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La Scala is a famous opera house in Milan, Italy. The theatre was inaugurated on 3 August 1778 and was originally known as the Nuovo Regio Ducale Teatro alla Scala. The premiere performance was Antonio Salieri’s Europa riconosciuta

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4.7
22,360 reviews
  • Gadi Yekutiel
    Gadi Yekutiel
    2 months ago

    Wow!! What a theater. I'm not a fan of operas, but if I wanted to see one, this is the place I want to see it in. Everything looks and feels majestic, and you can understand how this place became such a renowned opera house. The museum was very nice, and very informative. We didn't get a guided tour, and I don't think you need to. They have touch screens on almost every piece of art, that explains what it is. The price is totally worth it.

  • Aisling Siobhan
    Aisling Siobhan
    4 months ago

    Very interesting and beautiful. Friendly staff. When we went there was an interview going on so we had to wait 30 minutes before viewing the actual theatre stage area, but it was worth it.

  • John Demetriou
    John Demetriou
    5 months ago

    Outside it looks like a nice old building but it is deceiving. Inside it is marvelous and majestic. If you do not have the chance to view a performance (or it happens to be too expensive as they usually are) you can still view it as a museum and receive a tour.

  • Mariah McLaughlin
    Mariah McLaughlin
    a month ago

    We loved walking through the museum and seeing all the history of the opera house. The portraits, costumes, jewelry, instruments. So fun! We also loved walking into the theater and theater boxes to see the view! Such a cool experience!

  • Khalil Jessani
    Khalil Jessani
    3 months ago

    I love the quality of the performance, a lot of work put in, incredible outcomes. The reason for 4 star is the gallery front row leg room for someone like me being 6foot tall is impossible to sit without taking up the width if 1.5 seats. I also suggest you rather take the 10 euro seats at the back room and stand to see than take the gallery front row and be uncomfortable. Buy the tickets there around 2 hours before the show if you're not fussed about the seats too much, it is much cheaper than online. Small screens translate operas at each seat but I realised too late. Worth the experience.

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