Central & South America

Central & South America Attractions

Presidential Palace

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

The Presidential Palace (in Spanish, Palacio de Carondelet) is located in Quito’s Independence Square and is currently the seat of government of the Republic of Ecuador.   After the Battle of ...  Read more

Presidential Palace

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Rating | Tours & Tickets

Dominating the northern quarter of Lima’s UNESCO-listed Plaza de Armas, the grand Presidential Palace, or Casa de Pizarro, is one of the city’s most impressive historic buildings. Built in 1535 by ...  Read more

Casa Rosada

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

The eye-catching salmon-pink façade of Argentina’s presidential palace is one of the capital’s most iconic sights, standing proud over the city’s historic Plaza de Mayo public square. The aptly ...  Read more

Petropolis

4 star rating: Recommended 28 Ratings | Tours & Tickets

Petropolis was the mountain getaway for the imperial court, popular in summer when the coast became hot and muggy. Nestled 3,000ft (800m) high in the  Serra dos Órgãos it is a few degrees ...  Read more

Cousino Palace

The Chilean building boom of the late 1800s, spurred by rising silver, copper, and nitrite prices worldwide, inspired some of the city's most marvelous architecture. Grand palaces, their stern ...  Read more

La Moneda

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La Moneda is easy to spot – its white, neoclassical walls make up the presidential palace that takes up an entire city block in downtown Santiago. Construction began in 1781 and was completed in ...  Read more

Municipal Palace

Even though Chiclayo was never a Colonial stronghold during the 17th and 18th centuries, the regal splendor of many of the buildings could lead you to initially think otherwise. One such example is ...  Read more

Palace of the Archbishop

The Palace of the Archbishop (in Spanish, Palacio Arzobispal) in the heart of Old Town Quito stands in good company on Plaza Grande, sharing the plaza with the cathedral, the Presidential Palace and ...  Read more

Palacio de las Capitanes Generales

The Palacio de los Capitanes Generales used to be home to the Spanish viceroy and the power of the entire Central American region for more than 200 years. It housed everything from the court to post ...  Read more

Palacio do Catete

The imposing Palacio do Catete was Brazil’s presidential palace from 1894 until 1960 when Brasilia became the capital of Brazil. The buildings now house the Museu da Republica with a focus on ...  Read more

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