Gran Teatre del Liceu Barcelona

During your trip to Barcelona, there have many tourist attractions that you can’t afford to miss; one of them is Gran Teatre del Liceu or Barcelona’s opera house in English. The opera house made itself unique right from the beginning; it was funded by private shareholders of the Societat del Liceu (Great Liceu Theater Society). The impact of this move is still vivid until now, for example, there is no royal box in the opera house ; in contrast you can easily find these boxes in other museums all over Europe since the monarchy was on the charge of the building and upkeep of opera houses. Also the existence of Gran Teatre del Liceu has inspired other opera houses to follow its footstep.

Back to the day, the Gran Teatre del Liceu, was founded on the Rambla in 1847, during its long and glorious history, the opera house was caught into fire twice and once was bombed. However, it still manages to stand on its feet and continues sparkling.

As to the name, the Gran Teatre del Liceu has been hosting very high level performances of opera, dance, concerts and recitals, the auditorium of the opera house can fill 2,340 seats.

As a matter of fact, during its life time, the Gran Teatre del Liceu is one of the most beautiful and academic opera houses in the word and it is considered as one of the marvelous symbols of Barcelona city.

Book mark this splendid opera house in your trip to Barcelona. Once you visit it, probably you would like to pay for another time.

For more information, check out the own website of Gran Teatre del Liceu:

http://www.liceubarcelona.cat/

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