Solís Theatre (Spanish: Teatro Solís) is Uruguay's most important and renowned theatre. It opened in 1856 and the building was designed by the Italian architect Carlo Zucchi. It is located in Montevideo's Old Town, right next to the Plaza Independencia.
Adriana Florea | Mar 10, 2018
I visited the theatre on a guided tour. You can have the tour in various languages, such as: Spanish, English, French or Portuguese. On Wednesday's the guided tour is for free. The tour is very well done and offers you insights not only in the history of the theatre but of the country as well.
André Ferreira | Feb 4, 2018
Worth the visit. It's wonderful inside and outside. The tour is great! Remember to find the out about tour hours and its specific language, in order to programe yourself better.
christiane hoffmann | Feb 25, 2018
Wonderful. Very central located. Easy Access. Nice airconditioned café and Shop. Free toilet. Guided tours several times per day. Spanish and englisch. WENDSDAYS free entrance for the tour
Nacho Everywhere | Feb 22, 2018
Solis Theatre (Spanish: Teatro Solís) is Uruguay's most important and renowned theatre. It opened in 1856 and the building was designed by the Italian architect Carlo Zucchi. It is located in Montevideo's Old Town, right next to the Plaza Independencia.
Jonathan Roza Magoga | Nov 1, 2017
This is a fantastic place. It burned down many years ago, and was totally rebuilt with the most modern technology and impressive architecture. Recommended, even if for just a quick visit.
Andrew Flanagan | Apr 28, 2018
We only saw this place from outside and the entrance way so can only review this place on appearance. It's a beautiful large old building in the very heart of the city, close to Plaza Independencia and many other popular locations. Classic European architecture at first glance, adjustments have been made to keep it up to date, adding a wheelchair ramp for better access. Sadly we didn't see a performance here.
Monica Rivera | May 10, 2018
The venue is really pretty. The outside of the building is very architectural and the inside too. They have an awesome little museum shop that has a lot of variety including souvenirs and literature. They had an exposition the day I visited. The entrance was free.
Global Roamad | Apr 18, 2018
At a minimum worth taking a tour of the 3rd largest opera house in South America to get a bit the history of Uruguay and Montevideo in context, but even better if you can catch a performance.
Patricio Rymer | Jun 8, 2018
The Solis Theatre is one of my favourite buildings in the city and as a Theater is magnificent. The sound is awesome, the architecture is breathtaking and the plays that you can see there and the Operas are top of the line. U can have a guided tour for very low price, check the information on the web.
Masaba Daniel | Jun 21, 2018
Great looking theatre. Witnessed a short drama during my time there. Awesome
Paola Premuda | Jun 14, 2018
The most famous and recently renovated Solis theater is a must see in Montevideo. It is said to resemble Milan's Scala. Beautiful chandeliers and architectural details in Italian style, Solis busts with cultural activities and visitors, it offers children's plays, contemporary plays, opera, "zarzuela", and a well assorted gift shop and coffee shop.
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