Croatian National Theatre

Croatian National Theatre
Rating
87% from 3 reviews
Phone
+385 (1) 4888 418
Fax
+385 (1) 4828531
Website
Croatian National Theatre
Address
Trg marsala Tita 15

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Editor's review

The elegant Croatian National Theatre was designed by the renowned Viennese architects Ferdinand Fellner and Herman Helmer and opened on completion by the Austro-Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph I. Completed in 1895, the theatre and its surrounding buildings are the most elegant representations of the neo-baroque style popular in Zagreb at the end of the 19th century. Considered to be Zagreb's most elegant and spectacular building, it is a source of great pride, not only in Zagreb but the whole country. A typical weekly programme includes theatre, opera and ballet and the ticket office is open between 10-14 through the week and for an hour and a half before performances at all other times.

Editor
Zagreb Life

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Reviews

Shirley from United Kingdom Reply May 19th, 2010

This certainly is a national treasure. The gentleman below should ask the ticket office if there are English performances. There are ballet and non-speaking performances as well.

Nicholas from United Kingdom Reply Mar 13th, 2009

Looks elegant. Any English language performances here then?

Cath from United States Reply Mar 13th, 2008

the croatian national theater in zagreb is truely magnificent and deserves to be discovered by more tourists. i don't know if they have productions in English but even if you don't see a performance at the theater you should go and see the building because the architecture is well worth it

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