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Barcelona Nightlife

Gran Teatre del Liceu

  • La Rambla 51–59 Map It
  • Opera
  • Fodor's Choice

Updated 03/11/2014

Fodor's Review

Barcelona's famous opera house on La Rambla—in all its gilt, stained-glass, and red plush glory—runs a full season September through June, combining the Liceu's own chorus and orchestra with first-tier, invited soloists. In addition, touring dance companies—ballet, flamenco, and modern dance—appear here. The downstairs foyer often holds early-evening recitals, while the Petit Liceu program sees child-friendly opera adaptations (though not always held in the Liceu

itself). The Espai Liceu in the opera house annex includes an excellent café and a gift shop for music-related DVDs, CDs, books, instruments, and knickknacks. A tiny 50-seat theater projecting fragments of operas and a video of the history of the Liceu can be viewed as part of a tour of the building (tickets available online or in the Espai Liceu). Seats for performances can be expensive and hard to get; reserve well in advance.

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Address:

La Rambla 51–59, Barcelona, Catalonia, 08002, Spain

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Phone:

93-485–9900

Entertainment Details:

  • Tours: daily 10 am (subject to performances and rehearsals). Espai Liceu: weekdays 11–8. Box office: weekdays 1:30–8 and one hour before performances on weekends

Updated 03/11/2014

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