The hills around Lake Nahuel Huapi in Bariloche explode with the vibrant colors of wildflowers late into the season.
Catedral Alta Patagonia in the vast winter playland of Argentina’s Lakes District is the country’s largest ski destination. Cerro Catedral, as it’s more commonly known, is popular both for its extensive terrain spread across three mountains and its 19 kilometer (12 mi.) proximity to Bariloche, Patagonia’s second largest city. The 1030 meter (3379 ft.) high […]
Hostel Inn Bariloche may not be the absolute cheapest or most diverse hostel in Patagonia’s largest city but it wins on location, cleanliness and stunning views. As a Hostel International hostel with various locations around Argentina, Hostel Inn is large enough so that they know what they’re doing, but small enough that their hostels still […]
Friends in downtown Bariloche is a festive eatery that serves up decent, if slightly greasy, Argentine food 24 hours a day. Here you’ll find the classics — pasta, pizza, hamburgers and some European fare such as goulash and spatzle at reasonable prices. The thick-crust pizza is a filling diversion from the normal Argentine thin-crusted pie. […]
Those traveling in Argentina for any length of time will discover tenedor libres, or ‘free fork’ restaurants (read: all-you-can-eat). They’re a great option for those with big appetites and small wallets, or groups who can’t agree on what they want to eat. Many of Argentina’s all-you-can-eat cafeterias are run by Chinese families, and they […]