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The tickets to tour the inside of the casa rosada are only available two weeks in advance. They only offer one tour in English at 12:30 the rest it is in Spanish. The entrance is in the main front gate as they will call by...More
Go to see the Casa Rosada in all it’s glory. Really special and elegant. A genuine thrill. There were not that many people there when we went at 4pm, so go and have a really personal experience, without the crowds.
Buenos Aires' iconic pink governmental palace. Witness to much of the city's history, it was from the balconies of the Casa Rosada that Juan and “Evita” Perón addressed the masses during the late 1940s and early 1950s.
The Casa Rosada was constructed on the site...More
We visited on a Sunday and could no go in, was still great to take some pics and see where eva made here speech. If you can not go in stop by at night as its beautifully lit for pictures us there is less people.
It's a historic important building and well known for the Evita speech.
On Saturdays they have tours, which you have to sign up for at least 2 weeks in advance.
It sits at the main plaza, with other important buildings. The biggest highlight of BA.
Buenos Aires is full of history centred around Eva Peron and this Casa Rosada (pink house) is no exception, having the balcony where Eva Peron & Juan made their speech to the people. It is located in the Plaza De Mayo & across the road...More
One of the highlights of a visit to the city, is to stand outside the Casa Rosada. You can have organised tours inside of the house, which has a museum of artifacts, and impressive rooms, but no photos allowed.
This museum opens at 10.00 most days and is free, or was when we visited. It consists of a history of Argentina and much of it is in Spanish and without English explanations. However is consists of several areas with film and whilst sometimes difficult...More