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This is a must see on a trip to Buenos Aires. Easily accessible by subway, it might be a real thrill if you could see it up a little closer. My sister was here 4 years ago and said it was under renovation. As of...More
This is not the President’s home.... it is the seat of government that includes the President’s office. (Only one president actually lived here briefly.) Located at the East end of the Plaza de Mayo, you cannot miss this large pink building. Why it is pink...More
You can get very close to this building and where presidents reside and have their offices... like the white house in USA.
There are many protests and so check them out prior to going because it becomes a little hectic in the area. It is...More
Lovely to view from the outside, at day and night. Very distinctive.
You can go inside, but only on special days and by booking well in advance. Unfortunately we weren't able to do this.
One of the main sites in Buenos Aires and you will...More
I don't want to say anything negative about the president's house...but it was difficult to gain much appreciation for it because heavy fencing keeps sightseers far from the building itself. There is also what looked like construction on the grounds giving the place an industrial...More
The building is actually painted, as opposed to be being built of pink stone. With its arches and balconies it makes a very good bookend to the square. Amazing to think that they used the real building for the ‘Don’t cry for me…’ scene in...More
As a huge fan of all things Evita years ago,I was surprised at the emotional reaction I experienced when I saw Casa Rosada.The balcony is dramatic and unexpectedly accessible.I was happy to look from The outside as there had been a street demonstration that day(which...More
I always visit the “Pink House ” every time I visit Buenos Aires. Although the presidential palace is now located further north, this historic building is still used for state occasions. Also there is an outstanding museum on the south side of the building. The...More
Many would go because it is an important place for the Argentineans.
Personally I recommend on going at about 17:00 so you can see the shifts change of the real guards. Find in internet if there are other times during the day.
We saw only...More