Opera Krakowska, Krakow
About Opera Krakowska, Krakow
Opera Krakowska, Krakow - Address, Phone Number
Address: Lubicz 48, 30-001 Kraków, Poland
Time Required: 00:15 Mins
Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
Entertainment, Performance, Family And Kids, Opera House
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Even though the history of Opera in Krakow goes back to the seventeenth century, there has never been a dedicated space for this art. That did not happen until 2008, when this swanky new building was completed and opened. With a seat capacity for 720 audience members and state-of-the-art acoustics the venue has quickly made a name for itself 4 terrific production values. There are around 200 performance throughout the year which include ballets and musicals. The theater has become a powerful voice in the operatic culture of the world. The theater is also the organizer of the Krakow Opera Festival. Check out the interesting sculpture by Igor Mitoraj in front of the building.
Opera Krakowska Information
- Check the extensive list of rules for visitors on the theatre website.
Opera Krakowska Ticket Prices
- Ticket prices depend on the show, the seating and the time. They can vary from 15-300 PLN
Opera Krakowska Opening and Closing Hours
The hours given here are far is a box office, actual showtimes will vary widely.
- Monday to Saturday:10:00 am to 7:00 pm
- Sundays and public holidays: 2 hours before evening performances.
How To reach Opera Krakowska by Public Transport
- By Car
- By Taxi
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Opera Krakowska, Krakow Reviews - Write a Review
This is terrible. We were late for only 2 minutes, and we are placed upstairs in front of a small TV without sound! To swatch it from here! There are 10 more people who are also late. Even though they have a normal screen near it. You can not even buy water, as everything is closed. NOT recommended!
Went for a piano recital by Grigory Sokolov. Modern building in convenient location but acoustics left something to be desired. Sokolov, however, was excellent.
The interior of the opera is terrible - everything is red. During the opera itself there are subtitles in Polish underneath the stage - quite useful.
Great selection of operas and operettas for a reasonable price, if you're able to grab tickets early enough.
Wonderful place, was here for a ceremony, looks absolutely new and pizzazz.