This is great to view from the outside but definitely not worth €10 per person to go inside. It was being set up for a performance on the inside and there was nothing to see except scaffolding, a stage and aluminum seating.
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The arena is well worth the visit. It is easily accessible and sitting you absorb the whole atmosphere. We were not there for any of the operas but apparently the acoustics are fantastic. There are descriptions in English in certain areas. The whole thing probably...More
We have been to this venue 3 times to see the Italian singer Zucchero in concert ... It is an amazing venue with so much history ... The acoustics are fantastic.
This was a nice, very uncrowded, glimpse into what the area must have been like back in the day. They've restored it beautifully and the views from the top are pretty neat. It is just an arena though so It is just a circular set...More
Given the scrum down trying to get to an unreserved seat ( for the Intimissi on Ice Show) one would have thought Italy might have a better rugger team. But they are better skiers, need to be to negotiate the narrow aisles. Be warned, the...More
Seeing an opera in this venue is a must if you are generally interested in events like this and would like to have this experience in a truly unique setting. As a note, this is the first opera I have ever been to. My mother...More
Every summer we try to find our way to Verona to listen to one of the operas. This year it was Nabucco. The experiene in the Ancient theatre is just amazing. Ee have learnt to book relatively cheap tickets, no numbered seats, around 35 euros....More