Beautiful theaters around the world; Yahoo Travel Inspirations

Spain – Palau de la Música Catalana and Hospital de Sant Pau, Barcelona

Teatro la Fenice, Venice, Italy

On top of being drop-dead gorgeous, Venice’s famed opera house (above) has some serious history going for it. The theater has hosted world premieres for composers like Verdi, Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, and Stravinsky (look ‘em up, they’re legit) since it first opened in 1792. It’s also suffered a number of catastrophes-including a fire as recent as 1996-but it’s still going strong in its 223rd season.

Seebühne, Bregenz, Austria

“Seebühne” means “sea stage” in German, and it’s a fitting title, since this theater is floating on the GD water. The Bregenz Festival first began staging productions on Lake Constance in 1946, and eventually built a stage in 1950. The Seebühne now hosts everything from The Magic Flute to West Side Story, but no matter the show, you can count on some insane sets.

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