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Perfectly pleasant. Unless an opera buff, read about the history online and then enjoy 10mins of aircondotiong looking around this impressive building which recalls Manaus’s far more prosperous days of old.
What an amazing edifice. It is beautifully decorated and a real show place. The craftsmen were so talented. Built in 1890s . Set in a lovely square with other things and old architecture to look at and enjoy.
Pick up any travel book or search on the internet for things to do in Manaus and at the top of the list will be this opera house. It was constructed by the wealthy Brazilian rubber barons in 1884. Our tour guide said it was...More
We enjoyed our tour of the Teatro, which combines a history of the place and views of many of the floors. It takes a bit of time, between buying the tickets and waiting for the tour to start, as well as the tour itself. We...More
We took the tour and saw two different Christmas shows. It is pretty amazing to think that this was built in this remote location in the late 1800's. The rubber barons wanted to have the culture of Paris in Manaus, so almost all of the...More
The Teatro Amazonas will be on most people's list of places to see in Manaus because there is nothing quite like it in the whole of the city and it is a symbol of a bygone age. It was built in 1896 when Manaus was...More
There was a ramp access to the side when we visited last February - not for a performance but my husband was able to get in to see the auditorium but maybe need to request special seats as we do in the uk anyway
Response from d_jackman | Reviewed this property |
As other responders have said, you'll need to go to the theatre on arrival, or to the tourist information office on the opposite side of the theatre square. There are some free performances of music and drama. The free tour... More
As other responders have said, you'll need to go to the theatre on arrival, or to the tourist information office on the opposite side of the theatre square. There are some free performances of music and drama. The free tour (in Portuguese) is good. On our visit we were allowed to watch 5 minutes of a symphony orchestra in rehearsal - wonderful. I hope you enjoy Manaus as much as we did.
Best way to spend last 3 days after MP? (5 Replies)
Two friends and I are leaving for Peru this coming Monday. Here is what we have planned so far: -Arrive Cusco Tues am. Two nights in Cusco at Teatro Inka aclimating to altitude -Depart Cusco Thurs am for 5D/4N trek to MP via Mollepeta/Salkantay/Santa Teresa trail -Return to Cusco Mon afternoon via train -???????? for Mon night-Fri early am -flight home departs Cusco early Friday am So...the "????" part - one of my friends *really* wants to go to Titicaca, but it seems that the only...More
September 16, 2006|
I did the 4 day Inca Trail last May and the one thing I wished I had done was spend the night and go back the next morning to MP to look around again. By the time you hike from Winay Wayna to Machu Picchu via the Sun Gate you arrive around 8 or 9 am then you have a 2 hour tour, then you hike Huayna Picchu for 2 hours, then you leave on the 3 o'clock bus to catch the train. Stay in Aguas Calientes so you can spend some more quality time at Macchu Picchu, then take the bus to Ollantaytamboand...More
Sat 27-"La Traviata"-Ballet at Obelisco-19 pm-Free entrance (6 Replies)
Hi all ! This Saturday it will be a ballet at Obelisco. Iñaki Urlezaga, our great classic dancer and the Orquesta Filarmónica de Teatro Colón will present a version of LaTraviata. Free entrance 19 pm Enjoy ! Silvia
November 26, 2010|
Wonderful cool breeze this morning... do you think this will be rained off?
Santiago walking itinerary need help sorry so long. (7 Replies)
Hi We are on an organised tour but it does not do all of Santiago to my satisfaction only selected suburbs. We will not fit into any walking tour with the organised tour company's arrangements so have worked on an itinerary with the help of google and some other travel websites. I will post it below and I am sorry it is so long but it might be of use to others especially with some expert amendments and additions, would really appreciate some coffee and eat stops only cafe style not sit down...More
May 13, 2013|
1. There is no funicular on the Cerro Santa Lucia. 2. When you come down Santa Lucia you will be on Merced. 3. I would suggest that you include the Biblioteca Nacional at the end of the walk. This would mean walking along the north side of the Alameda. 4. Huerfanos and Ahumada are pedestrian streets. There are lots of cafes along both of them. 5. You will find the centre very crowded so take care.