Bariloche is one of those places where you go and never have enough time to do everything that you can experience there.
Strategically located next to Nahuel Huapi Lake and facing the Andes Mountains, Bariloche is a lake district popularly known for its Swiss alpine style architecture and its exquisite Patagonian chocolate. The predominance of Hills and crystalline Lakes turns this place into one of the most versatile for any type of open-air activities with breathtaking views. You can’t leave without having enjoyed the climb to Campanario Hill by chairlift, the navigation to Puerto Blest and the excursion to Arrayanes Forest. Home of the mother Brewer’s yeast for Lager Beers, Craft beers in the area are the final proof that Bariloche has nothing to envy to any other place.