Prices from £595 per person
(sharing a room)
Please e-mail your request to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01242 220394.
- category I opera ticket
- 3 nights’ hotel, bed and breakfast basis
- flights from Bristol, Gatwick, Heathrow or Manchester to Madrid
We also offer a hotel/opera ticket package (without travel) - please call for a quote.
Set in the heart of Spain, Madrid is the home of many theatres, museums and art galleries. The most famous being the Prado, one of the most celebrated and comprehensive art galleries in the world, which houses works by Goya, El Greco, Titian and many more. At the centre of Madrid is the Puerta del Sol, from which ten streets radiate, and to its south is the site of 'Kilometre Zero', a stone slab from which all distances are measured in Spain. The Teatro Real reopened as Madrid's principal opera house in 1997, now beautifully refurbished.
|(click on title for performance details/dates)|
|DER FLIEGENDE HOLLÄNDER||Wagner|
|LA CLEMENZA DI TITO||Mozart|
|THE GOLDEN COCKEREL||Rimskij-Korsakov|
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Specific Venues:Teatro Real
|The Ritz||*****||First Class|
|Opened in 1910 and inspired by King Alfonso XII of Spain, the Hotel was designed and built under the supervision of legendary hotelier Cesar Ritz. Located between the Retiro Park, Teatro de la Zarzuela, and the three most important museums of Madrid. The hotel offers a choice of individually decorated rooms and suites in Louis XVI style, the Goya restaurant for International, Mediterranean and Castillian specialties and Dianna lounge for light refreshments.|
|Westin Palace||*****||First Class|
|Built in 1912 but completed renovated in recent years - a monument of elegance, combining Turn of the Century grandeur with modern amenities. Restaurant, wine cellar and large spacious rooms with elegant furnishings.|
|Hotel Tryp Ambassador||****||First Class|
|Located in the historical city centre, close to the Royal Palace, Theatre de la Opera and Gran Via. Built in the old Palace of the Duques of Granada de Ega maintaining its original features. The rooms are furnished and decorated in a classical style in keeping with the history of the building and feature modern amenities.|
|In the historical centre the 'Austrias' and near Opera House. The 19th century hotel recently refurbished has a romantic atmosphere with some rooms having views over Madrid and all with modern facilities.|