many farmsteads.
The Giardini Pubblici Indro Montanelli cover a 172.000 m2 (1.851.393 ft2) area extending inbetween Via Palestro, Piazza Cavour, via Manin and Bastioni di Porta Venezia. They were planned by Piermarini in 1782 who perceived them as the first public recreational place of Milan.
The Trenno Park is one of the largest parks of the city and it’s situated in a rural zone near San Siro, which was cultivated until the Seventies; it’s halved by a long boulevard, it has a long cycling lane, also used for jogging, and a lot of space where people usually play cricket, baseball, softball and soccer.
Milan is the most important city of Italy for comics, so we recommend you to visit Spazio WOW, Museo del Fumetto, dell’Illustrazione e dell’Immagine Animata, which is located in viale Campania 12.
Idroscalo is an artificial lake located near Linate Airport; it’s a meeting and leisure place, as well as a multi-sports facility, organizing many international events such as: sporting activities, cultural events, shows