Gran Teatre Del Liceu
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Gran Teatre del Liceu Tickets and Guided Visits

Founded in 1847, the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona is the largest Italian style opera in Europe. Throughout its more than 160-year history, the L...

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The Barcelona City Card will be your personal passport to over twenty of the city’s main museums and tourist attractions as well as granting...

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Flexible
£ 40
Attractions & monuments

A former convent and theatre, the Liceu hasn't always resembled the opera house you see today. Its history is full of ups and downs and myst...

Duration
50 minutes
Available in: English
£ 8

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The inside story

Founded in 1847, the Gran Teatre del Liceu in Barcelona is the largest Italian style opera in Europe. Throughout its more than 160-year history, the Liceu has been a privileged spectator of the most crucial events of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, becoming a social and cultural point of reference for Barcelona and Catalonia.

Undoubtedly, it is one of the symbols of the city. It began as the Amateur Dramatic Society, created in 1837 in the former Convent of Montsió by some members of the National Militia. The need to create a music conservatory in a period in which Barcelona was going through a time of strong economic and demographic expansion led, in 1838, to its transformation into the Reina Isabel II Dramatic Philharmonic Liceo of Barcelona, to promote not only the development of theater but also Italian style singing and music.

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