Bariloche is one of the most preferred touristic destinations in Argentina, considered the main gateway to the Patagonia region but still keeping some of its original alpine village style.
The small town sits on the southern coast of the beautiful Nahuel Huapi lake at about 780 m a.s.l., surrounded by mountains and lakes that makes it a paradise for trekking and ski lovers in summer and winter seasons, respectively.
Although the weather may change suddenly at the Andes foot it is normally cool, stable and very colorful near autumn. As expected from its touristic character, the town offers a range of excursions and services that allow enjoying one of the most beautiful scenarios in the world.
Its gastronomy deserves a special attention too, as it displays delicious alternatives including argentine and european typical dishes and wines.