PATAGONIA

Bariloche

Bariloche


With Nahuel Huapi Lake at your feet, Bariloche is the main tourist center of the Río Negro Province.

Centro Cívico is one of the most beautiful and outstanding architectural works in the country and is the starting point to walk the main street of the city and enjoy the classic Patagonian chocolate shops.

A must-see in the City is the visit to Cerro Otto, which has an incredible revolving confectionery where you can enjoy having tea, accompanied by stunning views of Lake Nahuel Huapi. Another of the distinguished hills is the Cerro Catedral, ideal for those who practice winter activities. Located on the outskirts of the city, one of the most distinguished ski centers in the country operates on the hill, being the permanent headquarters of ski and snowboard championships.

For nature lovers, the recommended excursion is to sail to Isla Victoria and Bosque de los Arrayanes, setting sail from Puerto Pañuelos and touring the lake to Puerto Blest and Cascada de los Cántaros.


  • World Heritage Sites by Unesco: Los Alerces National Park, located in the Province of Chubut, approximately 300 km. from the city of Bariloche.

  • Recommended protected areas: Nahuel Huapi National Park, Los Alerces National Park (Province of Chubut) and Los Arrayanes National Park (approximately 80 km from Bariloche, in the Province of Neuquén).

  • Acknowledgments: The city was awarded as one of the Green Destinations in the world (2016). Likewise, the reporting office of the Municipality of San Carlos de Bariloche was distinguished by the Accessibility Guidelines (2012) of the Ministry of Tourism and Sports of the Nation.

More than 110 thousand inhabitants.

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