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Palace is fairly small. Built ~50 years ago with lovely wood parquet floors (so closed when raining to avoid damaging floors...).
Worth visiting if a fan of Brazilian art. Otherwise, see the views from the cafe and skip the tour.
It's a free attraction where a guide will make a tour in the open area, rooms not used by the government anymore. If the governor is not in the place, you can also see guest rooms and other common areas. Well conserved, the building has...More
This was my second visit to the Palace and even though many parts of the site were closed to the public the tour was really nice. You don't have to pay for the visit, but try to get there early, otherwise they won't have enough...More
Go on a nice day as the view is great.
At the moment part of the Palace is under reform so the most interesting art works cant be seen.
But all in all it is worth the visit. Rest rooms are next to the entrance....More
Very interesting place, it is the building that used to be the residency and office of the governor in wintertime. Although not a really old (50 years or so) or very big building, it was built to resemble european palacettes and fit in the european...More
the tours take place in groups of 25 people, no need to make reservations. A little queue on the weekends but the groups go every ten minutes. You get to see many art pieces from Tarsila do Amaral and others. Also it is possible to...More