San Carlos de Bariloche – ArgentinaSeptember 8, 2020 | Places
In this week’s blog, we’re transporting you to a place surrounded by the breath-taking mountain range of the Andes – San Carlos de Bariloche.
Known in short as Bariloche, this wondrous town in Patagonia sits on the southern shore of the Nahuel Huapi Lake. If you’re the adventurous, explorative kind – this place is the perfect destination for you.
And so, let’s explore this small yet characterful town and what it has to offer…
Architecture & Influence in Bariloche
Starting with the aesthetic nature of Bariloche, this Argentinian town demonstrates the early German influence back in the 1880s. Having started their journey in neighbouring Chile, migrants were forced to move east across the border into Argentina. The history of this town is conveyed by its Alpine-like appearance.
Exploring your surroundings
Because of the rich and diverse surroundings of Bariloche, one can find a multitude of outdoor pursuits and places to experience when visiting this beautiful destination.
The large glacial Nahuel Huapi Lake offers an array of exciting activities that feed the appetite of the most adventurous explorers. These include salmon and trout fishing, rafting, and kayaking.
Avid skiers – look no further than the popular resort of Catedral Alta Patagonia. Just a twenty minute drive from central Bariloche, this ski resort is the most well-known in Argentina. Our MD Tomás went a few times during while he lived there; it’s also the usual destination for graduation trips for senior schoolers.
If you’re searching for less adventure and more relaxation, this place boasts pristine beaches and clear blue waters in summer. From Playa del Centenario to the beach at Villa Tacul, there’s something for everyone.
Patagonian Bariloche serves as an ideal all year round vacation destination for the Argentine holidaymaker. Named Capital of Adventure Tourism in 2012, we’re sure that this distinctive and picturesque town will impress.