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World famous place. Dress up smartly and look the part eventhough you only have the cheap(er) ticket. 35eur ticket in halbmitte gallerie is good value, could see all of the stage clearly.
Standing tickets for 3-4 euros. Better to sit in line early (5-5:30 pm). Check in jackets/bags for free.Do research the shows: we felt Elektra could have been done better but the music was phenomenal.
One of the world's most famous opera houses. Tickets are expensive. Booking earlier online is recommended.
Watch the Opera for free. Grab a seat and enjoy it live on the big screen outdoors.
A must visit place at Vienna.
Guided tour in English starts at 14:30 and costs 3.50 for students. Highly recommended!
Wonderful architecture and interior design. Check it out even if you don't have a ticket to the opera.
The interior is amazing! Be sure to check the position of your seats, especially among the side balconies. The view varies in quality.
if you visit Vienna and you like art and music.. this is a must-do.. i visited a Mozart concert (cheapest ticket price around 50 euro, but surely worth it)
Seriously? You need me to write a review about the Vienna Opera House? Um... is Superman freakin' super? Well, this the "Superman" of Opera Houses.
Vienna musicians are amazing, great place for concerts and Mozart heritage is everywhere, love it!
That's true history. Stunning
If you cannot get tickets you can always watch the performance on he big screen outside
Usually closed over the summer. Reopens in September. One of the most famous opera houses in the world, and the one with the most variety.
Offseason, the jazz festival is underway. Tonight, we'll enjoy hearing Melody Gardot. What a career after the disruption to her young life!
Stop and watch some live opera on the screen
Beautiful building and the tour is just 3€ for students.
The most amazing opera house in Europe.
Never can be forgotten,great architecture and ambient.
It's an astonishing oper house. I had the oppurtunity to watch the Zauberflöte, it was really breathtaking.
You should NOT miss: La Juive: Feb, 23, 27 and March, 3, 7 with Olga Bezsmertna (debuting as Rachel) and Neil Shicoff (Eléazar)!!
One of the highlights of Vienna. Just don't get a seat in the back of a box...you won't be able to see ANYTHING
Very beautiful building, worth a visit. The tickets get sold out fast, so buy in advance. Standing tickets start to be sold 1h30min before the oper, the line gets really big.
Walk inside the building during your opera intervals and experience history
Do not but tickets from the fake Mozarts
Great building with beautiful shows time to time...You should book online to be sure or you can risk last minute to find a good seat very cheap just outside the main entrance...
Check the opera schedule and hunt for the 3-4 euro tickets.
Magnificent ! Suggest to take guided tour! :)
One of the leading opera houses in Europe with top singers, directors and the Vienna Philharmonic orchestra. Attractive prices for stance area!
you so fancy, but you already know.
Biletiniz yok diye üzülmeyin.Temsilden 1.5 saat once gelip ayakta bileti alabilirsiniz 3 euroya/If you come here before 1 hour of performance, it is possible to buy a ticket for standing just 3 euros.
For standing tickets: Be at the queue 80 min. before performance. You can only buy one ticket(3-4€).Inside,tie sth to the place you want to stand(can also sit there) and leave.Come back 10 min. before
You can watch the ongoing performance on a screen at outside of the building for free.
Get tickets if you can. It is worth a visit.
Beautiful. Take the tour.
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Amazing concerts and absolutely beautiful theater. Going to Vienna, make sure you go there, you will love the concerts and will delighted with the environment.
Boxes get hot. Avoid them if seats are available in the orchestra.
Very good theatre
General manager Dominique Meyer produces a repertoire of world-class opera at the Staatsoper. Visit the main hall to see restored 19th-century frescoes before having a cocktail in the grand Tea Salon.
The worst seating layout I have ever seen in an opera-at least 1/2 of the seats are w/an obstructed view while the prices are skyroqueting (but you see the same that standing guests with a 2€ ticket).
Perfect place for perfect people