Nestled among the lakes and mountains of Argentina’s Patagonian Lake District is the quaint city of San Carlos de Bariloche. Perched on the edge of spectacular Lake Nahuel Huapi and surrounded by snowy peaks, you can easily forgive the slightly messy growth of Bariloche from a small village to bustling town. The region has an alpine feel that goes beyond just the terrain. In the 1800s many German and Swiss immigrants arrived from Chile and settled in the region, bringing traditional cheeses, craft beers, and chocolates perfect to enjoy after a full day exploring the great outdoors. Whether you’re hiking, biking or on a boat ride, you’ll enjoy being surrounded by the beauty of the lakes and National Park.
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