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Reviewed 21 June 2018

National Theatre is located in republic square and is very beautiful and front of this building is a meeting point for the most of walking tours.when we were there theatre was closed and we couldn`t enter there.

Thank pghadamli
Reviewed 28 April 2018

Visited the National Theater, home of opera, ballet and drama for the guided "Behind the Curtain" program. The guide described the history behind the scene in this small auditorium with maximum seat of 500+. They had many world renowned singers appeared as the first debut...More

Thank Kuhn H
Reviewed 5 February 2018

The theatre has a very nice architecture from the habsburg period, even if the old hall is not very big (max 500 seats). We had a guided tour in the basement museum, but the accent is on famous Serbian composers, dancers and actors with photos...More

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Reviewed 1 February 2018

Founded in 1868, the National Theater was an extravaganza in a town of 25,000 inhabitants. However, ethnic pride and the support of its community, as well as several generous noblemen contributed to the growth and expansion of the Theater. Initially focused on theatrical plays, it...More

Thank Gabriel H
Reviewed 27 October 2017

Experience good ballet/opera in beautiful theatre at a price so cheap that it puts to shame the equivalent in London, NY, Germany

Thank Stephen Charles S
Reviewed 15 August 2017

In the center of Old Belgrade, the stunning National Theater has been a major city landmark for 150 years! Tourists will find that even the best seats are inexpensive. The impressive opera repertoire ranges from Tosca, La Boheme, Il Trovatore and Rigoletto to Aida, Otello,...More

Thank belgradejim
Reviewed 23 July 2017

I was looking for some interesting musical events on net and find a Nabucco opera in National Theatre in Belgrade so I asked my daughter to come with me. It was an unforgettable five days in Belgrade in December 2016. We reserve our tickets via...More

Thank Tamara P
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Great Theater Wonderful structure and very good sound resonance No air conditioning and no air circulation.

Thank RonaOfir
Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

In Belgrade, a free evening, theater nearby, and a ballet. So why not, cost but 1000 dinar ($12). Playing at the quaint 19th century National Theatre was Queen Margot. The historic ballet was written in 2005 and staged somewhat contemporary with great sets, excellent orchestral...More

Thank wildtramper
Reviewed 12 June 2017

We went on an organised tour of the theatre that included information on the theatre, a backstage tour including costume production, etc, and a performance by two singers. Overall a very good experience. We were welcomed by the theatre manager and were took round by...More

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