Beautiful old pool in a great location. Initially we were so excited to find somewhere to swim in the hot weather during our stay in Milano. We expected an entry fee of 5 euro per person as stated in a google search of the pool. The fee had since increased to 7 euros per person. As my daughter and I started to enter the pool, we were halted by a lifeguard who told us we could not swim unless we had a swimming cap. News to us since the girl at the entrance who took our money had failed to mention this. Questioning him further, I discovered that caps were available to hire at a cost of 3.90 euros each. He said if we didn't want to hire a cap we could stay in the shallow end of the pool and only on the edge. I understand the policy, what offends me is the extra cost and not being told this at the entrance. A public swimming pool is supposed to be family friendly. In effect, we paid 28 euros for our family to sit in the heat and look at a lovely pool. Not what I consider a good day out. Oh and by the way, you can use the sun beds; at an extra cost of 3 euros a day.