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Arena Civica

Viale Giorgio Byron, 2, 20154 Milano MI, Italy

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About Arena Civica

The Gianni Brera civic arena, even just Arena, is a multipurpose sports facility in Milan. Inaugurated in 1807 as an amphitheater, in 1870 it became the Arena Civica after passing to the Milanese municipality. In 2002 the Arena was dedicated to the memory of Gianni Brera, journalist, and writer, who died ten years earlier. Today it mainly hosts football and rugby union games, concerts, and cultural events. The stadium can hold 18,000–30,000 spectators.



Attractions near Arena Civica

Acquario Civico di Milano0.24km from Arena Civica

The Civic Aquarium of Milan is one of the largest and oldest of its kind in Italy which was established in 1906.  it hosts 36 pools filled with more than 100 species of fish, living in recreated environments ranging from Lombardy to Italy, to the Amazon.  It also includes also a public library, with one of the most prestigious collections of marine biology publications in Italy.

Sempione Park0.38km from Arena Civica

The Parco Sempione is a green area of the city of Milan. Built at the end of the nineteenth century on the area already occupied by the parade ground, it occupies an area of386 000  m², fully fenced with video surveillance.  The name derives from Corso Sempione, the monumental road axis built in the Napoleonic age on the route of the historic Via del Seprio, with the new Sempione gate heir to the ancient Giovia gate.

Arco della Pace0.46km from Arena Civica

“Arch of Peace”, is a triumphant arch located at Porta Sempione, one of Milan's many city gates. This 25m-high triumphal arch was situated at the northwestern edge of Parco Sempione. On the top of the Arch stands a statuary group in bronze depicting the “Chariot of Peace” flanked by the four “Victorias on Horseback”, while the facade shows the embodiments of the rivers Po, Ticino, Adda and Tagliamento.

Branca Tower0.49km from Arena Civica

The Branca Tower, originally Torre Littoria, is a steel construction built-in 1933 on a project by the architect Giò Ponti and located inside the Sempione Park in Milan. With its 108.60 meters high, it is the tenth highest accessible structure in the city after the Unicredit Tower. The top of the tower is a panoramic point whose view, on a clear day, may encompass the Milan cityline as well as the Alps, the Apennines, and part of the Po Valley.

Triennale di Milano0.51km from Arena Civica

The Milan Triennale, housed in the Palazzo dell'Arte, is an international cultural institution that produces exhibitions, conferences, and events on art, design, architecture, fashion, cinema, communication, and society. It organizes exhibitions of great visibility and attention such as those dedicated to contemporary art, to architects and designers of national and international fame, to the great stylists who have changed taste and customs, to social issues.

Sforzesco Castle0.55km from Arena Civica

Sforzesco Castle was originally a fortress of the Visconti family, later became home to the mighty Sforza dynasty that ruled Milan Renaissance. Now it is a beautiful monument sheltering several specialized museums and traces of the city’s past. An oasis of art and culture. Its collections include those of the Museum of Antique Art, of the Museum of Musical Instruments, and of the Picture Gallery.

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About 10 million people, forming one-sixth of Italy's population, live in Lombardy and about a fifth of Italy's GDP is produced in the region, making it the most populous and richest region in the country and one of the richest regions in Europe.