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See play in the Pergola Theatrein Florence, Italy

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Feel like a real theatergoer and visit the oldest opera house of the world, which is famous for its acoustics.
How to see play in the Pergola Theatre in Florence
Pergola Theatre (Teatro Della Pergola) is just a short walk from the main cathedral of Florence - Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. You can find here spectacles in the evenings.

You can buy tickets at the box office immediately before the play. After the performance you can order a taxi to anywhere in the city - for visitors of the theater taxi is free :)

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#12Pergola Theatre in FlorencePergola Theatre

Pergola Theatre was built by Medici family, was the first opera house of the world, and still amazes all visitors for its acoustics.

Location: Via della Pergola, 12/32
Open hours: from 9:30 am to 11:00 pm

How much?

tickets cost from €15.

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