Deutsche Oper Berlin

Grand opera in a stylish, but retro new building

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for adults and 50% for children off off tickets in price categorie A, B, C, D, E, purchased no sooner than one week before performance

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Current notice: The Deutsche Oper will remain closed unti 31st July 2020.


Whereas Germany's second-largest opera lies within a stark, concrete building, once visitors venture inside, they are surprised by a fresh, sleek, and modern interior with top-notch acoustics to boot. Expect everything from 'Aida' to 'Carmen' to the ever popular 'Tristan and Isolde'. Having welcomed star ensembles and world-class performers over a century, the Deutsche Oper Berlin remains the city's hottest destination for ballet and opera.

Behold Berlin

A city that rose from the ashes of its tumultuous past to transform into a bohemian and stylish Euro capital, Berlin astonishes with its varied distractions. Come for the multiculturalism, pulsating nightlife, eclectic neighbourhoods, architecture, and, of course, timeless historical associations. With the city as a base, plan an excursion to the World Heritage Sanssouci Park in Potsdam, or the beautiful Baltic seashore on Usedom. Don't leave Berlin without visiting the Berlin Wall Memorial, Checkpoint Charlie, or the stately Berlin Cathedral. Particularly recommended is an evening at the opera.

A night of Mozart

Set in the heart of Berlin's magnificent Charlottenburg district, Deutsche Oper Berlin has been entertaining opera lovers since 1912, and can hold a whopping 2,000 audience members at once. The orchestra performs under the baton of the legendary Donald Runnicles. Meanwhile, the house's resident opera choir has been voted 'Choir of the Year' numerous times. Come see what the fuss is all about. Non-German speakers will be pleased to note that most productions are accompanied by English surtitles. A convenient location by the U-Bahn station, spacious public areas, and reasonably priced snacks and drinks have made Deutsche Oper Berlin a hit with locals and visitors alike.

Savings galore

Ensure you're availing of all the juicy discounts offered by the Berlin WelcomeCard, whose partners span gastronomy, theatre, and culture. You can save over 50% of entrance fees at designated attractions such as Museum Island and Charlottenburg Palace. Another benefit of the card is that it lets you navigate the city's public transportation for free and chart your way to Berlin's legendary attractions. Once there, do away with endless queues and sail right in with your Berlin WelcomeCard, a loyal companion to families and culture travellers eager to make the most of their break. With one single ticket, a choice of 200 attractions awaits. Go for it!c

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