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English speaking tours are infrequent. Ours was at 3:30 on a Thursday. Four ppl are required, or you have the option of paying for 4 admissions even if you are fewer in number. It was well worth the hour we spent there.
One of the iconic palaces in Buenos Aires, the biggest private residence in America and the second in the world, after one in France.
It is a luxurious palace, now headquarters of the Military Circle.
There are guided visits, that it's worth visiting.
You can visit the palace with a guided tour, which is totally recommendable since in that way you can know better about everything the building has, and everything that happened in there. It is not expensive at all and is money well spent. THe tours...More
Ornate home in the center of town with an outstanding dome in the main room. Perhaps due to the economy, they were not running any air conditioning, and it was uncomfortable on a hot, humid day. I think they run the English tour once a...More
We wanted to visit the place and were informed (in a very rude way) that the visit was only possible, with a guide at 3pm.
We were with kids and I speak Spanish so I asked him to be more gentle. He answered me he...More
A must-see in B.A., even to just admire this amazing building from the outside! Truly an architectural masterpiece. When they compare B.A. to Paris, this is one example why. Stunning beauty that should not be missed.
The second best thing we saw in Buenos Aires after Tango was the Palacio Paz. Since the only way to see it is through guided tours and we could not make it to the English language tour, we settled for the Spanish language tour -...More
We took a tour on a Saturday. The tour guide was excellent. Explained everything in detail. Soooo beautiful!!! The history is amazing and building is gorgeous. Several movies and videos have been filmed here. It is a MUST SEE. Puts into perspective Buenos Aires golden...More
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Please check directly with Palacio Paz. We have gone on a Saturday. The woman that was our guide is the guide on a Youtube video. Very good tour! Please remember that January & February and part of March are vacation months... More
Please check directly with Palacio Paz. We have gone on a Saturday. The woman that was our guide is the guide on a Youtube video. Very good tour! Please remember that January & February and part of March are vacation months for Argentina, so they might be shorter staffed.If they don't have a group tour, they might have private tour guide. If you are really interested, I would go and view the location, it is beautiful! If I remember correctly, they have handout material in english so that you can figure it out. Hope this was helpful!