Do not miss this place of you are in Hvar. Small very simpatic teatre, first public european theatre.
Interesting place because it was a wet, windy day. Not much to see yet. Perhaps when the rehab is finished. For now, enjoy the balcony, it's free.
This a very pleasant and interesting bit of history in the middle of Hvar Town, made even more attractive by the fact that it's entrance fee was inexpensive (which is unusual for many entrance fees in Croatia). We enjoyed our quick visit to this quaint little theatre and the kids liked pretending they were actors on the stage.
There is a 10 Kuna fee to get in which is about $2. When you look at it that way it's worth the visit. This is by no means a must see, but it's a little bit of history. We had a fun time taking silly pictures of each other pretending to be in a play because we were the... More
It is must to see the famous theatre in big bulding - Hvar Arsenal - on town's main square. Thinking about people sailing from islands Vis , Korcula, Brac and Solta at the end of the week to see performance.
When I came to Hvar i didn't know anything about it's history but than i read somewhere that it has the oldest public theatre in Europe. I think that it is amazing and that they should brand it more often in their communication abroad. I know that everybody considers Hvar as a great party destination (I am also one of... More
When we came to Hvar, we didn't know that this little town is a host of the oldest public theatre in Europe. Now it looks amazing. It's worth to look.
In the Arsenal building, a fascinating look at one Europe's oldest theatres (from 1612). Interesting restorations of the stage and lovely auditorium boxes are in progress and detailed for visitors.
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