Due to the Covid-19 emergency circumstances the gyms will be closed from 26/10/2020 onwards.


If you’re a thrill-seeker and love the adrenaline rush from adventurous indoor sports such as skydiving, acrobatic disciplines, climbing and skateboarding, or if you just want to try your hand at something new, click here for the best specialised structures in Milan and the outskirts.

Indoor skydiving

Indoor diving takes place inside a recreational vertical wind tunnel that generates a powerful air flow to overcome the force of gravity and to enable participants to feel weightless and remain suspended in the air. It’s a super fun, stress-free and highly safe sport. You can ‘go it alone’ or fly in a group with your friends. If you want to try it out here are two gyms in Milan:


Via Bruno Buozzi 59

20097 - San Donato



Via G. D’Annunzio 23

20016 -  Pero


Acrobatic disciplines

Milan can proudly boast the largest and most innovative sports centre in Italy dedicated to acrobatic disciplines and more extreme sports such as freestyle and parkour.

The 4,000 m2 structure provides ample large spaces dedicated to anyone who wants to try out these disciplines. For all info:

Via Carlo Valvassori Peroni 48



There aren’t any hills or mountains to climb in the city but this doesn’t mean that you can’t do a climbing workout! There’s a wide choice of climbing gyms in and around Milan:


Via Gramsci 29



Via Livraghi Giovanni, 25



Via Amerigo Vespucci 12

(ingresso Via Melchiorre Gioia)


Interno Shopping District

Piazza Tre Torri


Via Luchino del Maino 7


Via Enrico Fermi, 30

Gessate (MI)


Via degli Imbriani, 17




This unique indoor skatepark is a mecca for all skateboard enthusiasts in Milan and also provides some of the most varied and well-equipped facilities in Italy, as well as ranking as one of the largest indoor skateparks in Europe: over 2000 m2 of amenities. For further information:


Pinbowl DIY - Indoor Skatepark

Via Enrico Fermi, 20016 Pero MI


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