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3 Irish Guys in June

by patindublin


Myself and two of my buddies are travelling to Bariloche in June 15th for a week. We have booked a house from Barilcohe Appartments 15Km out of town, they are suppossed to be luxury Houses by the Lake.

Just wondering if anyone could recommend an intinery for the week?
Does anyone know anything about the houses/company I'm talking about and would you have any tips?
Will it be lively there at that time of the year?
How cold will it be?
We have heard that there's a brewery in Bariloche?



Re: 3 Irish Guys in June

by holloway_edward

Hi pat, I´m an Irish guy living here. Not sure about the house you´ve rented as there are loads of rental companies here so it could be one of many. In June winter is just kicking in so it will be pretty cold. Bariloche and El Bolson (2 Hours from Bariloche) are the Argentinien capitals of Microbreweries,so there is more than enough beer flowing around and about half of it is really good. For beer a few insider tips are La Cruz and El Trebol (both are small, not fancy, but make the best beer). June isnt high season here but there is always something going on in bariloche, and always a good bit of a party.

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German and Swiss tradition in Argentina

by jovicunad

I went backpacking to all the south of Argentina, and one of the most incredible places i stayed in, was Bariloche. I went when Argentina was very expensive ( 1peso = 1 dolar), so we stayed only in camping sites and bed and breakfast houses. But now this have changed. Just go, stay in a good hotel, eat all the chocolates you can, make all the tours you can afford. If you go in winter season (remmember is south hemisphere) you can make some ski or snowboarding. Also food is incredible, eat the best biffe chorizo you can and nice fondues.

Splendid views

by TheWanderingCamel

Whether you're following the Circuit Chico out of Bariloche or not, a visit to the top of Cerro Camapanario (Belltower Hill) should be on your list of Things to Do whist you're here in Argentina's Lake District. Situated right beside the lake, just 17 km west of Bariloche, at just over 1000 metres, this may not be the highest peak around, but access is easy - there's a chair lift or a trail you can hike up- and the views all around are wonderful. Turn to the right from the chair lift and you'll find stretched out below you Lake Nahuel Huapi (on the right) and Lake Perito Moreno (to the left), El Trébol lagoon (the little lake in the middle), the Llao Llao peninsula, Victoria Island and on to the Andes on the western horizon. Take the path to the left up to the top of the peak and you can look back to Bariloche - there are breathtaking views all around you in fact - Cerro Catedral's spiky profile is unmistakable.

When you're done with the panorama all around you, the hot chocolate served in the cafe's pretty good too and you can keep admiring the view from a table by the windows .

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by spidermiss


Bariloche is situated in Northern Argentine Patagonia and it's the gateway to Parque Nacional Nahuel Huapi, Argentina's first national park. The town is situated on the South Eastern Shore of Lago Nahuel Huapi.

It's a popular holiday destination for both Argentine and international travellers. The main parts of the town are the Centro Civico, facing the lake, and where there's a tourist information office and the national park's Intendencia. There is also the Museo de la Patagonia and east from the late is the Nuestra Senora del Nahuel Huapi church. You can enjoy the views of the mountains from the lake's beach but the water is too cold to swim in even in the summer.

Bariloche is popular for chocolate and there are many chocolate shops/cafes in the town and they're mainly on Calle Mitre.

There is a choice of excursions you can do during your Bariloche stay such as the Circuito Chico, Cerro Catedral, Cerro Tronador or the Lakes crossing into the city.


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