Cabildo y Piramide de Mayo, San Luis

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See a replica of the oldest monument in Buenos Aires when you visit Cabildo y Piramide de Mayo. Originally built as a monument to the May Revolution, the pyramid monument represents liberty. To increase access to the monument, tourism, and cultural and historical knowledge, this replica was built along with a replica of the plaza and its buildings. Walk through the exhibits inside to learn more about the May Revolution, but be aware that the information provided is only in Spanish. Arrange to visit Cabildo y Piramide de Mayo and other attractions in San Luis using our San Luis tourist route planner.
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Accommodations in San Luis tend to cluster in the rather modestly sized central area. Here, you'll be close to the main urban attractions and services that the city has to offer. Choose between large, elegant hotels and small, unassuming ones, with varying ranges of amenities. Alternatively, if you're planning a longer stay to explore all that the region has to offer, consider reserving a rental apartment.
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  • The place is really well presented, however, the lack of labels and descriptors makes it hard for the foreign visitor to have an idea of Argentine history.  more »
  • It well deserves a visit. You not only have the Cabildo and Piramide de Mayo in that city. you'll also find the university and Cinema facilities which well deserves being visited.  more »
  • The duplication of this 19th century cabildo is very interesting but the exhibit provides limited information and the quality of the collection leaves something to be desired. As a foreigner I would h...  more »