Grand Theatre, Warsaw - One of the largest theaters in Europe and in the World



Theatre Square is the place where this famous Grand Theatre of Warsaw is located and it's also known as Great Theatre - National Opera. While we were walking from our hotel to the Old Town, we crossed through Theatre Square and Grand Theatre was standing tall and introducing itself to every person passing by. When we crossed through, we didn't know which building is this but it certainly came across as some special building in Warsaw City.

Theatre Square is the place where this famous Grand Theatre of Warsaw is located and it's also known as Great Theatre - National Opera. While we were walking from our hotel to the Old Town, we crossed through Theatre Square and Grand Theatre was standing tall and introducing itself to every person passing by. When we crossed through, we didn't know which building is this but it certainly came across as some special building in Warsaw City. 

Grand Theatre National Opera Warsaw was built approximately 200 years ago in Warsaw city and has witnessed some of the important historical events of Warsaw City in Poland. It's the place for Opera, Ballet and drama companies to perform. As Polish opera evolved, Grand Theatre of Warsaw saw those transitions and some of the world famous opera artists, composers and choreographers have performed at the Great Theatre National Opera of Warsaw.     Related Blog-post : Old Town Market Square in Warsaw and Top places to visit/explore around it

Grand Theatre National Opera Warsaw was built approximately 200 years ago in Warsaw city and has witnessed some of the important historical events of Warsaw City in Poland. It's the place for Opera, Ballet and drama companies to perform. As Polish opera evolved, Grand Theatre of Warsaw saw those transitions and some of the world famous opera artists, composers and choreographers have performed at the Great Theatre National Opera of Warsaw. 



Polish Opera is one of the popular art-forms in Europe and its not only about Opera which is performed in Poland but also about opera by Polish opera artists, composers, choreographers and directors. Warsaw city and even Poland country has been various ups and downs in the history but it's operatic activities were not hampered that much with various historical activities.     Related post : Sigismund's Column & Royal Castle - Wonder why these are most photographed places in Warsaw, Poland



Polish Opera is one of the popular art-forms in Europe and its not only about Opera which is performed in Poland but also about opera by Polish opera artists, composers, choreographers and directors. Warsaw city and even Poland country has been various ups and downs in the history but it's operatic activities were not hampered that much with various historical activities. 


If you are in Warsaw and get to know about any Opera show happening in Grand Theatre, try to get a pass/ticket and experience something which is hard to find in other locations of the world. I would even consider attending other drama plays or ballet if there are shows in the city.     Checkout more Blog-posts from Poland...


If you are in Warsaw and get to know about any Opera show happening in Grand Theatre, try to get a pass/ticket and experience something which is hard to find in other locations of the world. I would even consider attending other drama plays or ballet if there are shows in the city. 


Check out more blog-posts from Europe...    Over past 170+ years the Grand Theatre has been Poland's grandest opera and ballet company. Classical opera is also performed at the Grand Theatre. Company's repertory includes some of the best operas by the major figures of opera (past & present).     Related posts about THEATRE ...    Great Theatre - National Opera Warsaw is one of the premier institute in Europe when it comes to art and culture. There is huge auditorium inside the theatre with seating of 1800+ performance appreciators, along with a small theatre with ~250 seats. Most of the performances here are focused on Polish Opera and composers, but also includes classics of Beethoven, Mozart, Verdi and Wanger, along with others.


Over past 170+ years the Grand Theatre has been Poland's grandest opera and ballet company. Classical opera is also performed at the Grand Theatre. Company's repertory includes some of the best operas by the major figures of opera (past & present). 



Related posts about THEATRE ...

Great Theatre - National Opera Warsaw is one of the premier institute in Europe when it comes to art and culture. There is huge auditorium inside the theatre with seating of 1800+ performance appreciators, along with a small theatre with ~250 seats. Most of the performances here are focused on Polish Opera and composers, but also includes classics of Beethoven, Mozart, Verdi and Wanger, along with others. 

Although I haven't given the title like Top 10 things to do around Grand Theatre Warsaw, but I will share some details around what all you can do around Great Theatre National Opera Warsaw -



Some of the interesting things to do around Warsaw Castle Square are ( Should I say top 10 things to do or explore around Castle Square in Warsaw or Royal Castle) -

1. Walking around the Warsaw Old Town Market Square & enjoy local meal/beer in one of the open-air restaurants.


2. Historical Museum of Warsaw can be an interesting place to know more about the Old Town and relate in a much better way.


3. Literature enthusiasts have an interesting museum called Adam Mickiewicz Museum of Literature


4. Royal Castle can't be ignored if you are in Old Town. You need to put effort to miss this place :)


5. Presidential Palace is close by and from Market Square you need to cross Royal Castle & go straight to visit it. 


6.  A walk around main Campus of the University of Warsaw can be very inspiring. 


7. Sigimund's Column is very close to the Royal Castle on Castle Square. 


8. 
Be sure to have a meal here and if you like beer, take one of the beer tasking tours or find a good offer online to try what you like in Beer. FoodPanda is one of the popular app in Poland to find out ratings of different places & their recommended menus.

9. Walk around multi-media fountain in the middle of Market Square and Visual River.  


If you liked this post and found it helpful, I would request you to follow these things when traveling -


  1. Manage your waste well and don’t litter
  2. Use dustbins. Tell us if you went to a place and found it hard to locate a dustbin.
  3. Avoid bottle waters in hills. Usually you get clean water in hills and water bottles create lot of mess in our ecosystem.
  4. Say big no to plastic and avoid those unhealthy snacks packed in plastic bags. Rather buy fruits.
  5. Don't play loud blaring music in forests of jungle camps. You are a guest in that ecosystem and disturbing the locals (humans and animals) is not polite


Comments

awesome travel diary thanks for sharing with us

Trending Post Today !

Travel Guide for Weekend Destinations around Delhi during Winters

Apple Park - a place worth exploring in Cupertino, San Francisco Bay Area