attractions in opera
Attractions in Opera
In Paris, each neighbourhood has its distinct character. Opera has one of the busiest boulevards surrounded by beautiful attractions and world famous sights that make thedestination perfect to explore if you are planning a family holiday or a romantic weekend of sightseeing.
Le Grand Rex
Rex is a big art deco cinema with one of the largest auditoriums in the world. It has a whopping sitting capacity of 2,650 and upstages whatever it screens. The highlight of the cinema is its wedding-cake exterior design and fairytale theme in the interior pattern. Visitors can tour behind the scene to see a beautiful presentation about the construction of the auditorium and get to see the production room.
La Bourse –PalaisBrongniart
A grand Parisian architectural structure, PalaisBrongniart is a popular and stunning venue, wherein various major events are hosted. Situated in vicinity to Place de la Concorde and the Louvre Museum, this majestic buildingis celebrated for hosting international events and conferences. PalaisBrongniart is listed as a historical monument.
Eglise de la Madeleine
This magnificent Roman Catholic Church is dedicated to St. Mary Magdalene. The construction of the building was designed as a classical temple for the “Glory of Napoleonic Army”. Built in neo-classical design, the church has 25 Corinthian columns around the entire exterior of the building. Concerts, religious services and the most stylish weddings parties are celebrated here.
Opera Garnier is a beautiful and a treasured centre for ballet and classical music and gives the area its name. Designed by Charles Garnier, this masterpiece was built between 1861 and 1875. The masterpiece is the most popular and renowned opera house in the world. The major attraction of this sight is its interweaving corridors, stairwells, grand foyer and auditorium.