How much are tickets for La Fenice?
Admission Fees without a guide
|Adult 18-64||12,65 €||Book online ticket|
|Senior 65+||9,20 €||Book online ticket|
|Student < 26||9,20 €||Book online ticket|
|Kids 0-6 years||free||Book online ticket|
What do you wear to Teatro La Fenice?
For the afternoon performances the dress code is fairly relaxed and is smart-casual, but PLEASE NOTE that people wearing shorts or sleeveless T-shirts will not be allowed inside the auditorium; in this case, tickets will not be reimbursed.
Why is Teatro La Fenice famous?
Teatro La Fenice (pronounced [la feˈniːtʃe], “The Phoenix”) is an opera house in Venice, Italy. Especially in the 19th century, La Fenice became the site of many famous operatic premieres at which the works of several of the four major bel canto era composers – Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi – were performed.
When did La Fenice reopen?
The Teatro La Fenice has confirmed that it will reopen on April 26.
What does La Fenice mean in English?
Teatro La Fenice is a famous opera house in Venice, Italy. People often call it simply La Fenice. Its name comes from the Italian word Fenice, meaning Phoenix. The Phoenix is a mythical bird. It dies in fire and is born again from the ashes.
What do you wear to the opera in Venice?
People wearing shorts or sleeveless shirts are never allowed inside the theatre, no matter what is on stage. During the Opening Opera or Concerts Season wearing a shirt, with a tie and a jacket is warmly recommended. For the afternoon performances, instead, you can wear anything smart-casual.
How should I dress for the opera in Venice?
What do you wear to an opera in Italy?
Understated, but supremely elegant, is the dress code there. Men should wear a dark suit and ladies don their finest. The more modest the seats, the less formal your attire needs to be, but this is not the place for shorts, t-shirts and tank tops.
What should I wear to the Italian opera?