Such a building ! even at night , but an expensive place for a night out...i wandered past this from the other side of the river and next time i must go and see something there.
If you're not going to a concert the Opera is best enjoyed from the outside. It's very impressive and you also get a good perspective from a boat trip or from the other side of the water at Amalienborg.
This impressive modern architecture building is 100% worth a visit. Bonus points if you get to enjoy a concert or opera inside with its awesome acoustics, or if you get to enjoy a glass of wine and a lovely view to the sea.
We saw Verdi's Othello here at a very reasonable price. The Opera House is state of the art, with about 8 rows of seats in a curve on each of 3 balconies. The acoustics are superb and the seats are stacked high and away from each other - next person down at around knee level - so you can really... More
During the years we have had many very good experiences at the Copenhagen Opera House. Last season it was "Il Trittico" and this season we are particularly looking forward to "The Flying Dutchman". Tickets are available to most performances, we prefer the second or third floor. The small stage "Takkeloftet" also has interesting performances, among other performed by the Royal... More
Only groups get a tour so book it if you can. You are lucky if you get Lars as your guide since he is knowledgeable and entertaining. Tickets are relatively cheap. If you like classical opera go experience this incredible building.
Came to visit this amazing building. Checked website (which seems to be very rarely updated) to see if open. Checked at harbour bus and told it was open. It was not - at any point for fives days so far as I can tell. Very disappointing ...
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