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The Teatr Wielki - Polish National Opera is Poland's leading opera, ballet and concert venue, where rich tradition and a clear vision for the future meet. Offering each season a host of first-rate productions - many developed in co-production with...more
At the completion of my FREE walking tour, I decided to walk on my own to explore other areas located several blocks away from the Old Town.
I came across this attraction and the other theater next to it. It was not opened during my...More
You can watch from outside but of course it is much better to enjoy one operas of this most important scene.
The building was extended during reconstruction of WW2 and the scene is the largets in Europe much bigger than La Scala in Milano.
Tried to buy two tickets for December. Followed the instructions to buy on-line and paid with VISA.
The agency indicated by the Opera, Serwis24, did not pay to the Opera however and I lost the booking.
I called the Opera and after being left on...More
Saw a performance of Carmen here and was blown away by the superb and passionate singing of the leading trio of singers. First rate performance! I had a good view of the stage from a third floor seat and the price I paid was extremely...More
We had booked a trip to Ghent and Bruges from Expedia. The travel assistants and rye managers at the Brussels City Tours are very rude. The day began on a bad note due to them. The trip to the beautiful cities of Ghent and Bruges...More
We saw "The Tempest" performed by the Polish National Ballet. It was well executed, although the set was minimalist and it lacked the choreography of classic ballet which were prefer. The music was pre- recorded Renaissance and Baroque orchestrations with live 2 live percussionists. The...More
This is a very beautiful opera house. Built again in the 60’s as it’s was before demolition but you can see the 60’s influence in lighting and chairs. Very charming place to see opera.
We saw The Magic flute day performance witch meant that there...More
I visited the Polish National Opera to see a performance of Verdi’s Rigoletto. Overall it was an enjoyable experience.
The Performance: the performance was of a high standard with excellent singing. The production was traditional with opulent costumes but a somewhat tired set. The performance...More