Diverse and year-round tourism possibilities are a distinguishing feature that’s a result of a singular geography that ranges from the subtropical forest in the northern border to the icy Antarctica in the farthest south. In a country that preserves a strong aboriginal presence throughout its Northern region, its colonial past in Córdoba and the Northwestern region, outstanding vineyards surrounded by the high mountain tops in the Cuyo area, its gaucho tradition and impressive ranches in the vast, fertile humid Pampa plains, its history and culture in the vital, cosmopolitan Buenos Aires, one often finds himself spoilt for choice.
Is the playground of all sports played in Argentina, apart from the country’s most famous football. The town looks up to a soaring mountain range which beckons skiers, snowboarders and all lovers of winter sports. In summer, hiking and fishing are enjoyed with equal fervour. The city’s alpine architecture of hardwood and unique stone flavours its streets as deliciously as the tempting chocolate displayed in almost every window. Bariloche prides itself as Argentina’s chocolate capital.
Between the Nahuel Huapi and Moreno lakes
San Carlos de Bariloche
Fly to San Carlos de Bariloche
45-minute drive from the city of San Carlos de Bariloche
Best time to visit
Every season here has something special to offer. Winter brings to you skiing, whereas fall and spring will treat you to memorable treks. The summer is particularly enticing for fishing enthusiasts