San Carlos de Bariloche is one of the most visited cities of Argentine Patagonia. It is located in a privileged environment of lakes, rivers and mountains in the middle of the Andes mountain range.
San Carlos de Bariloche is one of the most visited cities of Argentine Patagonia and is located in the National Park Nahuel Huapi, in the province of Rio Negro, in the middle of the Andes mountain range.
It is characterized by receiving more than one million tourists each year, mainly in winter since within its attractions is one of the most important ski centers in the world, and the largest in South America, located in Cerro Cathedral. It also has stunning views of lakes, forests and mountains, which make Bariloche a very special destination.
The history of Bariloche shows evidence of indigenous settlements before the arrival of the settlers, on the shores of Lake Nahuel Huapi and where today is the city of Bariloche. These natives were the so-called Tehuelches and Puelches who inhabited the Cordillera zone of this area.