Best view of the city
Palacio Barolo 11
Why locals love it
Sitting along Avenida de Mayo (one of Buenos Aires's most famous streets), Palacio Barolo stands out with it's intriguing architecture and captivating view from the top (only accessible via a tour). Interestingly, the building still operates as an office block for lawyers, architects and other professionals.
Why you should visit it
Dante's 'Divine Comedy' has inspired the structure of this building; the bottom level representing 'hell', the middle 'purgatory' and of course the top representing 'heaven'. It's one of the most interesting buildings in the city and its view has to be enjoyed.
Take an evening tour of the building to see the city at its colourful best, followed by a few free glasses of "Palacio Barolo" labelled wine.