Next stop if you are planning a trip to Milan, is the Piazza della Scala, or the famous La Scala in Milan. He has hosted the biggest performances internationally and has been performed by the biggest tenors and sopranos in the world. The Opera House has given the city the nickname Metropolis of Arts. In the reception area there are various busts of very important people of the subject, such as Toscanini, who have written their own history in opera. There is a museum and a free tour of the performance hall, while if you want to attend a performance we would advise you to book your tickets well in advance. Probably the most impressive opera in the world. The geometric placement of the galleries in relation to the chairs and the harmonization of gold with red will make you feel beautiful and refreshing. It has a capacity of 2015 people and is said to have the best acoustics internationally. It was inaugurated in 1778 with a work by Salieri. It was named after Saint Maria della Scala. This is where the biggest premieres in the works of Verdi, Belini and Puccini have taken place.