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All reviews civic center nice square swiss village saint bernards lake view fondue mitre street visit bariloche the nahuel huapi lake take pictures statue stone stalls architecture chocolate library tourists
This swiss like city center is nice and cozy. There are always many tourists gathered there. Personally, the main attraction in this place are the saint bernards, which you can pet and have a picture with. The only thing is that you have to pay...More
We spent 5 days in Bariloche and loved wandering her streets. The architecture, boutique shops, lovely restaurants, and history all made for a lovely visit. The names painted around the statue in the square are in remembrance of those who disappeared during the last dictatorship...sobering.
Got to visit just before heading to the airport. Seemed like an event was being prepared for, the plaza was off limits and being set up and some other construction was underway as well.
Lots of shopping and food available as well. Wish I had...More
The square in the middle allows you to see all these magnificent place and stone buildings. Usually you will meet the popular bandurrias (a black ibis). Facing the Nahuel Huapi lake is the most popular place to go in Bariloche. In good days you get...More
A pretty place that looked a bit like a little Swiss town. Very easy to walk around and has many shops and restaurants. There are money changers too. We were lucky they were having some carnival and hence we got to see the locals celebrating.
I agree with an earlier Reviewer — this otherwise lovely city location is in need of cleaning, perhaps Restoration would be a more fitting word for what needs attention. Why they would allow or tolerate folks painting their names and dates on the stones that...More