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- 98%History Buffs
- 75%Family Travelers
- 68%Art & Design Lovers
- 62%Local Culture
- 57%Business Travelers
- 57%Green Travelers
- 56%Adventure Travelers
Member Reviews (44)
- Casa RosadaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 4Sep 05, 2013
My favorite building in Buenos Aires. Placed at the end of the Plaza De Mayo. Very classical architecture but adorn with some modern detail. It definitely stood out in the plaza especially due to its pink color. At night it is lit up brilliantly. An absolute must see.
- Casa RosadaMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBusiness Travelers+ 3Jul 21, 2013
The Casa Rosada or Casa de Gobierno is the main office of the Argentinian's president, located right in front of the Plaza de Mayo. During the weekends this place its open to visitors. I strongly suggest to pass by this place at night, because this building gets illuminated in a beautiful way with strong pink lights.Recommended for:Local Culture
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- Casa RosadaDec 17, 2012
A major landmark in Buenos Aires. The executive branch of the government is housed in this building. The structure is lit up in red/pink at night. If you are familiar with the movie Evita, this building is where Evita stood on the balcony and rallied the people.
- Casa RosadaMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesWellness+ 3Nov 16, 2012
Pretty place, very touristic point in Buenos Aires. It is nice to walk on the streets in the neighborhood of Casa Rosada, there are a lot of comercial stores. It is very near Puerto Madero, you can walk form Casa Rosada, cross the bridge and go to Puerto parks. A nice walk!
- Casa RosadaOct 24, 2012
The Casa Rosada is, if memory serves, their head of state's residence. As the name suggests, it's a roughly pinkish building, and has that stately look about it. The best part of the casa is more the area - there is quite a bit to see and do. As for the building itself, sure, take a picture of two, but beyond that, it's more of a forgettable landmark than anything else.
- Casa RosadaMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 1Oct 08, 2012
The Casa Rosada is Argentina's presidential office, which has a small museum devoted to the previous presidents. It's between the Parque Colón and the Plaza de Mayo. Since it's the office of the president, political groups hold protests here.