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The largest and most complete winter resort in South America unfolds impossingly on the western face of the mount, bound to tourist tradition and the famous quality of the city.
Early in winter, a festival is held to honor the snow with high hopes to experience its magic and share a good ski season.
An experience second to none may be enjoyed in three different ways. ATV and snowmobile rides, adventures in the middle of Patagonian natural scenes and a fantastic gastronomic offer inside a cave in the forest of Mount Catedral.
Assymetric, picturesque, built with typical local materials, the Civic Center is the symbol of a city that was founded to attract international tourism.
The lake waterfront at San Carlos de Bariloche bears a sign of grandeur characteristic of the large buildings raised early in the city’s tourist era.
In downtown Bariloche, we found a chocolate factory where we could see the process of making chocolate and discover how the delicious flavor of chocolate en rama is obtained.
The chocolate shops in Bariloche make visitors’ mouths water and fill their spirit with their delicious products. In addition to chocolates, bars or steaming cups, we present a tour around the Chocolate Museum...
A summer attraction has been put up close to the Civic Center, where amusement and varied cuisine are guaranteed.
The tour starts in the very center of town and borders wonderful Lake Nahuel Huapi, the largest in the region.
An excellent outing for the entire family to discover and understand the life of dinosaurs. They appear here and there in a trail surrounded by trees in an amusing and almost magical way.
A classic in Patagonia and worldwide, Llao Llao has become a luxurious resort specially designed to enjoy in the company of the entire family. From Bariloche to the world, a tour around its history and present situation.
The journey towards the neighboring country led us through delightful natural viewpoints of the Andean foothills.
Classical and beautiful, Victoria Island is one of the main attractions in the Nahuel Huapi National Park.
A beautiful tour up to Mount Tronador to enjoy the beauty of the Andean Mountain Range.
Ideal to drink beer, Bariloche has its own beer route, in which scenes harmonically co-exist with a tradition brought along by immigrants who made the city grow.
When visiting Bariloche, a tour around the famous and traditional brewery that proudly displays the craft beer brewing process is a must.
A clear and accurate way of learning about the various cultural and historical processes undergone by Patagonia.
Available once again, this excursion has become a classic. Today, the two emblem cities of Argentinian-Chilean Patagonia may be joined again: San Carlos de Bariloche and Puerto Varas.
Before crossing the bridge over the Manso River towards Mount Tronador, take the road on the left and follow a picturesque path to the beautiful cascade.
About 18 kilometers southeast of Bariloche is the Club Andino Dr. Juan Neumeyer Mountain Refuge Hut situated in the middle of Nahuel Huapi National Park.
An intense ascent along the road, going down the Lake Gutiérrez balcony. Mountain paths, streams, falls, forests and bridges, with incredible panoramic sights.
We chose the adventure: a whole mountain biking week through the astounding crossing Pérez Rosales. We went past Lake Nahuel Huapi, Frías Pond, Lakes All the Saints and Llanquihue...
An excellent fishing and contemplative tour on a sailing boat towards Victoria Island and the Quetrihué Peninsula. A day to enjoy the lake.
Fans of adventure sports cannot miss the opportunity of getting to know a glacier from a very close distance. Bariloche offers countless opportunities.
A tour around the plant nurseries in the city unveils more than native and introduced species, how to treat them and how to find the perfect location for them to live and grow.
Several options to visit and enjoy one of the most beautiful rivers in Nahuel Huapi National Park.
Mysterious Nahuelito in Lake Nahuel Huapi is not included in any tourist agenda, for the time being. Maybe this is due to the fact that this character appears sporadically and does not show itself easily.
Only two kilometers from the shore and protected from the wind, a fascinating adventure for lovers of underwater life: a novel subaquatic museum.
Hiking is a mountain sport that is gaining more and more enthusiasts year after year. New itineraries go across the forests of northern Andean Patagonia.
A local is in charge of guiding one of the most interesting tours in the area. It includes a winding mountain trail that shows off wonderful natural sceneries.
This beach lies on Ezequiel Bustillo Avenue to the right towards the South, at the 8th kilometer marker. It may be reached whether on a private vehicle or by bus (lines 20, 21 or 10).
In order set out on a 1-hour hiking tour for the entire family we headed for Neumeyer Refuge, 20 kilometers away from Bariloche.
Club Andino Dr. Juan Neumeyer Shelter lies 18 kilometers southeast of the City of San Carlos de Bariloche, in the very heart of Nahuel Huapi National Reserve.
A very particular way to see Bariloche is by combining hiking, swimming and climbing techniques.
This is one of the most emblematic sites in the City of Bariloche and it shelters countless fossils found in the region.
There are sites scattered around the world in charge of explaining “the world”. Peuma Hue -”site of dreams” in the Mapuche tongue- is one of them.
An amusing tour featuring a wonderful panoramic sight from the heights.
The tour leads to stunning areas in Patagonia, where nature is expressed to the fullest.
Entering the forest implies an “invasion” of blossom aroma going through our bodies. The scenery is made up by old Chilean myrtle specimens with high foliage and cinnamon trunks.
This district, which dresses up to celebrate every Wednesday and Sunday, lies a few kilometers away from Bariloche.
A tour on a light aircraft includes a spectacular flight over the 7 lakes, landing at San Martín de los Andes and a visit to Lanín National Park.
As a part of the landscape, Hotel Llao Llao stands imposing on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi featuring the local green stone in its construction.
Bariloche’s church cathedral imposes its presence in the center of the city, a few meters away from Lake Nahuel Huapi. Its Neo-Gothic architectural style with Byzantine-like stained glasses features Bustillo’s mark.
The revolving coffee-house on top of Mount Otto undoubtedly is one emblematic tour in Bariloche. Quite original, it offers visitors the chance to taste a cup of hot chocolate...
At the foot of the road leading to Mount Catedral, an altar has been raised to pay tribute to the Virgin of the Snow. From her grotto, she watches over those who choose the mountain as a destination for their activities.
There is a new pretext for visiting Bariloche during Easter Week, since visitors can enjoy a new celebration during these four days: the Chocolate Festival.
Bariloche’s nightlife offers a great surprise: having a drink with friends in a space where temperatures are below zero and imagining what a comfortable glacier is like from the inside.
1000 Millas Sport is based on the Italian race called Mille Miglia: an old and famous classic enduro race in which the most important international competitors take part.
Separated by the waters of Lake Nahuel Huapi, these two emblematic locations in southern Argentina may be accessed either on hired excursions or on a private motorboat.
Those who know about the ash fall that invaded western Río Negro will not understand how Bariloche looks clean and free of pollution today.