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This theater is around the area where other Napoleon sites are on Elba Island and we made the effort to get there. Too bad it was closed the previous afternoon when we arrived on the island....they are a great resource for finding all the other...More
We visited this theater with a small tour group. Our guide at the theater was extraordinary, both in her depth of knowledge and her enthusiasm for the Theater. This theater was built by Napoleon during his 10 months of self-imposed exile on Elbe. It is...More
Disregarding the play that took place, the theater is very nice, the seats are comfortable and the acoustics work very well. It has a balcony enabling you a better visual. The only problem is that the back seats are level with the front seats, blocking...More
This is a lovely, little and unusual place to visit. There were no other visitors in the half hour we spent there. The information sheet is comprehensive and well worth reading as the history of the place is interesting.