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Mozart played here on January 16th, 1770. Built between 1767 and 1769, the theater was designed by Antonio Galli Bibiena from Parma, commissioned by the rector of the Accademia dei Timidi, Count Carlo Ottavio of Colloredo, with the aim of hosting mainly scientific meetings, but...More
On our visit to Mantova we advised a visit to the theatre 🎭 would be a thing to do. Glad we did, very friendly receptionist, amazing interior and well laid out, steeped in history. It must be wonderful to visit to see a performance. Well...More
The idea of paying to walk around a theatre, even one with the amazing history that this one has, was not one that seemed of great interest. How wrong can one be? It is lovely and worth a few euros of anyone's money.
We visited on the Mantua card during the day, so, so pretty and were lucky enough to go back in the evening and enjoy a performance. If you are lucky enough to be in Mantua, this theatre is a must visit place, even if it's...More
We visited this theater with our tour, and it’s wonderful. The interior is stunning! We went to front of theater and turned to view entire interior and the design is just amazing. The historical architecture is beautiful. I have never seen such a wonderful structure....More
This little theater is simply breathtaking for its beauty. Quite small in surface, one can visit for a small fee (Jan 2018: 2€) and wonder around the ground floor and up just on flight of stairs so you can catch a glimpse from slightly higher....More
Stunning is the word to use for this beautiful theatre. A real must to take the time to experience when you are in Mantua. Truly beautiful. Sit and admire and enjoy the surrounds. Do yourself a favour.
This is a really beautiful theatre that you can visit for a small charge. You can walk around at ground level and then go up to a first floor box to see the view from there. It was built in 1796 and Mozart gave his...More
This is a must! Simply one of the most beautiful and fascinating places on our trip so far. Very good value entrance fee and captivating from the start. No time pressure when we visited so whizz through. We were able to sit and take in...More