The Gran Teatro del Liceo, also commonly known as "El Liceu", is an opera house on Las Ramblas in Barcelona. It’s one of the most prestigious opera houses in the world, and its location is in the Catalan capital’s beating heart! But that also means that finding somewhere to park isn’t always easy, or cheap! Let’s tell you about the on street parking situation in Barcelona, the city is divided into two zones: the blue zone and the green zone. Each zone has different tariffs depending on where you park and whether or not you’re a resident of the city, and then you’ve got to pay. So how can you avoid all of this hassle when you’re off the theatre? Booking with Parclick of course! Take a look at our map to see which car park suits you and book it in just a few clicks!
The Gran Teatro del Liceo is a world-renowned theatre, which regularly plays host to some spectacular opera performances. It was built in 1847, firmly placing it as the oldest and most prestigious theatre in Barcelona. On the stage, many great artists of all kinds have performed, which have made the theatre what it is today.
It really is an impressive place, and everything from its façades to its spectacular performers are bound to blow you away. Something that we highly recommend is the guided tour through the venue, which will give you everything you need to know about this venue’s impressive history. Go and check out the breath taking interiors, and the beautiful ceilings in particular!
The Gran Teatro del Liceo did suffer a terrible fire in 1994, which completely destroyed the stage and the auditorium. However, during the reconstruction of the theatre, the original was almost completely preserved, so that it remained faithful to the original style. Seeing an opera performance at the Gran Teatro del Liceo is truly an unforgettable experience for the senses. Plus why not have a glass of cava during the intermission? Sounds pretty great, right!
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The closest metro station is Liceu, which serves line 3.