The tour begins in the Vestibule, continues with the Auditorium, the Hall of Mirrors and ends with the Círculo del Liceo, displayed in its profusely decorated rooms is a unique set of Modernist works.
Duration: 50 minutes
Hours: From Monday to Friday. At 9.30 a.m. and 10.30 a.m. *
Price: 16 €
Languages: Catalan, Spanish, English and French
Includes: The Theatre Vestibule, The Auditorium, the Hall of Mirrors and the Círculo del Liceo.
*On 2nd, 3rd, 6th, 8th, 21st and 22nd July there will be only the guided tour at 9.30am. From 10:30 am there will be non guided tours.
For performances and guided tours, Gran Teatre del Liceu offers special conditions for groups. For further information, please contact Ticket Service firstname.lastname@example.org or the Tours Service email@example.com. They will help you get the most out of your visit to the incomparable Liceu with a range of benefits, services and discounts.
+34 934 859 914
Note: The Liceu has a regular opera season and several activities that may require changes to part of the itinerary.
The tour begins in the Vestibule. Renaissance in style and extraordinarily elegant, this is the meeting place for the Liceu’s almost 15,000 season ticket holders.
The tour continues with the Auditorium, an exact replica of the impressive original horseshoe-shaped concert hall that was designed by the architect Miquel Garriga i Roca in 1847. With 2,300 seats, it is the venue for the permanent season which offers opera, concerts, recitals and dance.
The next stop in the tour is the Saló dels Miralls (Hall of Mirrors), which was for many years the meeting place of the Catalan bourgeoisie. It is now open to members of the public of any class or condition.
The tour ends with the Círculo del Liceo, an English-style private club which, founded in 1847, shares the Liceu building. It houses one of Catalonia’s best modern style collections. Displayed in its profusely decorated rooms is a unique set of works by such artists as Ramon Casas, Modest Urgell, Santiago Rusiñol, Francesc Miralles, Alexandre de Riquer, and others.
La Rambla, 51-59
Tel. 93 485 99 14