BUENOS AIRES – PALACIO BAROLO – GUIDED VISIT
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeRomantic
Activity Level Leisurely
Group Size Medium Group
The tour consists of touring the Palace visiting the most representative floors of the Dantesque levels while telling their story and revealing the meaning of all its symbols related to the Divine Comedy and Freemasonry.
The route is made by climbing floors by stairs these floors are alternated with some floors by elevator. A museum office from the 1920s is visited to experience the period in which the Barolo Palace was built. The tour continues with the ascent to the tower also by stairs. The stairs are narrow, in one direction and as you get to the dome they become even smaller and do not have a handrail but they have a wall on both sides. When descending from the tower, the tour ends in Hall 1923, located on the 16th floor of the Palace, to enjoy a lemonade while you appreciate one of the best views of the city.
It lasts approximately one and a half hour.