Teatro Nacional de Sao Carlos
It is a 201 year-old building opened on July 30, 1793 by Queen Maria I as a replacement for the Tejo Opera House that was destroyed by an earthquake on 1755.
The famous Jose de Costal e Silva designed it with an inspiration from two exceptional architectural work, the La Scala in Milan and the San Carlo in Naples. Operas are performed from September to June , as well as concerts and ballets.
The theatre is located in the historical center of Lisbon, in the Chiado district.
The Centro Cultural de Belem
This theater is located in the civil parish of Santa Maria de Belém and also the largest building with cultural facilities in the whole country. It played a lot of shows more than any other theatres in Lisbon.
Other than opera, ballet, symphony concerts and events being held here, it also provides spaces for conferences, exhibitions and other artistic venues, in addition to political and research congresses.
Teatro la Comedia
For those who wants to laugh this theater will be the perfect place to go. It’s the place where you can forget your troubles and laugh your hearts out.