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Turismo en la Patagonia
Most visited destinations in Patagonia
San Carlos de Bariloche
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San Carlos de Bariloche

In San Carlos de Bariloche you may find the perfect balance between the amenities of a modern city and a unique natural environment in the mountain range.

San Martín de los Andes
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San Martín de los Andes

Nestled in a glacial valley, San Martín de los Andes invites you to enjoy the four seasons surrounded by its typical architecture, its landscapes and its people.

Puerto Madryn
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Puerto Madryn

Known as the Diving Capital of Argentina, Puerto Madryn shows you the way to discover the Atlantic and its fascinating sea wildlife, especially whales.

El Calafate
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El Calafate

The beautiful City of El Calafate is the access to the fascinating Los Glaciares National Park and a worldwide famous tourist destination.

Ushuaia
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Ushuaia

Ushuaia, the southernmost city in the world, shows you its magical scenery of sea and snow-capped mountains that delights travelers from all over the world.

Puerto Natales
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Puerto Natales

Puerto Natales reveals beautiful natural sceneries such as the incredible Torres del Paine, in a land of glaciers and lakes with a complete infrastructure to welcome visitors.

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Cabins in Patagonia

Staying at Cabins

With a typically local architecture and framed by native scenes, cabins are one of the most popular accommodation options for travelers around the Patagonian cities, especially families or groups. For example, make an easy and fast choice for:

Cabins in San Martín de los Andes
Cabins in Villa Pehuenia
Cabins in El Bolsón
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Pet Friendly Lodging

Pet Friendly Lodging

Hotels, inns, cabins and apartments are part of the "pet friendly" trend and those who travel around Patagonia with their pets also have several alternatives when it comes to choosing where to stay.

See pet-friendly accommodation venues in:
» San Martín de los Andes
» Bariloche
» Puerto Madryn
» Villa La Angostura

Hot spring waters

Patagonia hot springs

Patagonia has a great number of geographical faults with remarkable geothermal and volcanic activity. As a result, there is a varied amount of thermal waters springs. The diversity of hot springs in the region ranges from emerging warm water, rich in minerals, to boiling water erupting in the form of geysers.

Hot springs in Patagonia

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