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Went to see Don Carlo on Saturday night 15 euro tickets 8 rows back in the stalls excellent view, can’t do that at the ROH. The production was very good. Try and book ahead of time, most expensive seats only 30 euros for this production,...More
Visiting the square, my missus asked me if I wanted to sneak in the theatre to take a look at the building. Got close and there was a show going on and the organisers effectively asked us to go away, she explained that we were...More
For a relaxing stroll in one of the most quaint parts of Bratislava, the walking street in front of the National Theater is perfect. Make sure you sample Aurthur's Secret ice cream - it's great. But don't ask for a taste - they don't do...More
Magnificent place to ,enjoy for opera lovers. A remarkable history , in which giants of music like Mozart,Haydn,Beethoven,Hummel ,acted here.
A sumptuous foyer,a splendid baroc decorated interior,a grande scene and a high quality of orchestra and artists, make an unforgettable moment of high quality of...More
We booked tickets to see Swan Lake here while we were in the city. It's a bit out of centre, but a superb theatre. Comfortable seating, good legroom and excellent viewing. The show was superb. We were in the vicinity the following day, plenty in...More
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There shouldn't be any trouble with smart casual.
You might feel a little underdressed for any late function as people do tend to have nice dresses but is going to be covered with winter clothes anyway ;)
Hi, I think the best is to buy ticket downstairs (ground floor) probably in the middle of rows VI to IX. In case you would like to have more gap for the feet there is like pass in front of row IV. I had seat in the first row... More
Hi, I think the best is to buy ticket downstairs (ground floor) probably in the middle of rows VI to IX. In case you would like to have more gap for the feet there is like pass in front of row IV. I had seat in the first row when I was there - for opera it's great but to see the dancers properly it would be better, in my opinion, to have a seat a bit further from the stage.
I hope you will enjoy it, I saw some ballet production there before and they've been really good. If you will have time walk around the town, it's not too big but with lot of history and I and my husband enjoy every time we travel there to visit our friends.