Off topic: Who been to Staats Oper in Wien? Advice badly needed
Thread poster: danya
| | danya
Local time: 23:29
English to Russian
The places in the 2nd row in the boxes, the so-called "with obstructed view" - how obstructed is the view actually? Can one see anth at all from there? I seen the pictures on the site, but nothing compares to actual experience.
| | Inga Petkelyte
Local time: 21:29
Lithuanian to Portuguese
I guess they mean the columns might be in the area of your view which means you might not get the full panoramic view. You might need extending your neck rather sitting comfortably
I got my tickets just on spot and those were standing ones but I'm happy I risked: at first, we were sitting on the stairs between rows and had a perfect view even if in the veeery end of the rows; later, we took someone's seats that wouldn't show up.
In general, the impressions are just the best which I wish to you, too.
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Who been to Staats Oper in Wien? Advice badly needed
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