Really enjoyed our visit to the opera house No doubt arriving for a night at the opera is a big part the experience here and I am sorry I will not get a chance to experience that. Just doing a tour of the building was...More
About Palais Garnier - Opera National de Paris
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This is definitely a must see while you're here. You will likely be enveloped by all the museums and incredible architecture that you find in the city but very few can offer it all in one building like this one. Designed by Garnier for Napoleon...More
You are bound to visit it, even though you don't have tickets for a show. The architecture is so attractive, so very Paris...
I have took the guided tour (for 15.5 euros) in the Opera House, and it took me forever to get the amusement out of my head. The place is very rich and well designed. I can not describe in words so you have to take...More
One of the most beautiful places I saw in Paris. It exceeded my expectations. I was not disappointed that I went in to visit. You could get lost and spend the entire day there.
We took the guided tour and it was informative and fun. Beautiful opera house in the grandest of styles. If you've seen the movies or musical stage show about the Phantom then this one is for you. Many fun facts and locations pointed out and...More
The Opera Garnier is an iconic site most of us would have seen going to Galeries Lafayette but not many know how beautiful is inside. We got the opportunity to visit is with a guide and it has been a wonderful experience. The place is...More
This is a splendid venue for musical performance. Not too large or too modern, properly ornate to inspire awe, ample public spaces, elevators, adequate food and drinks. It's possible to forgive them for the crowds of gawkers on the steps outside, and for the crazy...More
Stunning, breathtaking, historical, magical,........................This Opera House was a gem of the day and such a treasured piece of history. Rich, middle class or poor, all were welcome here in the day. Interesting to see how different things were for the wealthy - different entrance, different...More