Discover 120 of the most beautiful, most interesting and best preserved historic theatre buildings in Europe on the European Route of Historic Theatres. These theatres can be visited during the day: see them for yourself and experience the history of Europe from the Renaissance to the 20th century.
To make it convenient for you, the European Route of Historic Theatres is devided into 12 part routes, each spanning one or several countries, and each connecting about a dozen theatres. Whether you make a journey along an entire route or pick two or three theatres for a week-end or visit just one theatre when you are in the area - you will always enjoy history in its most beautiful form.
From Mediterranean Sea to Balkan Mountains: the theaters of the southern Slavs
From the midlands to the Baltic sea - theatres in four nations
Old cities, new destinations: the Black Sea experience
From music hall to opera house, from workers’ theatre to theatre royal
Very private, very public: theatres of the Habsburg Empire
From the Pope to the Maltese Knights: a theatrical education tripmore
Only here: the last Renaissance theatres – and all that followed
Not only lakes, fjords and forests: historic theatres in the Nordic countries