Very important theatre, since it was dedicated to the royal family and court. Building is quite dominating, yet with lovely architecture, which is so typical for Vienna.
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This beautiful building from the outside is the home of the Austrian National Theater. Established way back in 1888 at the Ringstrasse, this current Baroque Revival architectural style building was re-opened here, following the Second World War in 1955. It is deemed one of the...More
We visited this afternoon and we had an awesome tour guide who provided us with a great history of the place. Everything from the first performance of a Beethoven symphony to the saving of the Klimt Fresco's during WW II. The building is truly beautiful...More
The National theatre guided tour is the worst guided tour I have ever joined. The guide herself is not particularly good at English or presentation. She made us standing for about 15 to 20 min as soon as we entered the building listening to her...More
The Burgtheater is the Austrian National Theatre, it's a beautiful building located beside "The Ringstraße" opposite "The Vienna 's City Hall" The Burgtheater was created in 1741. Today the classic Burgtheater style restored after bombing in the Second World War.
The building of the Burgtheater is magnificent. It is the Austrian National Theatre, whose roots can be traced to 1741 when it had the full support of the Empress Maria Theresia of the Habsburg Empire. It has a long and complex history which is well...More
The Burgtheatre is the Austrian National Theatre and a significant building in appearance and one of many along the Ringstrasse.
We vised here as it was on the map of attractions and it's a lovely building. The interesting thing about it is that Beethoven chose to stay in the apartment nearby. His stage is right here inside the Burgtheater, one of the oldest theatre in...More
this was an attraction we visited to get out of the cold and rain one day. The tour only runs at only three pm every day, but the language e.g. English or German is day specific. so the day we visited all the tour guide...More