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Teatro Petruzzelli

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Teatro Petruzzelli

343 Reviews
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With a private guide, visit two UNESCO World Heritage Sites in one day. First, explore Matera, including the Sassi area, a complex of cave dwellings carved into the mountainside. Nearby, rock churches house 13th-century frescoes. Then it’s on to Alberobello to see the Trulli, an awe-inspiring collection of mortarless limestone dwellings, a prehistoric building technique still used in the region.
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Manuel P wrote a review Mar 2020
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg2,190 contributions104 helpful votes
Unfortunately we did not had the opportunity in visiting inside. Locate in the new side of town and just at one block from Palace Hotel The external appearance of this Teatro Petruzzelli is great and been kept well maintained.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Alessandro F wrote a review Mar 2020
Milan, Italy22,988 contributions165,900 helpful votes
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Beatiful palace built in 1903 by the family Petruzzelli on design of engineer Angelo Cicciomesseri, a great fire damaget it in 1991 which kept it closed for 18 years
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Date of experience: February 2020
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drdmromeo wrote a review Nov 2019
McKinney, Texas356 contributions115 helpful votes
I was fortunate to see Il Barbiere di Siviglia at this opera house. It is truly gorgeous, lots of gold, red velvet and marble in the interior, very lush. The opera house burned down in the early '90s and was totally rebuilt. I sat in a box seat, that had seating for 6 people. The front row of seats in each box has typical opera style seats secured to the floor and quite comfortable. The second row of seats in each box, however, has these high backed bar stools, that are not secured to the floor, and extremely uncomfortable. The three of us in the second row of the box could barely enjoy the show due to the seats.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Rock Professor wrote a review Jun 2019
Memphis, Tennessee57 contributions11 helpful votes
This is the 4th largest opera house in Italy. Beautiful interior, but uncomfortable seats unless you are on the floor or in a box. I've seen opera in New York and London, but the singing and audience reactions here (we saw Tosca) blow them away. It's very interesting to watch the locals, who may be wearing slacks and a polo or a suit and tie/dress. Tickets are not expensive 15 euros got us to the cheap seats; I think the most expensive was 45 euros.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Laura G wrote a review Apr 2019
Budapest, Hungary32 contributions3 helpful votes
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Perfect 40 mins program on a rainy sunday afternoon. The tour starts at 14:00. We got many informations about the building, history, art and italy. Loved it. Price: 5€
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Date of experience: April 2019
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