The Romanian Opera House is an amazing building from an architectural standpoint and houses performances of both opera and ballet.
As there were no shows scheduled during our visit, we were hoping to at least admire the building from inside. Unfortunately, no tours are available inside (unless you bribe the guard, which we were not willing to do). So, we walked around the building to find out it is sort of neglected and not that impressive, after all. Too bad.... 更多
Contemporary dance we saw was of a very high standard. Prices are very economical - 55 lei for 4th row stalls. Book on line and take image of ticket pdf on your phone to get in. Beautiful classical interior
Saw Cosi Fan Tutte. Attended during the week when many seats were unsold. Went for the most expensive seats at around £28 and had a private box for just the two of us. The most expensive seats also include interval champagne served in a private room. The production seemed professional although the sets were more of the 'budget' variety and... 更多
The interior is a very curious one, with two floors of loges. I genuinely enjoyed the Manon ballet, and will definitely come again. Prices are quite affordable if you compare with other countries: you can buy a ticket for as few as 25 RON = 4,5 EUR (or sometimes 10 RON if you're not picky).
Pick a classic and go watch a ballet! You can relax with perfectly made cappuccinos or a glass of champagne during the breaks and, depending on the show you choose , they have a great orchestra playing. We say "La fille mal gardee" and I full heartedly recommend it. Also, dress up! You don't have to but it's too much... 更多
We saw the opera La Boheme. It wad great. We sat in the 4th row, in the middle. We booked in advance 3 weeks before the show through the opera website. It was an easy way to have the good seats. The seats were very comfortable and the opera building is very elegant and well preserved. The price was very... 更多