The Palacio de Torre Tagle is a Spanish Baroque palace located at Jr. Ucayali 363, in downtown Lima, Peru, a couple blocks east of the Plaza de Armas. The palace currently is home to the Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The palace was commissioned in 1715 by Don José Bernardo de Tagle y Bracho, 1st Marquis of Torre Tagle, who at the time was treasurer of the Royal Spanish fleet, for his own personal use as his home.
The exterior of the palace has a baroque stone doorway. The main facade is made from stone in the first wing and plaster in the second. The style is Sevillian baroque. The materials used in its construction were brought from Spain, Panama and Central America.
Admission to the palace is free.
Official Website http://www.rree.gob.pe/torretagle360/SitePages/index.html
Address Jirón Ucayali, Lima, Peru
Coordinates -12°2'55.493" N -77°1'45.264" E