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Considered by many to be the cultural heart of the city, this elaborately carved opera house surprises the senses with its fine architecture and interior design as well as its world-class performances.
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This really is a "grand" theater. It sits on 12 columns and 12 figures grace the top (3 of which are Minerva, Venus, and Juno/Hera who was the wife of Zeus). The other nine are muses. It was built in the 1780's in a neo-classical...More
This was a complete rip off because they advertise a tour of the grand Theatre but since they had a rehearsal going on they had 20 of us look in through a window of glass. The lights were off in the theatre so you couldn’t...More
The Grand Theater stands in the sole city center, on a sq between the narrow Old town streets and the Girondines monument park, opposite the same style Intercontinental hotel across.
It's a neo Classic style huge structure built in 18 cent under Louis 16 with...More
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Hi! I went there in December (but we went to see a dance schene "LA TEMPETE" and thought that had to be formal! To my surprise, we saw a bit of everything.. even jeans!! But maybe going to see the Opera is different. I still... More
Hi! I went there in December (but we went to see a dance schene "LA TEMPETE" and thought that had to be formal! To my surprise, we saw a bit of everything.. even jeans!! But maybe going to see the Opera is different. I still think that being dressed formal is the best way. Better be over dressed than under dressed. Have fun. :)