We were given a tour by a well informed young guide. The building is well preserved and tells a lot about the rich people who financed this building at the height of the rubber industry in the late 19th century.
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Not much more to add as we didn't go in. Probably sums Manaus up if this is its star attraction if being totally honest!
I love this place. You can see how it might have been in the heyday of Manaus in the early 1900s in the film Fitzcarraldo (look for a trailer online). I accompanied Prince Charles here in 2009 arriving in the lovely square and mounting the...More
Nice turn of the century building that let’s picture the life of the city during the gold times. Well preserved, impressive in such a location.
We attended a performance of La Traviata. What a joy! Voices and the orchestra were absolutely outstanding. Tickets were $3.15 a person for orchestra seats! The chairs are beautiful but hard as rocks. The theatre was packed and with good a/c. Built in 1896 by...More
the theatre is a must-see step in Manaus. the building is in good condition and guided tours (also in English) can explain some curiosities of the place, like the many ballet stars and capaigns that passed through it. the entrance is cheap.
Very ornate facility steeped in history. Wonderful five floors of box seating with a small orchestra section. Tours are given
I got a private tour because I was the only English speaking guest at the time. The guide was really nice and knew a lot about the building!
You don't need to book a city tour to visit this place and take the tour. Just take an Uber or taxi ride to the Opera and buy your ticket. They do understand English there. And they have tours in English which last about 1...More
Even though we knew about this opera house in the middle of tropical Manaus, we still found it totally quaint once we were there. Dates back to the rubber boom days, and it's perfectly well preserved, including the seats, staircases, grand balcony etcetera. The tour...More