Piscina Cozzi

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Updated April 14, 2020.

Facility Overview

Facility Name
Piscina Cozzi
Viale Tunisia, 35, 2nd Zone
Milan, Lombardy 20124
(02) 6599703

Adult Admission Price & Policy

€7.00. [September, 2017]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
33-1/3m x 20m, 2m - 4.5m depth, indoors, 79ºF (26ºC)
Two 1m and two 3m boards; 3m, 5m, and 10m platforms


45.478973, 9.201313

Teams That Use This Facility

We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.

Facility Notes

Built in 1934, this pool was once the largest indoor pool in Europe.
There is also a 20m x 10m, 0.5m - 1.3m depth, indoor pool at this location.
Swim caps are required.
Bring a €1.00 coin for the small lockers at the front for your wallet, keys, and phone; the coin is refunded.

Facility Reviews

The pool has wide, long lanes, but no separation by speed. No place to stand; the water is about 18" (½m) below the rim with only handholds at the end of each lane. Afterwards, rinse, but don't remove your suit, (it's prohibited except in the changing booth.)
I never saw so many people in one lane, CHAOS…
When I went, the swimmers were pretty good in my lane; and it's recently been refurbished. A very positive experience.
The facility has extensive hours, so it is a safer bet that, when you go, it will be open. I went at 7:30 PM, and it was pretty crowded. They now have the lanes marked for speed, which helps, but there are plenty of clueless swimmers who are not in the correct lane. The water seemed about 79º/80ºF (26º/27ºC). If you go expecting lots of interruptions and choppy water, you will not be so disappointed. In this situation, the 33 meters helps get it done.
[April, 2014]
Rating: 6 on a scale of 10. This is a very busy pool. Thirteen swimmers in each of five lanes for hours. Quite a lot of slow swimming and avoiding other people - and the water does get choppy. Bring your own lock for the lockers.
[May, 2014]
This is an excellent pool with very "involved" lifeguards who forbid the use of fins, except in a pool so shallow they can't be used there; other swim aids are OK. The lifeguards spend much time in alcoves using cell phones, but are less unfriendly than lifeguards at many Italian pools. Lockers are provided; bring your own lock. No mandatory EKG signage in evidence. Long open hours. Convenient public transport.
[September, 2017]