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A guided tour (20 Reis) is the best way to visit - if you want English it's best to pop in at the start of the day and book onto the correct slot. Then you can be guided around exquisite architecture, paintings and facilities. If...More
This theater is in the central square of Manaus Brazil. They have free concert nights that allow you to visit and listen for free. Beautifully decorated ornate place built back in the rubber boom days.
The City Tour is a 1-day "add one" for those who travel with Nomadic Waters Brazil fishing trips. I had the privilege to visit this Manaus landmark --- and I'm glad I didn't miss it!!! Anytime I mention that I have been to Manaus Brazil,...More
While in Manaus on business, we took a guided tour of the opera house. Our guide spoke English and was very informative. The building is beautiful, but be forewarned that there are lots of steps and it is pretty hot on the upper levels. Visit...More
While in Manaus took the tour of the old opera house. It is a stunning building inside and out. It would have been incredible to visit in the late 1800s. The tour was in English and was very detailed and we were able to all...More
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As other responders have said, you'll need to go to the theatre on arrival, or to the tourist information office on the opposite side of the theatre square. There are some free performances of music and drama. The free tour... More
As other responders have said, you'll need to go to the theatre on arrival, or to the tourist information office on the opposite side of the theatre square. There are some free performances of music and drama. The free tour (in Portuguese) is good. On our visit we were allowed to watch 5 minutes of a symphony orchestra in rehearsal - wonderful. I hope you enjoy Manaus as much as we did.