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Opera in Prague?

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Will be in Prague in May. We have not seen an opera before and I hear this is a good place to try it!
-- We can see The Marriage of Figaro at the Estates. I came across a website that sells tickets, and I think it's the actual venue: vstupenky.narodni-divadlo.cz. Is it better to use that than bohemiaticket.cz- maybe that's a reseller?
-- There are tickets on the ground floor available- that's like orchestra in the U.S., correct?
-- It says that "etickets are valid only printed in format A4". I know A4 is a paper size a bit narrower and longer than 8 1/2 by 11. Are they saying that the paper needs to be exactly that size?? I kind of don't think that's what it means!
Thank you-

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