Opera House

When it was opened in 1884, the city shared the administrative duties of the Austro-Hungarian Empire with Vienna. Emperor Franz Joseph commissioned its design to the architect Miklós Ybl. The construction included the use of marble and frescos by some of the best artisans of that era. It's one of the most beautiful neo-renaissance buildings in Europe. The Opera House praises also the third best acoustic in Europe. The facade is decorated with well-known figures of the opera: Liszt, Mozart, Verdi, Puccini and so on... Prepare yourself to be fascinated by the theatre, with the marble columns, the golden roof, the frescos and the chandeliers. Even if you couldn’t find a ticket to a play, don’t miss out on the guided tour.When it was opened in 1884, the city shared the administrative duties of the Austro-Hungarian Empire with Vienna. Emperor Franz Joseph commissioned its design to the architect Miklós Ybl. The construction included the use of marble and frescos by some of the best artisans of that era. If we are on a voyage in Budapest, we definitely have to visit the Opera house, because this is one of the most beautiful neo-renaissance building in Europe. The Opera House praises also the third best acoustic in Europe. The facade is decorated with well-known figures of the opera: Liszt, Mozart, Verdi, Puccini and so on... Prepare yourself to be fascinated by the theatre, with the marble columns, the golden roof, the frescos and the chandeliers. Even if you couldn’t find a ticket to a play, don’t miss out on the guided tour.

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