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4.4/5
16 Reviews
National Park
诗意情节Bariloche is known as the Little Switzerland of South America. The sun is very bright and the time is very slow. Many people come to ski in winter. For a baby who has never seen snow, I really want to see snow and want to come again.
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3.8/5
5 Reviews
带着小红帽的大灰狼My husband and I traveled in San Carlos de Bariloche for a day before returning. The journey is long and the road is bumpy. On the last day, our nerves almost collapsed. But it was indeed a great experience. It's not difficult to transit in Lago Mascardi again. There is only one road, and most roads have one or two cracks. We walked slowly, but the scenery along the way was beautiful. Emerald blue lakes, high mountains covered with snow. One of my favorite scenery is standing in the distance looking up at Tronador. We are lucky that when the sun is out, we can clearly see the glacier on the top of the mountain even in the canyon. We stopped at snack shops along the road and bought fresh bread and homemade raspberry jam as a snack. When we finally reached the foot of the mountain, we saw a black glacier. Basically, this is a dirty glacier sliding down from the top of the mountain. The landscape is cool, but you can't get close to it. What we like to do is to drive until the end of the road, and then walk a short walk to the base of the waterfall. The scenery there is quite spectacular, and you will feel part of your body surrounded by tall, narrow and thunderous waterfalls. There is a small cafe where you parked and started walking with delicious hot chocolate. If you are going to travel for a day in San Carlos de Bariloche, I would definitely recommend this waterfall tour to you.
Nearby City
5/5
1 Reviews
Observation Deck
乐天的静My husband and I decided to come here on the last day of Bariloche because the journey is short and we have to take the afternoon bus to Mendoza. It was a short drive from San Carlos de Bariloche, and then boarded a long tail boat to the mountain. The boat ride in the sun is really hot. It will close if you don't hold the window with your hands, which is quite annoying. The windows are also very broken, so it is impossible to take a good photo. But the scenery on the top of the mountain is beautiful, with a view of the lake and the town below. People who cannot hike can see the beautiful scenery here. Those who like to hike like me can walk all the way up the path, but I don’t know where that road is, so I have to ask the locals. When you reach the top, you will see a short slope, and when you go down, you can reach the next mountain. There are few people, and the natural protection is very harmonious, unlike the place where long-tail boats invaded. At first I thought the revolving restaurant was a bit old-fashioned, but it was actually quite cool! I stayed because I was going to have lunch. Although the food is simple, it tastes good. I ate roasted sprouts and potatoes, which were very fresh. What a great way to spend a morning!
Nearby City
4/5
1 Reviews
Historical Site
E11***35San Carlos de Bariloche is my first town to visit in Argentina where is well known for local tourists especially for high school as the annual outing. From there, you can find numbers of beautiful lakes, Mountain skilling in the winter (with cable car if course). To enjoy the food (steak is high recommended) & drinks along the main street. Eventhough it's a small town, you can find a lot chocolate shops, restaurants, small hotels with Europe feeling all year round.
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