I wish to take a tour in english of the teatro colon with five other family members. I get conflicting information from the teatro colon web site in spanish versus email response in english and a phone call in spanish. Hard to know what really to believe: in the spanish phone it seems there are tours even in english that start at 9AM, 'no problem' with getting tickets immediately-come 15min before. English email-tours begin at 10AM for english language tour-also must pruchase at teatre not online. The Spanish web site suggests most 9AM tours are agotado, reservations and prchase seems to be able to be done 10 days or so in advance, but english language tours in morning not plenitiful (my sense). Where does reality lie?
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