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Popular Performances Attractions in Europe

Palais Garnier
Paris·France
4.6/5
621 Reviews
The architecture of the Palais Garnier is stunningly gorgeous both inside and out. The principal façade is completely covered with a number of decorative sculptures and intricate designs. The interior decor is also very luxurious. The four walls and colonnades are completely covered with Baroque statues, hanging lamps, and paintings. It is noteworthy for the 1910 novel "The Phantom of the Opera", which was subsequently made into films and a musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. Most performances that would have been held at the Palais Garnier have moved to the Opéra Bastille. The Palais is generally open to the public for tours, and nights featuring ballet or opera performances.
Danube
Vienna·Austria
4.7/5
258 Reviews
River
Performances
The Danube is second only to the Volga River in Europe and the second longest river in Europe. It originated in southern Germany, flowing from west to east, flowing through Austria, Hungary, Ukraine and other places, and then injected into the Black Sea. The blue Danube slowly passes through the city of Vienna, and by boat, the riverside scenery is very good, with ancient Gothic architecture. The beautiful Viennese forest stretches out in the western suburbs of the city and is lush. Every summer, there is a colorful music festival.
Moulin Rouge
Paris·France
4.7/5
264 Reviews
The Moulin Rouge is located in the red light district of Pigalle in the Montmartre district of Paris. The Moulin Rouge is not big from the outside. The red windmill on the roof is his symbol, which is very conspicuous. The Moulin Rouge is famous for its birthplace of modern cancan dance. This dance incorporates more acrobatics and sports skills. The gorgeous girls dance with joyful dances, picking up the skirts from time to time, and kicking high with the bright rhythm. Thighs, amazing, slightly crazy.
Vienna State Opera
Vienna·Austria
4.6/5
250 Reviews
The National Opera is one of the largest opera houses in the world. It is the main symbol of Vienna, which is known as the “City of Music”. It is known as the “World Opera Center”. There are famous composers, conductors, soloists and dancers performing here. The exterior is quaint and the entire stage area is completely modern with state-of-the-art audio equipment. The opera house is a magnificent Roman-style building. The front and side halls are made of marble. The interior is painted with beautiful murals and photographs of great musicians and famous actors.
Musikverein Wien
Vienna·Austria
4.5/5
214 Reviews
The Musikverein Wien's building is across the street from Charlie's Church, the site of the world-famous Golden Hall, home to the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, where the world-famous Vienna New Year Concert takes place. Historical background The building was built between 1867 and 1869 and was built by Danish designer Teofel Hansen. The overall style mimics the architectural style of the Greek temple. The exterior is red, beige and gray. The face is supported by three goddesses, classical and chic.
Senate Square (Senaatintori)
Helsinki·Finland
4.5/5
123 Reviews
Square
Performances
Library
School
Amusement Park
Helsinki's Senate Square is a significant historic city square that includes a number of important structures, including the Helsinki Cathedral, the Government Palace, and the oldest building in downtown Helsinki, Sederholm House, which was built in 1757.
Hofbrauhaus
Munich·Germany
4.5/5
352 Reviews
Winery/Distillery
Performances
The Royal Beer House is located in the northeastern part of the Marienplatz in Munich. It was originally a royal brewery and was later opened to the general public. For hundreds of years, the Royal Beer House has become an ideal place for celebrity politicians to meet, and Princess Sissi, Goethe, and Lenin have been guests of the Royal Beer House. The Royal Brasserie is a white building that steps into the main entrance. The first thing that catches the eye is the souvenir shop, which sells beer-related peripheral products.
Teatro alla Scala
Milan·Italy
4.5/5
335 Reviews
Enjoy opera in its finest glory when you visit the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy. The current edifice, built in 1776 by Pietro Marliani, Pietro Nosetti and Antonio and Giuseppe Fe, is the home of the famous La Scala di Milano opera company, but you can also view a ballet at the La Scala Theatre Ballet. You can watch performances of Tosca or Der Ring by outstanding tenors and sopranos renowned throughout Italy for their talents. Take advantage of using the modern electronic monitors that enable you to read libretti in English and Italian.

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