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We did not go into this building but saw it from outside, it is architecturally “ interesting”. Our guide described it as a building with a rocket on top, and after seeing it -I must agree! It apparently had a twin in Buenos Aires which...More
A nice hour-long one to go up & down the Building by switching back & forth between the elevator & the beautiful marble stairway (with sections in different colors of like white, gray & reddish-brown), the "exciting part" of this tour was pretty much right...More
We loved the history of this building, once the tallest in South America. Despite what is said in various reviews and posts, you CAN take a tour. There is a kiosk right at the Tango museum. A tour was U$250pp and lasted nearly and hour....More
The tour was good and my guide was very well informed and friendly, but I was disappointed not to see more of the upper sections or to learn more specific historical information / stories, and so I felt the price was quite high for what...More
Built between 1925 and 1928, it was , on the time the highest building in South America.
A guide visit is made dailly. It is necessary to book to participate at.
The stile neoclassico, the decor and the beauty uf the architecture, are of a...More
Palacio Salvo is striking building in Montevideo. It's odd shape is a symbol of the city. Tours are available and worth a go. The guides fill you up with great stories and legends of this old but beautiful landmark. You can visit several floors, check...More
To visit this place, there are couple of different ways to do so. There is a short tour that will take you to the mirador at the top and the rooftop on the 11th floor. This is with a guide, giving you interesting information. This...More
I have visited both the Palacio Salvo (MV) and its twin the Palacio Barolo in BA.
Smiley and welcoming guide & staff
Was unimpressed with rest of tour having previously visited the Palacio Barolo in Buenos Aires which has a fantastic...More