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Teatro Mancinelli

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Teatro Mancinelli

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Corso Cavour 122, 05018, Orvieto Italy
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Surround yourself in the unrivaled scenery of Umbria and Lazio on a private 9-hour shore excursion. The tour is perfect for travelers who have already visited Rome or want to see the medieval side of Italy. Private air-conditioned transportation takes you from port to the lofted towns of Orvieto and Civita di Bagnoregio. Enjoy free time to explore and a wine tasting before your prompt return to Civitavecchia.
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Peter S wrote a review Jul 2018
Phillipsburg, New Jersey165 contributions51 helpful votes
During our visit to Orvieto recently we had hoped to catch a performance in the beautiful Teatro Mancinelli on the Corso Cavour of this beautiful city. While we didn't get to enjoy a live performance, we were able to take a self-guided tour of the theater and the upper floors of this gorgeous performance space. For a modest cost you are able to spend as much time as you wish, lingering in the main opera house as well as the upstairs performance spaces which are well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Bob D wrote a review Mar 2018
Kitchener50 contributions33 helpful votes
I was visiting Orvieto last November and my friends had tickets to an Opera at Teatro Mancinelli. ( a pretty rare event). For 25 euro, it was a super evening, A three part opera with trips to the bar for a glass of wine at the intervals. Acoustics were super and the theatre is beautiful and well maintained. If there are no events, please go just for a tour, its well worth the 2 euro to see a building of culture and class
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Tom A wrote a review Oct 2016
Highlands, New Jersey16 contributions23 helpful votes
While there was no performance scheduled during my recent time in Orvieto, I did visit Teatro Mancinelli. Reminiscent of opera houses in Rome and Venice, if more intimate, it has a lovely style and should sound quite good, I expect. I'll try to arrange attendance at an upcoming trip. Just 2 euros to wander about on your own; no brainer if you are in the city.
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Maddydilski wrote a review Aug 2016
Toronto140 contributions43 helpful votes
This theatre has shows running and is still in business. During the day you can pay 2 Euro and visit the theatre. It was a very unique experience to wonder the theatre and discover all the rooms and backstage secrets. This is a self guided tour and there are stairs to climb.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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sket101 wrote a review May 2016
lima953 contributions358 helpful votes
Beautiful theater with lots of history. It only costs 2 euros to step back in time. The theater itself is still putting on productions. You can tour the main floor, orchestra section and then make your way into the boxes and private event rooms. The painting on the ceiling of the theater is incredible. The details throughout the building should not be missed if you are in Orvieto.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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