As a veritable important attraction in Monaco's architectural and cultural heritage, the Garnier Hall was unveiled in 1879 by the famous French actor Sarah Bernhardt. At that time, the back row was full of famous and distinguished people. Since 1892, various plays have been performed here every year. Now, the manager here is John Mordler, who arranges high-quality plays from January to April every year.
The Monte Carlo Opera (Opéra) is part of the Monte Carlo Playground in the Principality of Monaco. Due to the lack of cultural transfer in Monaco in the 1870s, Prince Charles III and the French Savings Bank decided to use the concert hall as part of the playground. It opened in 1879 and is known as Salle Garnier by the architect Charles Garnier who designed it.
The Opera House has been transformed into a grand dinner party twice in its 130-year history. The first time was in 1966, the 100th Anniversary Celebration of Monte-Carlo, organized by Grace Kelly and Rainier III. The second is the royal wedding of Prince Albert II and Princess Charlene. The Opera House underwent a third renovation on July 27, 2013 to host a love ball.
We came by bus from Nice. The Opera House is not far from the bus. There is a large platform behind it, and you can see the whole view of the harbor. Monaco really feels good. It is one of my most recommended travels in Europe. The whole city just feels very rich, ha ha.
It''s a famous place that people need to go
Built in the 19th century, the architect was also the architect of the Paris Opera House in France, Charle Carnell. The interior is mainly gold and orange. The walls are embossed and frescoes, with a solemn and elegant appearance of 524 seats. A place to visit.
Everything but the ticket price, the outdoor view is superb, the interior is luxurious and try to find it
Great location, really good.