Starting from the Solar Gate Square, about 300 meters west along Calle Arenal, the Church of Saint Sines can be seen on the left. There are many chocolate shops and second-hand bookstores in the lane of Saint Sines beside the church, which still maintain the style of Spanish Romanticism. Turn right here, not far from the famous barefoot monastery of the Royal family. It is a beautiful religious building, in which the art collection is a witness of the prosperity of the Habsburg dynasty. Walking West to Isabel II Square, you can see the magnificent building of the Royal Theatre. From the square north to Calle Bola Street, right in front of the intersection is the Restorer's Monastery, which used to be the office of the religious tribunal. Turn left and walk about 100 meters along Bora Street. The monastery is another important Royal religious building in Madrid. Every year on July 27, the miracle exhibition attracts a large number of believers. To the south of the monastery is the Oriental Square, where you can see another facade of the Royal Theatre.
The Royal Opera House is near the Madrid Palace. This is Madrid's most luxurious opera house. It was built in the mid-nineteenth century and was not completed until the 1990s. It is now Madrid's most important opera house, often with large performances. If you don't come here to see the performance, the opera house is also very beautiful and worth seeing. Recommend!
The Royal Opera House of Madrid, located in the Oriental Square, is one of the world's famous opera houses. The Opera House is moderate in appearance, beautiful in interior decoration, and expensive in admission fees. It is slightly more expensive than Austria's golden hall. Therefore, it did not go in to enjoy it and took pictures outside.
The National Opera House is built in Madrid's Oriental Square, adjacent to the Palace. Since its opening, its history has been constantly changing, and political changes have also affected its construction and subsequent decoration. As a building commemorating Queen Isabel II, the Royal Theatre has become the most luxurious opera house in the Spanish capital.
Madrid Royal Opera House, on the car. As a state-designated monumental building, it was built on the Oriental Square in Madrid. Since the opening of the Royal Theatre in 1850, its history has been constantly changing, and political changes have also affected its construction and subsequent decoration. Reopening in 1977, the Royal Theatre became the most luxurious opera house in the Spanish capital as a memorial to Queen Isabel II.