Hello! I noticed you booked through Musica a Palazzo for the Venice Opera. I just tried to reserve seats, and i got an email saying you don't pay until you get to the door? Is that similar to what you did? I just want to make sure we are reserved without having paid anything.
Hi we are visiting Venice in July and are very interested in attending the opera there's availability , great, but I'm a bit confused as on the website it says you need to be a member and that's 85 euros each..the cost of tickets were approx £76..is that correct? Also we are on a cruise ship but are in port overnight and wondered how far it is from there to where the opera is. thank you
i am travelling with a 14 year old granddaughter
is this concert more suitable than a performance at the opera house?
Hi. I'm an opera newbie. I have the option of seeing La Traviata or Rigoletto. Any recommendations as to which? And would be helpful if you could say why! Thanks in advance :-)
Planning on booking this through Viator. Bit worried about finding the venue. All the reviews say it is hard to find. I have used google maps to pinpoint the location but cannot find a way to get to it. Can you get to it by walking beside the building" It looks to be directly onto the canals. Do you have to go through other buildings. I am a bit confused. Could someone please give me more explicit directions.
Hi Guys, we are booked to see this opera in a couple of weeks, was wondering about the dress code, pete
We've booked tickets for La Traviata for early September, and have a couple of questions. Is seating pre-assigned or is it first come first served? If it's the latter, how does it work when the concert switches to another room for the second act, is it first come first served again?
Thanks so much.