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We were almost convinced not to go from the reviews here, so glad we didn't listen!
Arrived at around 12 by bus, got to watch the whole process of making the curanto. The food was delicious.
Granted, not much to do but stroll the shops...More
This is a nice side trip when you’re visiting the Bariloche area and while making the “Circuito Chico” trip. It’s best to visit on a Sunday when the local market is open and you can experience true Argentinian life here from people coming here to...More
Perhaps we should have read more about this tourist destination but alas no. This is not like any Swiss village in Switzerland. No history provided and just a lot of retail buildings and a few restaurants. Check it out before you go....very crowded down a...More
We live in Switzerland and we’re curious to see a Swiss colony. But this place is nowhere close to Switzerland, located at the end of a dirt road, w cheap huts selling some cheap souvenirs and a few hut grill places. I was hoping to...More
It is an interesting place,even getting there seem like an adventure.Almost like you expect to see the trolls of the forest jumping out from behind the buildings.It has a hippie feel,but if you have time in Bariloche and a car go visit!
This probably used to be a great place to spend a few hours. Craft shops, local food, a bit of a hippy vibe, all adding to the original charm of a swiss settler village in the hills. Now though, it's just too many people and...More
Be sure to visit Colonia Suiza if you are driving on the Circuito Chico you take a dirt road 10 kilometers to get to it. There are handicrafts and local cuisine in an outdoor courtyard as well as architecture from Switzerland in the buildings.