I was enjoying turandot there Nice building Not particularly expensive tickets Good sound quality All what you can expect from an opera house, in a magnificent spot
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Don Giovanni had its first performance in 1787 in this opera house, with Mozart himself conducting his opera. Although the staging was a bit unusual, the music and vocalists were wonderful. It was essentially a sold-out house when I attended. The opera house itself is...More
This is a beautiful opera house and one could picture Mozart there conducting the Marraige of Figaro -- which is what I saw. Unfortunately, the staff were either very courteous or downright surly. One usher did not smile at anyone that I could see the...More
Second time in opera in Prague. This time Mozarts easy going Le Nozze de Figaro. Bought tickets just a day before and got the price of 12 eur / ticket which is just amazing price for any opera. Charming and smallish venue, we loved the...More
Just finished watching I ballet production of the snow queen. Highly recommended. Beautiful production right costumes and excellent music. The opera house itself is exquisite. The upper floors are less recommended because you cannot see the entire stage. Well worth a visit.
We didn't get chance to go inside but if it's anything like the outside it will be stunning. It's easily reached by either tram or walking and is very close to the Jewish quarter. The state Opera house looks stunning during the day but at...More
It's definitely the most beautiful opera house I have ever seen yet I'm not a big fan of them. The interior is elegant and massive with lots of pink and gold with and an intimate setting. I strongly recommended you to make an advanced booking...More
We didn't go inside but the building from the outside is huge and has a very nice entrance. It's worthwhile to pass by to take a picture. This site is near other historical places of tourist interest so it's not a waste of time.
I only saw it from outside on our way to the Jewish area. Handsome building, great piece of architecture. It's located next to the river/bridge as well, you can make you way to the castle side from here.
We went to see Don Giovanni on opening night at Estates Theater and it was fabulous. We followed the earlier advice and did not skimp on tickets and opted for two box seats as it was for an anniversary - and they were worth every...More