Lovely little opera house. You can hear and see everything from almost any point in the theater. Word of advice - get the balcony seats. They are much better for seeing, because seats go up at a steeper angle, so you don't have to deal with heads in front of you. I went there twice, the first time to see Carmen, and the second for La Traviata. Enjoyed both, but the second one especially. It was amazing. The cast did such a beautiful job, I cried at the end. And as I was sitting in the balcony seats the second time around, I enjoyed the entire performance.
One minus: There is a bathroom attendant who pulls the towel out for you from one of those automated hand towel roll things, and expects you to pay for the service. OK, I ALREADY paid 59 euros for my ticket, I really don't think I should have to pay anything for a bathroom attendant doing what I could do myself. But it's such a small bathroom that you have to walk right next to her to get out, and I felt like unless I gave her money she's eat me alive. That was very uncomfortable.
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