The city is located within the Nahuel Huapi National Park, next to the Andes mountain range. In 2012 it was declared a national capital of adventure tourism, and in 2015 the national capital of chocolate.
What to do in Bariloche?
In Bariloche you have a variety of activities to enjoy: traditional excursions, lake walks, snow, the best gastronomy, youth tourism, romantic outings, family activities, adventure, tranquility and a cultural agenda of diverse events.
During the Winter holidays it is possible to visit Cerro Catedral and enjoy the snow in one of the most important ski centers in the country.
Bariloche in the summer becomes a tourist village with beautiful landscapes with the possibility of doing activities on the lake such as sailing on board the "El Orgulloso" Sailboat or the various rafting tours on the Manso River.
Bariloche can be enjoyed during the four seasons of the year. You will find a nature that rewards every visitor with wonderful landscapes, from snowy peaks and coppery lengas, to valleys covered with flowers and crystal clear waters.
In summer the days are warm and sunny, with maximum temperatures reaching 33ºC.
In winter the days are cold, with temperatures between 0ºC and -10ºC and usually with frequent snowfalls.
Autumn and spring are cool, with cold nights. In autumn the winds are calmer but there is more rain, while spring is windier but with less rainfall.
Consult for lodging and options of hotels in Bariloche.