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Slovak National Theatre

Pribinova 17, Bratislava 811 09, Slovakia
+421 2/204 721 11
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Pribinova 17, Bratislava 811 09, Slovakia
+421 2/204 721 11
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Reviewed 13 July 2017

We admired the building of the Slovak national theatre from outside Hviezdoslavovo square. It is one of the great eye catchers in the old city of Bratislava.

Thank ludovicvn
Reviewed 23 April 2017

Magnificent place to ,enjoy for opera lovers. A remarkable history , in which giants of music like Mozart,Haydn,Beethoven,Hummel ,acted here. A sumptuous foyer,a splendid baroc decorated interior,a grande scene and a high quality of orchestra and artists, make an unforgettable moment of high quality of...More

Thank niki i
Reviewed 12 April 2017

We booked tickets to see Swan Lake here while we were in the city. It's a bit out of centre, but a superb theatre. Comfortable seating, good legroom and excellent viewing. The show was superb. We were in the vicinity the following day, plenty in...More

Thank NavinJohnsonsDog
Reviewed 16 February 2017 via mobile

The Slovak National Theatre is an absolutely wonderful building that is a landmark piece of architecture located in Bratislava's most famous square name Hviezdoslavovo Namesti. A beautiful facade,the beauty of the building is apparent especially when illuminated at night. With opera,ballet and drama performances it's...More

Thank Neil K
Reviewed 28 January 2017 via mobile

Tickets to opera are reasonable and can be bought online in advance. Nice local experience. Gown and tux not required. Business casual suffices and is what most locals do

Thank KS_Dub
Reviewed 23 January 2017

I was here so many times and I will be back with a big smile on my face... Very nice really, funny and Luxury

Thank Dominik E
Reviewed 12 December 2016

We visited this modern opera house near the river Danube and a busy shopping centre Eurovea, near the town centre, to see the opera La Traviata by Verdi. The building itself is amazing, in the front a fountain and plenty pictures and costumes inside. There...More

2  Thank Eva T
Reviewed 27 November 2016 via mobile

We saw this at the historic building but it will be shown in the new theatre from now on. The performance was delightful. The corps de ballet were perfectly sychronised and technically excellent. Rudenko was fabulous as Giselle. Myrtha, played by Najdena, magnificient. The second...More

1  Thank 4ought
Reviewed 27 November 2016

We saw the premiere of Giselle yesterday at the Historic National Theatre. It was absolutely brilliant. Wonderful corps de ballet and performances by Maria Rudenko as Gisele and S. Najdena as Myrtha. As good as you would see anywhere in the world and amazingly 20...More

1  Thank byrony7
Reviewed 13 June 2016

It is a very beautiful piece of architecture.Used to be known as Reduta Palace or Concert Hall. While on a walking tour or exploring the old town you are bound to see this building. One cannot miss its imposing facade.

Thank fivestarholidays
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25 February 2017|
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Response from Eva T | Reviewed this property |
Hi, I think the best is to buy ticket downstairs (ground floor) probably in the middle of rows VI to IX. In case you would like to have more gap for the feet there is like pass in front of row IV. I had seat in the first row... More
Devi I
21 February 2016|
Response from ITRT | Reviewed this property |
Smart casual would be acceptable - like dress pants and jacket for men and dress for women. No sneakers or jeans.