About Bariloche

Located in the heart of the Nahuel Huapi National Park, on the south border of this magnificent lake, the city of San Carlos de Bariloche is one of the most scenic cities in the province of Río Negro, as well as one of the most important tourist centers in Argentina.

It is the ideal combination of scenic beauty, service excellence, and boundless fun. Bariloche attracts crowds of all ages to Cerro Catedral, one of the main ski centers of Argentina; Cerro Otto, featuring its access to the Piedras Blancas Winter Resort, and Cerro Tronador’s natural amphitheater, its passage to Los Alerces Waterfall and its magnificent panoramic view, are some of the extraordinary options Bariloche has to offer its visitors.

Lakes, rivers, hills, forests, glaciers outline the rich landscape of San Carlos de Bariloche, west of Río Negro. As varied as it is attractive, this city draws an average of 650 thousand tourists every year, for enjoyment, satisfaction and entertainment, regardless of the time of the year. Any season of the year is a good opportunity to visit Bariloche. Skiing, snowboarding and other snow sports in winter; hiking, fishing, paddling and adventure in the summer; plus the convergence of mid-season activities, Patagonia’s Tourist Capital leaves no room or time for indecisiveness.