Home > South America > Argentina > Buenos Aires > Congreso > Congreso Activities > Palacio De Las Aguas Corrientes
Page Rating
Content Quality:

Page Importance:
Author Pick:
Close Map

Book a Hotel or Hostel

Hotels Hostels & Budget


Check in Date

Check out Date

Number of Rooms

Top Argentina

Palacio De Las Aguas Corrientes - Historical Building Buenos Aires - Argentina

Opened in 1894, the Palacio de las Aguas Corrientes once served as the Buenos Aires waterworks, distributing water to the city from 12 enormous tanks (which were filled via pumps in Recoleta located inside the building which now houses the Museum of Fine Arts) in this incredible building. Tour the inside and check out the hundreds of thousands of glazed terracotta tiles, imported from London, and beautiful enamel bricks. The mini-museum contains a great little collection of tiles, faucets and antique toilets


Riobamba 750

Congreso, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Historical Building Types:
Historic architecture

Getting There

Take the Subte D line and get out at Callao or Facultad de Medecina

Open Hours from:9 a.m.

Open Hours to:12 p.m.

Days Closed:Saturdays and Sundays

Currencies accepted
Argentine Peso

Contact Information:
Phone: 011-6319-1104

Here are other activities in and around Congreso that may be of interest: Palacio Del Congreso,

By Jessica McGovern
17 May 2010

You must register as an owner for access to these listing tools and benefits.

Notification of new reviews: receive your latest reviews by e-mail

Customized request-a-review link: encourage guests to spread the word about your property

Our owners' newsletter: stay informed about our latest tools and benefits for you

User login

Enter your username and password here in order to log into the website:


Create a new V!VA account

Forgot Password