Gran Teatro FallaCurrently Open [Closes at 09:00 pm]
- Address: Plaza Fragela, s/n, 11003 Cadiz, Spain, 11003
- Timings: 09:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
- Phone: +34-956220834
- Fax: +1-956220354
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Outdoors, Theatre, Architecture , Landmarks, Monuments And Memorials
Gran Teatro Falla - Review
The Gran Teatro Falla is a theatre in Cadiz. Boasting of marvellous and intricate architecture, Adolfo Morales de los Rios was the architect behind this red-bricked neo-Mudejar majesty. The theatre was constructed between the years of 1884 to 1905. Following renovations in the 1920s, the theatre was renamed the Gran Teatro Falla, in honour of composer Manuel de Falla. If you have time, catch a show or two at the theatre. If not, just admiring the building and capturing its designs and detailing in your camera and mind in enough.
Gran Teatro Falla Information
- You can also contact on +34 956220894.
How To reach Gran Teatro Falla by Public Transport
- Cadiz bus stop
Restaurants Near Gran Teatro Falla
- Bar Ducal
- Taberna El Rincon del Madueño
- La Bella Italia
- Hamburgueseria LALY
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Things to Know Before Visiting Gran Teatro Falla
95% of people who visit Cadiz include Gran Teatro Falla in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
49.4% of people start their Gran Teatro Falla visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Gran Teatro Falla
82.32% of people prefer walking in order to reach Gran Teatro Falla
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Gran Teatro Falla, Cadiz Reviews
An emblematic theatre, very famous in Cádiz. Some top quality acts come through this historic building. Highly recommended.
Just amazing. The architecture, ambience and atmosphere were all superb. A MUST while visiting Cadiz!
. This impressive building in the so-called Neo-Mudejar style, is well worth seeking out, even if you haven't got a ticket for a performance! Basically, Neo-Mudejar means "Pretend-Moorish", so the buildings are flamboyant in their use of horseshoe arches for doors and windows, Moorish ceramics, false pillars, and general fancy decoration. This theatre is a great example of this, and you can sit in a bar outside it, sip your beer, coffee or sherry, and admire the extravagances in red brick. The theatre is named after the Cadiz-born composer Manuel de Falla, whose best-known work is perhaps "Nights in the Gardens of Spain". .
Such a beautiful theater! We are here to see Ahora todo es Noche. The square is alive with people dining, socializing, and going to the show!!
It's a must for those who loves carnaval!!! Located near to the beach next to lovely tapas bar