Palacio Getulio Vargas, Porto Velho

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Palacio Getulio Vargas is a historic building in Porto Velho and the former seat of government. Located right in the center of the city, it’s worth a visit to experience part of the state history. The beautiful architecture deserves photographs and the surrounding view is nice to take in. Because of its prime location, you can combine this site with visiting other nearby attractions. Work out when and for how long to visit Palacio Getulio Vargas and other Porto Velho attractions using our handy Porto Velho tourist route planner.
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  • July 9, 2017
    We went to visit the Palace Getúlio Vargas, but it was closed for renovation (actually, it seemed abandoned even). Pity.
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  • June 13, 2017
    In simple words is only a building, there is nothing to do, I think that not even there is a cafe nearby. It is only to go and take a picture
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  • June 7, 2017
    Was going to ask what's there, seems to be governing body. But I was scared by the number idlers and vagabonds who infest this square. Police doesn't exist, so take no chances.
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  • December 6, 2016
    Well maintained building representative of the history of the city
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  • January 3, 2016
    I had a hope of better days in this country for those who fought hard for the love of the people.
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Where to stay in Porto Velho

As a destination with few tourists, Porto Velho does not feature an overabundance of accommodation options, though you'll find enough of a range to fit most budgets. Avenida 7 de Septiembre has quite a few economy hotels and hostels, where rock-bottom prices sometimes come with dubious quality and cleanliness. Most of the city's more upscale establishments, which range from family-run guesthouses to midsize hotel blocks, lie near one of the town's main thoroughfares, Avenida Governador Jorge Teixeira. Few options exist farther outside town, and you'll likely want access to a car in order to get around efficiently as public transport in the area can be unreliable.
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