It is a really nice theater. We were lucky to catch an outdoor concert with an orcestra. It was fantastic!
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My husband and I had a wonderful guided tour of the beautiful Teatro Politeama. Highly recommended for any devotees to music and the arts! One thing that we really loved about this theater is that it purposely keeps ticket prices very affordable. Its mission is...More
Externally it attracts its magnificence in its splendor, in a large square where a lively and warm atmosphere is created. Especially in the days when the road becomes pedestrian, the area is still alive. Too bad that the interior looks oblivious and a little let...More
This is the elegant and famous Castelnuovo Square that is home to the majestic Politeama Theater. Built between 1967 and 1891, despite its premature inauguration in 1874, this wonderful theater built by Giuseppe Damiani Almeyda in the classic style with Pompeian Styles decoration. One of...More
From Palermo Cruise Terminal we took a taxi van and the taxi driver drove us through the most interesting places of Palermo, one of which was Teatro Politeama. This is a multi-purpose theatre which is the second most important theatre of Palermo after Teatro Massimo....More
During our mediterranean cruise our ship docked in Palermo. We decided to walk and less than 15 min from the pier there is this amazing square dominated by the majesty of the theatre. This is a perfect place to spend few hrs, in fact ariund...More
The Politeama might have seen better times for its interior- but its external proportions are really superb - with a cluster of horses straining at their leashes to announce its presence across the Piazza from its domed roof. The hotel Garibaldi or Politeama are excellent...More
So disappointed not to. E able to get tickets to Theatro Massimo decided to go elsewhere. Concert of Mozart and Mahler with the Sicilian Symphony orchestra. Concert was excellent with amazing harpist and accomplished soprano. Building better from the outside than inside. Lacked staff to...More
Standing a bit in the shadow of the immense Teatro Massimo, the Politeama is still a must-see in Palermo, with its grandiose entrance and statues, located on a beautiful plaza. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to visit it on the inside.
Even though I did not visit the inside, the outside is a great photo op. The top has magnificent sculptures. Right across the square from Spinnato and Chipstar.