Barolo Palace (Palacio Barolo) Tours and Activities
Once the tallest building in South America, the towering architecture of the Barolo Palace (Palacio Barolo) in Buenos Aires has stood the test of time. Built by Italian architect Mario Palanti in 1923, the building’s fanciful style was inspired by Dante Alighieri’s The Divine Comedy, a poem in three parts that in turn represent Hell, Purgatory, and Heaven.
Tours and Activities to Experience Barolo Palace (Palacio Barolo)
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- Buenos Aires by Night Private Tour with All-Inclusive Dinner
- Buenos Aires City Tour and Sailing on the Ship while having Lunch
- Semi Private Highlights of Buenos Aires City Tour for small groups
- Buenos Aires Walking Tour and Palacio Barolo