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Palacio Barolo is a landmark office building, located at 1370 Avenida de Mayo, in the neighborhood of Montserrat, Buenos Aires, Argentina. It stood as Buenos Aires' tallest building for more than a decade until the construction of the Kavanagh Building in 1936. Its twin brother, Palacio Salvo, is a building designed and erected in Eclectic style, built by the same architect in Montevideo.
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A diamond in Buenos Aires. The guides are very friendly and they speak multiple languages during the tour. Book a tour one hour before sunset. You will end at the top of the palace with an extraordinary view of the city. A recommendation!
Must-see in Buenos Aires.Extraordinary building,we recommend the sunset-tour at 5pm,highlight ist the lighthouse on top,when you watch the sunset from a glass-cage 100m above the city.Fantastic guide.
Edificio de oficinas con más de 100 años de antigüedad ubicado en pleno porteño. Edificado por el empresario textil Luigi Barolo, es un clásico de la arquitectura de la ciudad de Buenos Aires que puede visitarse y recorrerse gracias a guías totalmente preparados para la labor. Conocer este edificio y sus detalles es recorrer parte de la historia del crecimiento de la capital, de manera que es totalmente recomendable visitarlo.
Really interesting building in the heart of BA. Designed with Dante's Divine comedy in mind. The tour takes you from hell to heaven, where you get a fantastic view of the city.
Book this tour! Especially the one around sunset so you get the best view of BA that exists! The symbolism of this building is so engrained that even its street number has meaning. The guide was very considerate as I was the only Spanish speaker and took great care in ensuring that I wasn’t left behind and kept informed of every detail.
Take the tour! The building is magnificent and has an intriguing history behind it: it was built in 1923 in the Art Nuveau style, and it’s inspired in the different levels of Dante’s inferno. It’s stunning. Oh, fair warning: to fully see it you need to walk a lot of stairs, so take that into consideration if you have elderly people or wheelchairs in your party.
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It connects history, culture, literature and architecture perfectly. Really enjoy the visit!
Beautiful building with fantastic architecture. The view in the top floor is stunning. Try the special tour for taking photos.
Amazing tour. Must-see if you're into architecture, history and culture. Jaw dropping climbs up very narrow stairs. Tell me if your heart doesn't jump when you get to the highest point of the building
Beautiful building with varying guided tours. Easy access.
Great views of Buenos Aires!! The tour was just ok...
I'm trying to educate you, to broaden your minds. I know you're not open to epiphany not religious or insight not preordained. At least you will know what you labor so hard to harm. A friend of mine once called me una cucaracha. I can endure anything.
Kind of interesting but could've been shorter. Don't go if you're claustrophobic or afraid of heights.
Went on a 1.5 hour tour to learn more about the history of the building and see the architectural details of the place. The tour guide is very knowledgeable and does both Spanish and English tour. Also get to go to the tower to enjoy an aerial view of the city. Definitely worth a visit!