The Centro Balneare Scarioni resort was built in 1957. It was named in honor of the journalist Franco Scarioni (air force captain whose plane was shot down in 1918, during WW1). The facility worked continuously until 1990 and later was closed for renovation. It reopened in 2003 after a major reconstruction. The Scarioni resort covers over 28,500 square meters. The complex has three swimming pools, spa, solarium, and a bar.
Piscina Romano - outdoor swimming pool, the best solution on a hot summer day in Milan. Swimming pool, La Giulio Romano, was built in 1929 by an architect Luigi Secchi. It is a unique architectural monument. The rectangular 4,000 sq.m. swimming pool, with a maximum capacity of 2,000 people, is located in a small park in the area of Città Studi (Piola stop).
Centro Sportivo Saini - the largest municipal sport facility in the city that covers an area of over 160 thousand sq. m.. The sports complex is located in the large park, Forlanini. On-site, there is a pool and other sections such as athletics, tennis, football, rugby, baseball, etc.. At the end of the school year the children age 5 to 14 enroll in the summer camp and take part in sport competitions.
Piscina Argelati - outdoor swimming pool in an open air is the best solution on a hot summer day in Milan. The complex was built in the Navigli district in 1962. It's the first outdoor swimming pool ever built in Milan. Pools are located on two different levels among trees, flowers, and lawns. The maximum number of visitors is 800 people. There are on-site bars, lounges, and a large sun deck (500 sq.