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Buenos Aires: Palacio Barolo Entry Ticket and Guided Tour

Buenos Aires: Palacio Barolo Entry Ticket and Guided Tour

Discover the enchanting world of Palacio Barolo, an architectural masterpiece nestled in the heart of Buenos Aires. This iconic building, inspired by Dante Alighieri's 'Divine Comedy,' is a testament to the city's rich history and cultural heritage. Show your ticket at the entrance and begin to explore its intricately designed interiors. Be transported to a bygone era, where art, literature, and architecture converge in a harmonious symphony. Be enveloped in a captivating atmosphere where art and literature converge. See how the palace's interiors are adorned with exquisite Art Nouveau and Art Deco elements, offering visitors a glimpse into the opulence of the early 20th century. Explore its lavishly decorated halls and corridors, each a testament to the architect's vision and attention to detail. scend to its grand lighthouse, located at the summit. This beacon, once the tallest structure in South America, provides an unparalleled vantage point from which to admire panoramic vistas of Buenos Aires. The 360-degree views encompass iconic landmarks, bustling streets, and the vast expanse of the city. Whether you're an architecture aficionado, a history buff, or simply seeking a unique experience, a visit to Palacio Barolo promises to be an unforgettable journey through time and culture.

Palacio Barolo Guided Tour During Nightime + Wine

Palacio Barolo Guided Tour During Nightime + Wine

Discover the enchanting world of Palacio Barolo during nightime, an architectural masterpiece nestled in the heart of Buenos Aires. This iconic building, inspired by Dante Alighieri's 'Divine Comedy,' is a testament to the city's rich history and cultural heritage. As you explore its intricately designed interiors, you'll be transported to a bygone era, where art, literature, and architecture converge in a harmonious symphony. As you step inside, you'll be enveloped in a captivating atmosphere where art and literature converge. The palace's interiors are adorned with exquisite Art Nouveau and Art Deco elements, offering visitors a glimpse into the opulence of the early 20th century. Explore its lavishly decorated halls and corridors, each a testament to the architect's vision and attention to detail. The true highlight of the Palacio Barolo experience is the ascent to its grand lighthouse, located at the summit. This beacon, once the tallest structure in South America, provides an unparalleled vantage point from which to admire panoramic vistas of Buenos Aires. The 360-degree views encompass iconic landmarks, bustling streets, and the vast expanse of the city. Whether you're an architecture aficionado, a history buff, or simply seeking a unique experience, a visit to Palacio Barolo promises to be an unforgettable journey through time and culture. The tour concludes with a visit to the Museum Section to relive the golden 1920s while enjoying a glass of red wine 'Palacio Barolo' or white wine 'Beatrice Portinari'. ---- Please be aware before booking that during the tour, you will ascend 14 floors by elevator, and the final 8 floors must be climbed by stairs, passing through narrow spaces. (After booking, we will contact you to send you your ticket and request further details.) Due to limited availability, we encourage you to book your tickets a few days in advance. Tickets from one day to the next are usually not available and will oblige us to cancel your booking. Therefore, if possible, book the tour a few days ahead. Thanks!

Buenos Aires: Full-Day Walking Tour

Buenos Aires: Full-Day Walking Tour

Start the tour in San Telmo, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, and boasts a vibrant tango and arts scene. Its antique markets, street lighting (known as "faroles"), cobblestones, old buildings, and original decor add to the unique bohemian atmosphere of the place. Sundays are the busiest days as the street market comes to life around Plaza Dorrego. Explore the San Telmo market and browse through the shops selling meat, vegetables, and other groceries. Most of them offer local gastronomy and specialties from all over the world. You will also taste some delicious empanadas. Continue along Defensa Street, in the heart of the San Telmo neighborhood, and reach the park. Take the bus to La Boca neighborhood, known for the Boca Juniors stadium and the colorful Caminito Street. Be enchanted by street tango dancing and singing performances and learn how tango, soccer, and different immigration influences have made Buenos Aires one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Onboard another bus, enjoy the views of the modern skyscrapers of Puerto Madero until you reach the Plaza de Mayo, the main square of Buenos Aires, and the political heart of Argentina. Visit the Metropolitan Cathedral and observe the Cabildo, the colonial City Hall, and the Casa Rosada, the seat of the executive power. After touring the square, head to the Obelisk, a symbol of Buenos Aires. Be a part of this incredible metropolis, going through the real experience of the daily life of an Argentine citizen, and walk along the lively 9 de Julio Avenue, the widest avenue in the world. Historical buildings, monuments, and streets will show the changes that the city has undergone since its foundation. Arrive in the Recoleta neighborhood by subway and see beautiful architecture, a large number of museums, elegant cafes and restaurants, exclusive avenues, and shopping malls. Visit the impressive Recoleta Cemetery, the resting place of most of the aristocratic families of the country and of well-known historical figures such as Eva Duarte Perón.

Historic Buenos Aires: Outdoor Escape Game

Historic Buenos Aires: Outdoor Escape Game

The city game starts at Casa Rosada. It will take you around 1.5 hours to complete and you can also explore at your own pace: pause the game and resume anytime from the location where you paused it. You will finish at Confitería del Molino. As you solve challenges, the story unfolds and exact directions on your phone will guide you to the next location. Ready for an adventure? After your booking you will receive an email with instructions on how to download and play the game on your phone. You can play on your own, in a large group or in several smaller groups that compete against each other and meet at the final stop of the game. We recommend that each user purchases a ticket for an optimal experience, although several people can share a phone. You will visit the following locations: • Casa Rosada • La Piramide de Mayo • La Catedral Metropolitana • Galerias Guemes • Cabildo • San Ignacio de Loyola Church/Manzana de las Luces • Statue of Julio A. Roca • Casa de la Cultura (Edificio La Prensa - The Press) • London City Cafe • Cafe Tortoni • 9 de Julio • Palacio Barolo • Congreso de la Nación • Confiteria del Morino

Buenos Aires Private Custom City Tour

Buenos Aires Private Custom City Tour

Prepare for the tour of your dreams, as you are the one who is in charge of your itinerary. If you are in need of suggestions, your private guide will always be present to assist you. Begin your day with a visit to Plaza de Mayo with the Casa Rosada, the executive office of the President of Argentina. Afterwards, pay a visit to the Metropolitan Cathedral, the main Catholic church of the city, that happens to overlook Plaza de Mayo. You can view the National Colon Theater and observe the ballet memorial statue that awaits outside. Once you have completed your visit here, you can head to San Telmo, one of the oldest and most preserved neighborhoods in the city. Next, visit the port La Boca, where the first Italian immigrants lived. It's famous for its picturesque and colorful architecture, as well as the museum “Caminito”. Afterwards, walk around La Recoleta, an exclusive area of the city, famous for the cemetery that holds buried famous figures of Argentinian history, such as Evita, and wealthy families of past centuries. ( Admission fee not included) During your visit, you are welcome to make stops for free time, including lunch. At the end of your day, your guide will bring you back to your accommodation and advise you on further visits, suggesting shopping locations and eating places if you wish.

Full Day Buenos Aires City Tour and Airport Transfer

Full Day Buenos Aires City Tour and Airport Transfer

See all the essential landmarks of Buenos Aires on a sightseeing tour with a personal touch. Hear the history of Argentina and learn more about its social and cultural issues along the way. Marvel at the monumental Casa Rosada on Plaza de Mayo, where you can also see the impressive Metropolitan Cathedral. Make your way to Teatro Colón to look at the memorial statue outside the elegant opera house. Enter the enchanting San Telmo area and explore one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. Discover where Italian immigrants first settled in the colorful La Boca district, famous for the brightly painted houses on the Caminito. Stroll around the upmarket La Recoleta neighborhood, known for its cemetery where prominent figures from Argentina are laid to rest. (Admission fee not included) Benefit from a flexible itinerary with free time for lunch, and get dropped off at Ezeize International Airport in time to catch your onward flight.

Free Walking Tour of Buenos Aires

Free Walking Tour of Buenos Aires

Free Walking Tour of Buenos Aires At the time indicated, we'll meet in the heart of the coastal city. From here, we'll start this free tour of Buenos Aires that will last 2 hours and will take us to uncover the history of the capital of Argentina. We'll start this walking tour at Plaza de Mayo, one of the most famous areas in South America, where the Declaration of the Independence of Argentina took place. Here, you can find the famous Casa Rosada, the government HQ. On this balcony, Evita Perón sang Don't Cry For Me Argentina. You'll love it! Then, we'll head to the majestic Avenida de Mayo, filled with European charm that will take us back in time. Here, we'll admire the impressive architecture of centenary buildings and delve into the history hidden behind their walls. As we continue our route, we'll admire other monuments, such as the cathedral, the beautiful La Prensa building, the Obelisco, and the Café Tortoni. You'll love these historic buildings! Finally, we'll arrive at the National Congress of Argentina, a symbol of Argentinian democracy and transcendental moments in the country's history. The Congress is located on one of the prettiest squares in the capital. From here, we'll pass places like Barolo Palace and the Mural of Evita Perón, where we'll learn the fascinating story of one of Argentina's most famous women. We'll end this free tour of the historic centre of Buenos Aires, saying our goodbyes outside the Congress. See you soon!

Buenos Aires Full-Day City Tour

Buenos Aires Full-Day City Tour

Prepare for the tour of your dreams, as you are the one to set the itinerary. If you are in need of suggestions, your private guide will be present to assist you.  Begin the day with a visit to Plaza de Mayo with the Casa Rosada, the executive office of the President of Argentina. Afterwards, pay a visit to the Metropolitan Cathedral, the main Catholic church of the city, that happens to overlook Plaza de Mayo. View the National Colon Theater and observe the ballet memorial statue that awaits outside. Once you have completed your visit there, head to San Telmo, one of the oldest and most preserved neighborhoods. Next, visit the port La Boca, where the first Italian immigrants lived. It's famous for its picturesque and colorful architecture and the museum “Caminito”. Afterwards, walk around La Recoleta, an exclusive area of the city, famous for the cemetery that holds buried famous figures of Argentinian history and wealthy families of past centuries. (Admission fee not included) During the visit, you are welcome to make stops for free time including lunch. At the end of your day, the guide will bring you back to your accommodations and advise you on further visits and suggest shopping locations and eating places if you wish.

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires

Our most recommended Palacio Barolo Tours

Buenos Aires: Palacio Barolo Entry Ticket and Guided Tour

Buenos Aires: Palacio Barolo Entry Ticket and Guided Tour

Discover the enchanting world of Palacio Barolo, an architectural masterpiece nestled in the heart of Buenos Aires. This iconic building, inspired by Dante Alighieri's 'Divine Comedy,' is a testament to the city's rich history and cultural heritage. Show your ticket at the entrance and begin to explore its intricately designed interiors. Be transported to a bygone era, where art, literature, and architecture converge in a harmonious symphony. Be enveloped in a captivating atmosphere where art and literature converge. See how the palace's interiors are adorned with exquisite Art Nouveau and Art Deco elements, offering visitors a glimpse into the opulence of the early 20th century. Explore its lavishly decorated halls and corridors, each a testament to the architect's vision and attention to detail. scend to its grand lighthouse, located at the summit. This beacon, once the tallest structure in South America, provides an unparalleled vantage point from which to admire panoramic vistas of Buenos Aires. The 360-degree views encompass iconic landmarks, bustling streets, and the vast expanse of the city. Whether you're an architecture aficionado, a history buff, or simply seeking a unique experience, a visit to Palacio Barolo promises to be an unforgettable journey through time and culture.

Palacio Barolo Guided Tour During Nightime + Wine

Palacio Barolo Guided Tour During Nightime + Wine

Discover the enchanting world of Palacio Barolo during nightime, an architectural masterpiece nestled in the heart of Buenos Aires. This iconic building, inspired by Dante Alighieri's 'Divine Comedy,' is a testament to the city's rich history and cultural heritage. As you explore its intricately designed interiors, you'll be transported to a bygone era, where art, literature, and architecture converge in a harmonious symphony. As you step inside, you'll be enveloped in a captivating atmosphere where art and literature converge. The palace's interiors are adorned with exquisite Art Nouveau and Art Deco elements, offering visitors a glimpse into the opulence of the early 20th century. Explore its lavishly decorated halls and corridors, each a testament to the architect's vision and attention to detail. The true highlight of the Palacio Barolo experience is the ascent to its grand lighthouse, located at the summit. This beacon, once the tallest structure in South America, provides an unparalleled vantage point from which to admire panoramic vistas of Buenos Aires. The 360-degree views encompass iconic landmarks, bustling streets, and the vast expanse of the city. Whether you're an architecture aficionado, a history buff, or simply seeking a unique experience, a visit to Palacio Barolo promises to be an unforgettable journey through time and culture. The tour concludes with a visit to the Museum Section to relive the golden 1920s while enjoying a glass of red wine 'Palacio Barolo' or white wine 'Beatrice Portinari'. ---- Please be aware before booking that during the tour, you will ascend 14 floors by elevator, and the final 8 floors must be climbed by stairs, passing through narrow spaces. (After booking, we will contact you to send you your ticket and request further details.) Due to limited availability, we encourage you to book your tickets a few days in advance. Tickets from one day to the next are usually not available and will oblige us to cancel your booking. Therefore, if possible, book the tour a few days ahead. Thanks!

Buenos Aires: Full-Day Walking Tour

Buenos Aires: Full-Day Walking Tour

Start the tour in San Telmo, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires, and boasts a vibrant tango and arts scene. Its antique markets, street lighting (known as "faroles"), cobblestones, old buildings, and original decor add to the unique bohemian atmosphere of the place. Sundays are the busiest days as the street market comes to life around Plaza Dorrego. Explore the San Telmo market and browse through the shops selling meat, vegetables, and other groceries. Most of them offer local gastronomy and specialties from all over the world. You will also taste some delicious empanadas. Continue along Defensa Street, in the heart of the San Telmo neighborhood, and reach the park. Take the bus to La Boca neighborhood, known for the Boca Juniors stadium and the colorful Caminito Street. Be enchanted by street tango dancing and singing performances and learn how tango, soccer, and different immigration influences have made Buenos Aires one of the most vibrant cities in the world. Onboard another bus, enjoy the views of the modern skyscrapers of Puerto Madero until you reach the Plaza de Mayo, the main square of Buenos Aires, and the political heart of Argentina. Visit the Metropolitan Cathedral and observe the Cabildo, the colonial City Hall, and the Casa Rosada, the seat of the executive power. After touring the square, head to the Obelisk, a symbol of Buenos Aires. Be a part of this incredible metropolis, going through the real experience of the daily life of an Argentine citizen, and walk along the lively 9 de Julio Avenue, the widest avenue in the world. Historical buildings, monuments, and streets will show the changes that the city has undergone since its foundation. Arrive in the Recoleta neighborhood by subway and see beautiful architecture, a large number of museums, elegant cafes and restaurants, exclusive avenues, and shopping malls. Visit the impressive Recoleta Cemetery, the resting place of most of the aristocratic families of the country and of well-known historical figures such as Eva Duarte Perón.

Historic Buenos Aires: Outdoor Escape Game

Historic Buenos Aires: Outdoor Escape Game

The city game starts at Casa Rosada. It will take you around 1.5 hours to complete and you can also explore at your own pace: pause the game and resume anytime from the location where you paused it. You will finish at Confitería del Molino. As you solve challenges, the story unfolds and exact directions on your phone will guide you to the next location. Ready for an adventure? After your booking you will receive an email with instructions on how to download and play the game on your phone. You can play on your own, in a large group or in several smaller groups that compete against each other and meet at the final stop of the game. We recommend that each user purchases a ticket for an optimal experience, although several people can share a phone. You will visit the following locations: • Casa Rosada • La Piramide de Mayo • La Catedral Metropolitana • Galerias Guemes • Cabildo • San Ignacio de Loyola Church/Manzana de las Luces • Statue of Julio A. Roca • Casa de la Cultura (Edificio La Prensa - The Press) • London City Cafe • Cafe Tortoni • 9 de Julio • Palacio Barolo • Congreso de la Nación • Confiteria del Morino

Buenos Aires Private Custom City Tour

Buenos Aires Private Custom City Tour

Prepare for the tour of your dreams, as you are the one who is in charge of your itinerary. If you are in need of suggestions, your private guide will always be present to assist you. Begin your day with a visit to Plaza de Mayo with the Casa Rosada, the executive office of the President of Argentina. Afterwards, pay a visit to the Metropolitan Cathedral, the main Catholic church of the city, that happens to overlook Plaza de Mayo. You can view the National Colon Theater and observe the ballet memorial statue that awaits outside. Once you have completed your visit here, you can head to San Telmo, one of the oldest and most preserved neighborhoods in the city. Next, visit the port La Boca, where the first Italian immigrants lived. It's famous for its picturesque and colorful architecture, as well as the museum “Caminito”. Afterwards, walk around La Recoleta, an exclusive area of the city, famous for the cemetery that holds buried famous figures of Argentinian history, such as Evita, and wealthy families of past centuries. ( Admission fee not included) During your visit, you are welcome to make stops for free time, including lunch. At the end of your day, your guide will bring you back to your accommodation and advise you on further visits, suggesting shopping locations and eating places if you wish.

Full Day Buenos Aires City Tour and Airport Transfer

Full Day Buenos Aires City Tour and Airport Transfer

See all the essential landmarks of Buenos Aires on a sightseeing tour with a personal touch. Hear the history of Argentina and learn more about its social and cultural issues along the way. Marvel at the monumental Casa Rosada on Plaza de Mayo, where you can also see the impressive Metropolitan Cathedral. Make your way to Teatro Colón to look at the memorial statue outside the elegant opera house. Enter the enchanting San Telmo area and explore one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city. Discover where Italian immigrants first settled in the colorful La Boca district, famous for the brightly painted houses on the Caminito. Stroll around the upmarket La Recoleta neighborhood, known for its cemetery where prominent figures from Argentina are laid to rest. (Admission fee not included) Benefit from a flexible itinerary with free time for lunch, and get dropped off at Ezeize International Airport in time to catch your onward flight.

Free Walking Tour of Buenos Aires

Free Walking Tour of Buenos Aires

Free Walking Tour of Buenos Aires At the time indicated, we'll meet in the heart of the coastal city. From here, we'll start this free tour of Buenos Aires that will last 2 hours and will take us to uncover the history of the capital of Argentina. We'll start this walking tour at Plaza de Mayo, one of the most famous areas in South America, where the Declaration of the Independence of Argentina took place. Here, you can find the famous Casa Rosada, the government HQ. On this balcony, Evita Perón sang Don't Cry For Me Argentina. You'll love it! Then, we'll head to the majestic Avenida de Mayo, filled with European charm that will take us back in time. Here, we'll admire the impressive architecture of centenary buildings and delve into the history hidden behind their walls. As we continue our route, we'll admire other monuments, such as the cathedral, the beautiful La Prensa building, the Obelisco, and the Café Tortoni. You'll love these historic buildings! Finally, we'll arrive at the National Congress of Argentina, a symbol of Argentinian democracy and transcendental moments in the country's history. The Congress is located on one of the prettiest squares in the capital. From here, we'll pass places like Barolo Palace and the Mural of Evita Perón, where we'll learn the fascinating story of one of Argentina's most famous women. We'll end this free tour of the historic centre of Buenos Aires, saying our goodbyes outside the Congress. See you soon!

Buenos Aires Full-Day City Tour

Buenos Aires Full-Day City Tour

Prepare for the tour of your dreams, as you are the one to set the itinerary. If you are in need of suggestions, your private guide will be present to assist you.  Begin the day with a visit to Plaza de Mayo with the Casa Rosada, the executive office of the President of Argentina. Afterwards, pay a visit to the Metropolitan Cathedral, the main Catholic church of the city, that happens to overlook Plaza de Mayo. View the National Colon Theater and observe the ballet memorial statue that awaits outside. Once you have completed your visit there, head to San Telmo, one of the oldest and most preserved neighborhoods. Next, visit the port La Boca, where the first Italian immigrants lived. It's famous for its picturesque and colorful architecture and the museum “Caminito”. Afterwards, walk around La Recoleta, an exclusive area of the city, famous for the cemetery that holds buried famous figures of Argentinian history and wealthy families of past centuries. (Admission fee not included) During the visit, you are welcome to make stops for free time including lunch. At the end of your day, the guide will bring you back to your accommodations and advise you on further visits and suggest shopping locations and eating places if you wish.

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4.8
(56 reviews)

A historic building modeled on the Dante poem "A Divine Comedy" with a fantastic view and the night tour is highly recommended including 100-year-old functioning elevator technology from Switzerland with lattice doors.

I just loved the opportunity to see this grand building from the inside and to learn more about its history. The guide was very knowledgeable. Highly recommended.

I enjoyed the city tour. The guide provide a lot of information. Everything went smoothly. I recommend it :)

I really like the tour and Karen was the best guide you can imagine! We had a really good time.

I would like to give a tip to the Guide if possible