Vienna Operahouse

Vienna, Austria
4.2 / 10
Symbol of Vienna, one of the best opera houses in Europe. Placido Domingo, Luciano Pavarotti, Maria Callas and other great performers performed here at different times. Among the regular productions are works by Strauss, Mozart, Verdi and Ravel. The modern building of the theater appeared in the XIX century. It was immediately headed by Gustav Mahler. At the opening in 1965, Don Mozart's "Don Juan" sounded to the audience.
Vienna Operahouse
Vienna Operahouse
Vienna Operahouse
Address:Opernring 2, Wien
Phone:+43 1 514442250


Sub Par Opéra experience, especially for a place with such musical history as Vienna...Building looks certainly dated inside and overall could use some serious redecorating and refurbishing. In the summer expect ridiculously costumed Mozart concerts .. Read more »


Went for the summer Mozart’s Musical. Show was “eh” but it was a nice opportunity to see the opera house and expose the kids to the experience. The design of the opera house makes it hard to really get a good view unless you’re in the orchestra witho.. Read more »


Beautiful building exquisitely preserved. Lots of History an important artists and composers are celebrated inside. The tours can be very very crowded, they have them simultaneously in three or four languages English French German Spanish. Different .. Read more »


Yet another unmissable highlight of Vienna - the magnificent opera house. The only way to see this as a tourist rather than an opera-goer is to queue up for one of the tours (once or twice day - multi-lingual). These are v popular so you should drive.. Read more »


Disappointed as I booked two tickets for a matinee performance of "A midsummer Night Dream" back in April 2019. We found out as we were sitting there that it was a talk/discussion about the production and not the production itself. There were many .. Read more »


An incredible theatre to see. It’s sooo stunning to be there. I had the best time visiting this opera. The interior is so special and has a huge background. The staff is very clear and efficient with a good sense of humour. The explanations are very .. Read more »


this historic opera house was visually pleasing to the eye. Surprisingly, it felt much smaller in person in some areas and extremely vast in others. The staff was helpful and informative and the facility was well maintained. The seats were more or le.. Read more »


This is probably one of the most beautiful places in Viena. It’s worth do the guide visit, although I don’t know if it is possible to visit without a guide. You will have the option to see the back stages, seating areas reserved rooms and much more. .. Read more »


My first Opera. I'm glad it was in one of the beautiful and famous in Europe. We've got the standing places for 10€, it is the real deal if you want to attempt a show especially if you a novice like me (make sure to come 2 hours before the show for t.. Read more »


Standing tickets suck if you get placed in the wings. Be sure to use the translator thing. You are not allowed to sit on empty seats. Ushers are super anal and will come check often during the first act. Great interiors, would not recommend actually .. Read more »


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