It is a great building.. actually one of the best theatres in the world. Highly recommended in my opinion
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The Teatro Colon has an incredible history which was shared by the English speaking tour guide in a passionate, humorous way. The building has been livingly restored and the 50 minute guided tour well worth the $20 USD cost
An elegant, beautifully maintained, premiere theater! Somehow tickets were impossible to obtain online...so I headed straight to the theater upon arriving in Buenos Aires. English speaking ticket sellers were helpful, and the performance of ballet and orchestra was breathtaking, even from the third balcony!! A...More
A must see in Buenos Aires. The english tour is a little expensive but the theatre is impressive. Would recommend.
Took the guided tour in English (highly recommended) and learnt all about the history of this simply splendid theatre. The interiors are sumptuous and marvellously restored and the concert hall is spectacular. we also had the bonus that one of our group was a singer...More
This is one of the great theatres of the world. The auditorium is a hundred-foot cube with painted ceiling and rank upon rank of boxes clinging to the sides, everything done in scarlet velvet and gilded carvings; the external rooms are overdone in polychrome marble,...More
If you are going to be in town for awhile sign up in advance for a tour. It is worth it. If you are lucky enough to plan in advance...get tickets to the opera...heaven. If you can do neither, the park in front has an...More
At a cost of $US20 (for non Argentines) we wondered if we should take this tour. What a glorious trip into a unique part of Argentina's history we would have missed if we hadn't! The English tour of 1 hour combined architectural details, historical background...More
We had an incredible tour through the Teatro Colon. The Architecture is fantastic, our tour guide was explaining so passionately - unbelievable. Very insightful, very inspiring. If you are in Buenos Aires, definitely invest the 20€ for visiting the Teatro Colon.
Take a guided tour, it will give you an inside into the buildings history and statistics that would otherwise be harder to find, as well as getting access to places that are normally out of bound to the public. If you are a music lover...More