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Opera at LaScala: Have You Been?

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We have been attending performances in Verona over the past several years and will see three works again later this summer.

For a trip next year we are going to combine a start in Switzerland and a stay on Lake Como with at least one performance in Milan before going on to Verona, Venice, and Vienna.

I had no idea the opera season at LaScala is as lengthy as it appears to be.

I am wondering if anyone knows if it is better to get tickets over the internet at the LaScala website or do this over the phone.

I had trouble with this year's Verona tickets (which I usually book on the internet) and finally had to call the box office directly. That worked but takes more time and I had to haggle a bit to get the row I wanted but eventually prevailed.

Any insights into the LaScala process would be helpful and thank you.

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