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German Footprint & Nazi presence - Walking Tour in Bariloche
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German Footprint & Nazi presence - Walking Tour in Bariloche

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The experience of discovering how german speaking immigration shaped the town look & feel, the architecture, and the mountain sports culture since the begining of times. This set the basis for the arrival of the last wave of immigation including the nazi presence (Erik Priebke). This also triggered some stories about Hitler living in the area. We wil explore evidence of all the above.
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Molly P wrote a review Jan 2018
Miami, Florida123 contributions35 helpful votes
The views are incredible! There are so many vistas to take in, small hikes to do and picnic areas to visit you won’t believe there is so much beauty in one place in the world. The landscapes are super varied so that you will get to see everything Bariloche has to offer on this long and winding drive some of which is dirt roads. The Mirador of Lake Traful is a highlight as well as taking the small detour of 6 kilometers to see the red sandstone grandeur of the Cerro Cuyin Manzano. Allow a full day for the Circuito Grande so you have plenty of time to make all the stops you want along the way.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Gary_Travelling wrote a review Mar 2017
Mevaseret Zion48 contributions14 helpful votes
Some people do this circuit on the car or by bike. My review is for organized tour on the minibus. Pickup from hotel in Bariloche. We entered Nahuel Huapi national park. Lima River valley, Valle Encantado with magic rock forms. Traful river and lake views. Correnoso lake views. Many views are great. In the Valle Encantado we couldn't do photos as driver stops only in predefined points. Rain influenced program and impression, but I felt we had too much driving to see a little. In Villa La Angostura we had too much time. People (and us at the end) had a lunch. The guide Joaquin was very knowledgeable and this added a lot. But still it doesn't worth a full day spent.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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Chicagovacationer08 wrote a review Jan 2017
Chicago17 contributions5 helpful votes
The views, the people, the trails, the ability to get out and take a dip in the stream, etc... you name it!! Only comparison is to Lake Tahoe in the summertime.. The local beers here are unreal and I'm not a huge beer drinker, but highly recommend some of the local flavors. Patagonia brewery is located here as well as Diuka beer, another local beer that is recommended. Make sure your camera and or phone has room because the views are sick! A must drive!!
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Date of experience: January 2017
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Mark and Debbie wrote a review Mar 2015
Cheshire, United Kingdom97 contributions68 helpful votes
It's quite a long drive (about 250km from Bariloche) but you just go at your own pace and chill taking it all in and stopping whenever you want. I did the driving and believe me, it is well worth it. The only slight hesitation is the non-national road to Traful but after a few minutes of adjusting to what is little more than a dusty dirt track, you are fine. Angostura is a reasonably sized town and we headed for the beach adjacent to the Arrayanes walk. Lovely beach to picnic on taking in the great views. I started the day wondering if this was going to be worth it / why is it rated so highly on Trip Advisor and ended the day in total agreement; great day out with unbelievable scenery!
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Date of experience: March 2015
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ca_ta_li_na_234 wrote a review Jan 2015
Santiago, Chile23 contributions8 helpful votes
Breathtaking views, worth the sometimes difficult uphill passages for unexperienced bikers. There are also some nice off-track hiking passages, which lead to viewpoints or down to the lake. Along the way, there are many possibilities for food, which are however not that cheap.
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Date of experience: February 2014
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