- Centro Civico is the rustic core of Bariloche. Its warm, cozy atmosphere is embodied in the log and stone houses, as well as mom-and-pop cafés and restaurants. It's also the best base point from which you can explore the surrounding nature.
- Nahuel Huapi National Park is Barlioche's main attraction. This exquisite nature reserve offers wonderful opportunities for trekking, kayaking, rock-climbing and other outdoor activities.
- Museum of Patagonia is located in the central area of Centro Civico. During your visit, you will have an opportunity to learn more about the indigenous, pre-Hispanic people who lived in this region.
- Cerros Cathedral offers amazing opportunities for skiers and other winter sports enthusiasts. This majestic mountain lies just 20 kilometers from Bariloche; it also boasts state-of-the-art facilities and a wide variety of accommodation options.
- Peak season in Bariloche runs during most intense summer months (January and February) and their winter equivalents (July and August). You should plan your journey based on the type of outdoor activities you want pursue while in Bariloche.
- Bariloche, among other things, is famous for chocolate production. While in town, make sure to pop into one of its numerous candy shops, where you can purchase delicious local varieties.
- Bariloche is serviced with San Carlos de Bariloche International Airport. Since very few airlines fly into this airport, it is advised to book your flight well in advance if you want to keep your journey direct and hassle-free.
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