Didnt catch a show but was a nice building, cafe prices quite high youre better off enjoying a nicer restaurant around the area
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Have you notice that all of the opera houses in the world are almost the same, their facade, with lots of beautiful and colorful flags and huge architectural designs, well it depicts their own progress and significance to each other, to employ and share the...More
conduct the following experiment: take a little chair with a very upright back and little depth and position it in front of a wall with a space of 46 cm between the wall and the back rest. Then you have the real dimensions of the...More
To book tickets, you can either use the website or phone. The problem with the website is that it doesn't allow you to choose where you want to sit, and whichever price category I tried, I was placed in the front stalls, which is no...More
This jewel-like opera is a delight to enjoy, and the productions are usually of very high quality. The staff is indifferent to you, the shows are few and tickets not too easy to get, but if you do get them, it is a pleasure.
Went to see Puccini's Tosca (my reason for going to Strasbourg that particular weekend). Great performance, lovely building.
The bulding is amazing! If you are interested in Architecture do not miss it! When we entered ai asked a women (around 50 years old) wether we can see the inside of the building or wether there is a performance or concert that night so...More
You can enjoy the past of the time without taking the beauty of the monuments. The music is an important art in France and in the Opera du Rhin you can listen amazing pieces
Great that even Strasbourg has its restaured Opera building, but some more Opera and concerts would be great too.