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La Scala

Teatro la Scala

Hugely reputed opera house built in 1778 which is a star attraction of Milan's artistic scene. Book tickets ahead to see a performance here.

Via Filodrammatici 2, 20121 Milano, Italy

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Opening Hours

Theater:
Central box office (in the Galleria del Sagrato, Piazza del Duomo):
Mon - Sun: noon - 6 p.m.

Evening box office (in the theatre’s main entrance at 2 Via Filodrammatici):
opens 2 hours and thirty minutes before performance & 1 hour before Filarmonica concert performances.

Admission

Theater performance: ticket prices range from €5 to over €187 + booking fee, depending on the type of performance.

Any remaining last-minute tickets can be purchased from the evening box office.

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