In this palace it's all about justice. A guide tells you everything about the palace: you can have a guided tour in Portuguese, but also in English and it's for free! Nice how to see how the parliament in Rio looks like
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A gorgeous building from the outside and when we went in to see what it was, as we has assumed it was a museum we were greeted by friendly staff. We were immediately offered a guided tour (the staff spoke multiple languages) and told us...More
The admission and a guided tour is free. Relatively all that you can finish in 15 minutes. This is where the senator house holds its sessions every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. This used to be a jail then demolished and the Palace was built on...More
I passed by it, when my private tour guide and I walked towards Praça Quinze. I saw a group of young men and women in navy blue uniform coming out of the main door and taking photos.
This is one impressive building from the outside, I recommend doing the guided tour, you get an explanation and access to areas normally not accessible for the general public. Open on mondays!
Rio is not only about beaches. The center of the city is rich in architectures and history. Nice. I recommend.
It is free and there are some young persons at the reception who offer free guided tours. I had the chance to have as guide a student studying history and, meanwhile speaking English good enough. It is so good that is opened on Mondays too,...More
As soon as we stepped into the Palacio Tiradentes we were immediately offered a free guided visit in English. The palacio used to be the seat of the national parliament before it moved to Brazilia and now houses the Rio State parliament. The guide was...More
It is ironic that the building that was once the jail, now houses the legislative chamber of the government for Rio. ;ot of history.
If you are an architecture lover you must visit this place. Located right in the heart of Rio's downtown, Tiradentes Palace is a beautiful building and once was the Congress' headquarters. It won't take more than 30 minutes to visit the place and you will...More