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Teatro Real de Copenhague

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Jesper Bisgaard
Jesper Bisgaard
August 31, 2018
The royal theater in Copenhagen is also a thing I highly recommend. Sometimes they offer Brunch and ballet Saturdays for barely nothing and then sit inside the teater with your little acquired brunch and chitchat as the artists practice and rehearse for the upcoming shows and the director explains…
Lisbeth
Lisbeth
October 27, 2019
The Royal Danish Theatre's Old Stage: The Royal Theatre in Copenhagen has graced the Kongens Nytorv Square since 1748. The theatre has guest many famous persons where Søren Kierkegaard was a frequent guest at The Royal Theatre, where he heard Mozart's Don Juan.
Karen Svarre
Karen Svarre
August 18, 2019
The Royal Danish Theatre's Old Stage The Royal Theatre in Copenhagen has graced the Kongens Nytorv Square since 1748. The theatre has guest many famous persons where Søren Kierkegaard was a frequent guest at The Royal Theatre, where he heard Mozart's Don Juan. The Royal Theatre's has three main…
Sussie
Sussie
October 30, 2018
The old scene by Kongens Nytorv is a lovely and old place to see a play.
Sarah
Sarah
June 10, 2019
or a more traditional experience we have to extend our warmest recommendations to the Danish Royal Theater and particularly the historical and palatial Old Stage located at Kgs. Nytorv. Performances include world-class ballet and opera and it’s a good idea to book tickets in advance.

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9 Kongens Nytorv
København K, 1050
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