Casa Rosada, Buenos Aires

4.2
Government Building · Historic Site
A mansion fit for a president, Casa Rosada stands out as one of the most iconic attractions in Buenos Aires. Recognizable for its distinctive hue, the lavish palace complex has housed Argentina's leaders for more than a century. You can take a free hour-long tour of the palace and its grounds on weekends. Make sure to get in early, as spots on the tour are allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis. A visit to Casa Rosada represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Buenos Aires sightseeing planner to plot your vacation.
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  • It flourished in Macros short term as well as the city with an Instagram account and hidroponics garden for their consumption. It will probably fell in decay per the socialist regime once again. Not.....  more »
  • Would have loved to have an interior tour of this building but unfortunately, our four days in Buenos Aires did not fall on a weekend. Tours are only done on Saturdays and Sundays with advanced...  more »
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  • Find a spot to sit and reflect on this remarkable pink building. Imagine Evita standing under the arches and inspiring the populist masses. Only the dimension of time separates you. A must see in Buenos Aires. Not much shade so go early before the heat of the day and the gathering of the real masses.
  • What a handsome presidential headquarters! This president deserves to have such a grand palace because he is a true patriot who does a lots of positives things to his beloved country.

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