Madrid's Royal Theatre

Inaugurated as an opera house in 1850 by Queen Isabella II, the hexagonal Neo-Classical edifice was by architect López de Aguado. Its two facades open onto two squares: Oriente (East) and Isabella II. After 10 years of renovation, it reopened in 1997 and stages operas, concerts and ballets.

Useful information

Address:

Plaza de Isabel II, 28013 Madrid

Phone:

+34 915 16 06 96

Price:

8 € (-26 years old 6 €)

Opening hours

guided tour 10.30am-1pm

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