Enjoy opera in its finest glory when you visit the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy. The current edifice, built in 1776 by Pietro Marliani, Pietro Nosetti and Antonio and Giuseppe Fe, is the home of the famous La Scala di Milano opera company, but you can also view a ballet at the La Scala Theatre Ballet. You can watch performances of Tosca or Der Ring by outstanding tenors and sopranos renowned throughout Italy for their talents. Take advantage of using the modern electronic monitors that enable you to read libretti in English and Italian.
You are to take subway line 1 and alight at either Duomo or Cordusio Station, or to take subway line 3 and alight at either Duomo or Montenapoleone Station.
1.Only children above six years of age are allowed to enter and watch the performances.2.Photo taking is not allowed within its premises, and the service staff will stop you if they see you doing it. 3.Both the theater and the museum have free baggage deposit services and it is compulsory that ‘hard’ objects like umbrellas, bags and cameras have to be deposited there.