The theater was built in 1737 during the Popang Dynasty, and it is two hundred and fifty years old, 40 years earlier than La Scala. Since ancient times, this theater has staged the operas of many composers of the Naples in the Baroque era. It has also witnessed the creations of Haydn, Glucker, Verdi, Puccini and others. Its orchestra seats are even more important. Modified under Erdi’s suggestion.
The San Carlo Theatre is one of the three major opera houses in Italy, and the oldest opera house still in use in Europe. On the outside, it looks simple and the theater has a lot of things inside, but it is actually part of the palace.
One of the most famous buildings in Naples, the entire facility of the San Carlo Theatre is very simple. The interior here is very empty, and there are many private rooms with good privacy. The interior decoration of the theater is also quite interesting. It is very simple to appreciate the drama.
It looks ordinary on the outside, but it’s okay on the inside.
This is one of the most shocking buildings I have ever seen. It fully demonstrated the rich and magnificent Naples dynasty. I think it is worth hiring a private tour guide and spend about an hour to visit. We also visited the king's private booth.