very beautiful building from the outside - honestly I didn't go inside... Seen it at night and it's really something to see!
You have to pay to go in but it's well worth it. The architecture is sublime and the decor is a sight to behold. The place is beautiful and you can have a old nose around without a guided tour. Also there is a cafe and a balcony to look out from, if you like people watching it's great. I... More
We took the self guided tour, but the actual theatre was closed due to technical operations that day...so we did not get to see the Chagall ceiling...a disappointment, but still a beautiful place to see.
We made a trip to see this grand opera house, but due to works it was closed to tours. Popped into the shop which is great for opera buffs and if you just want to have an idea how grand the building is its a window onto the rest of the building. Looked at the restaurant's menu which looked good... More
I don't go to the Opera. I don't get it. I stopped going when I realized I was never going to stay awake long enough to get my money's worth out of any ticket. Give me a truly bad, violent movie like 'Taken' and I can of course stay wide awake….so why do La Boheme and Don Anything put me... More
every single part of this opera house is just beautiful. it's one of my absolute favorite things to visit when i go to paris. but for me the best part is the amazing chagall ceiling in the theater. the colors are so vibrant and happy. i could stare at it for hours. on one visit i was lucky enough to... More
We saw an opera here which was OK but I really came just to see the Palais itself. The seats were torturously uncomfortable and we left during intermission but WHO CARES…it's the Palais Garnier! It was "Resplendent" and how often do you get to use that word?
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