Warsaw is a city of juxtaposition. It is part of what contributes to the unique "vibe" of this city. The horrors of it's dark history is visceral and exists alongside a vibrant present of art and music. The National Opera is one of many places to embrace and enjoy that invigorating present. The building though heavily damaged during the war is today a spectacular, beautiful building worth visiting for the architecture alone. With that said, the performances I have enjoyed there have been unsurpassed and this year's (2012) presentation of the Nutcracker was incredible. The audiences are always well-behaved, respectful and engaged.......and unlike at home nobody will be wearing a baseball cap. The prices are very reasonable but be sure to plan ahead as all of the performances I have ever attended have been sold out!
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