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Palacio Legislativo

Av. de las Leyes s/n, Montevideo 11800, Uruguay
712.02.84
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Av. de las Leyes s/n, Montevideo 11800, Uruguay
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Construction started at beginning of 1900, inauguration in 1925, now a monumental place. Best parliament building, great photos, best place if you want to lose your steps in the ''Pasos perdidos'' chamber and others. Be impressed by the surroundings of the beautiful materials and the...More

Thank Marie-Jeanne V
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is an enormous structure with interesting and ornate decors. Its construction started in 1904, designed by architects V. Meano and G. Moretti. The sculptor, J. Bellini created numerous allegorical sculptures to the building. The guide mentioned that the interior is made of marble. We...More

Thank Zoraida J
Reviewed 1 week ago

Such a beautiful place. If you want to go to Uruguay, you need to go to this place. You can take a lot of beautiful pictures there.

Thank Francine M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Palacio Legislativo was inaugurated on Aug. 24, 1925, this coincided with the centennial of the country’s Declaration of Independence. In 1975, the Legislative Palace was declared a National Historic Monument. The impressive palace was designed in a neoclassical style; no expense was spared in...More

Thank Dan L
Reviewed 21 April 2017

Amazing that in today's world of political insecurity it is still possible to walk into a national parlement and take photo's freely! The most difficult part of the visit is to get parking, but apart from a few policemen standing about and the official serimonial...More

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Reviewed 19 April 2017 via mobile

Excellent and very interesting . Highly recomendé to do with a guide in language you understand . Try not to miss it

Thank jeanniefontaina
Reviewed 6 April 2017

I was taken here on a tour of the city and was fortunate enough then to join a tour of the building. It is a fine building to visit both inside and out but sadly we did not get into the actual legislative chambers.

Thank Ivor M
Reviewed 2 April 2017

This magnificent Legislative Palace is considered to be one of the 3 most beautiful legislative buildings in the World. It has an ornate marble interior that should not be missed (subject to availability).

2  Thank Eddiemack
Reviewed 30 March 2017

beautiful building, many interesting details (library, all in the country existing ornamental stones are used, lots of vitraux-art) and last but not least an interesting guided tour for who wants to know more about the history of the parliament and how the politic works in...More

Thank SCHERRAUS
Reviewed 27 March 2017

While the outside is rather impressive, the inside is well worth a visit. The different colours of marble and the beautifully decorated ceiling and walls are testament to how wealthy Uruguay once was.

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AlvaroGustavoDiaz
Hello, My name is Gustavo Diaz. I was born in Montevideo Uruguay and raised in U.S.A. I would like to move back permanently to Uruguay but I do not know anything about Uruguay. Is there any service that can assist me in finding my family in Barrio Obrero La Union ? and, or help me find a permanent apartment for me and my family ? I am currently a English Teacher here in China. If you can also recommend a English School for Employment. That would be greatly appreciated, thank you very much. I hope to be back in my country within the next 2 months. Gracias, y que Dios los bendiga....Gustavo Diaz
22 April 2017|
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Response from Tatiana K | Reviewed this property |
Gustavo tu mejor opción es acercarte a la Embajada de Uruguay y pedir ayuda y Orientacion , para que te ayuden a buscar a tus familiares. Colegios hay latino americano y creo que con programa americano, el Instituto... More
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MarshaMello
Hello - can you tell me how you booked the tour of the Palacio Legislativo? Thanks for your help!
28 June 2016|
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Response from handyReading | Reviewed this property |
Hi we just turned up and went inside and bought the tickets. The tours are timed so it may be as well to check out their website. Our tour was in Spanish although the lady could speak some English. They gave us leaflets in... More
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Viniciuscfc
Olá, estou indo no início de dezembro e tenho algumas dúvidas a respeito da visita guiada ao Palácio Legislativo. - Para a visita guiada preciso reservar/comprar a visita com antecedência ou posso chegar na hora? - Qual o tempo médio da visita guiada? Grato, Vinícius
22 November 2016|
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Response from Jackfbarro | Reviewed this property |
Horário de 10:30 as 15:30. As visitas acontecem de 2a à 6a, em espanhol, inglês e português Não deixe de ir no Mercado Agricola Montevideo que fica a +- dois quarteirões de lá, tem uma tangerina ou mexerica sem caroço... More
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