Fodor's Expert Review Palacio Legislativo

El Prado Government Building

Almost 50 different types of native marble were used in the construction of the Legislative Palace, the seat of Uruguay's bicameral legislature. Free Spanish- and English-language tours are available when the congress is in session; passes are available inside at the information desk.

Government Building

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Av. Agraciada at Av. Flores
Montevideo, Montevideo  11300, Uruguay


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Rate Includes: $3 USD for foreigners

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