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Visit: Palacio Barolo, Avenida de Mayo 1370, Buenos Aires C1085ABQ Argentina
Your Admission ticket includes a guided tour. The tour goes through the Palace, stopping at the most representative of the Dantesque floors, while its history is told and the meaning of all the symbols related to the Divine Comedy and the Freemasonry are disclosed. You will visit the old lighthouse and appreciate a 360 ° viewpoint; then you will visit a typical workplace from the 1920s. The tour will last approximately one hour and a half.
All of guided tours are all bilingual in Spanish and English. During the tours visitors will have to climb up six floors through tight spaces which can generate difficulties in the event of reduced mobility.
Palacio Barolo. Av de Mayo 1370. Buenos Aires
Bilingual Tour in Spanish and English
DVD, magnets, books, wines, mates and postcards (available to purchase)
Lemonade at the Salon 1923
Entry/Admission - Palacio Barolo
Food and drinks
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
Not wheelchair accessible
A current valid passport or ID is required on the day of travel
It is necessary to arrive with 15 minutes in advance because you need to show your ID in an old kiosk located in the Ground Floor, where you will redeem your entrance ticket
There is a 15 people limit during the morning tours (business days), 25 people limit during afternoon tours, holidays and Saturdays.
Near public transportation
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
This place has very interesting story behind the architecture. The building itself is gorgeous and worth a view if you are in the area however if pressed for time, you can just walk by to take a quick peek inside.
I read the reviews and the ad and thought it would a different tour.
It's a landmark and has some interesting trivia about it but sure not delivers the mystery the tour promises.
It's very expensive for Buenos Aires.
You go up as the tour...More