Travel Information

 

How to arrive to Bariloche is simple, a two hours straight flight from Buenos Aires to San Carlos de
Bariloche international airport is all you need, this flights can be from the international airport Ezeiza or from Aeroparque, domestic airport in Buenos Aires. In case you need any help with this plans let us now, we can help you with transportation from the international airport to the hotel, and to the domestic airport and to plan some city tours around this magnificent capital.

San Carlos de Bariloche is the most beautiful town in Argentina, located in the west side of Rio Negro province is surrounded by the most beautiful part of the Andes with the Mont Tronador as the highest cover by 7 glaciers and amazing lakes and rivers. This city get tourism all year with many outdoors adventures to do in summer and the biggest sky resort of Latin America in winter. This is the pearl of Argentina, is so beautiful that many Presidential conventions were made here.
The city have a wide range for lodging and restaurants to fix all possible request. Is very safe, people now that we need tourism and we care of this every day.

Buenos Aires is a city far more European than South American, an urban landscape steeped in tradition but offering modernity that never disappoints. From its numerous museums to its old-time cafés and milongas, or dance halls, for the seductive Tango, one will never find a dull moment. Watch a soccer match in the famous La Boca stadium and experience the bliss of football in Argentina. Wander the bustling streets and grand avenues of the city and then explore the numerous historic neighborhoods. Buenos Aires vibrates with the history and energy brought by numerous European immigrants at the turn of the 20th century. Visit La Boca, with its brightly painted homes, or San Telmo; both neighborhoods were founded by Italian immigrants. Then cross over to Recoleta or Barrio Norte, which boast a French aristocratic style. With its charming
European character and delicate balance of the historic and modern, Buenos Aires showcases the unique personality of Argentina

Argentina
Location: South America, borders with Bolivia 832 km, Brazil 1,224 km, Chile 5,150 km, Paraguay 1,880 km, Uruguay 579 km Capital: Buenos Aires
Climate: mostly temperate; arid in southeast; sub-Antarctic in southwest
Population: 43,024,374 (July 2014 est.)
Ethnic Make-up: white (mostly Spanish and Italian) 97%, mestizo, Amerindian, or other nonwhite groups 3%
Language in Argentina Although Argentina's official language is Spanish, Argentinian Spanish is different from the Spanish spoken in Spain. In some ways it sounds more like Italian than Spanish.
There are also many other languages spoken in Argentina, including Italian, German, English and French. Indigenous languages that are spoken today include Tehuelche, Guarani and Quechua.

Money Exchange and Credit Cards. Major credit cards, traveler's checks, Euros and US dollars are widely accepted in Argentina. You will also find Money Exchange houses and ATM machines in all major cities


 

Travel Information

 

How to arrive to Bariloche is simple, a two hours straight flight from Buenos Aires to San Carlos de
Bariloche international airport is all you need, this flights can be from the international airport Ezeiza or from Aeroparque, domestic airport in Buenos Aires. In case you need any help with this plans let us now, we can help you with transportation from the international airport to the hotel, and to the domestic airport and to plan some city tours around this magnificent capital.

San Carlos de Bariloche is the most beautiful town in Argentina, located in the west side of Rio Negro province is surrounded by the most beautiful part of the Andes with the Mont Tronador as the highest cover by 7 glaciers and amazing lakes and rivers. This city get tourism all year with many outdoors adventures to do in summer and the biggest sky resort of Latin America in winter. This is the pearl of Argentina, is so beautiful that many Presidential conventions were made here.
The city have a wide range for lodging and restaurants to fix all possible request. Is very safe, people now that we need tourism and we care of this every day.

Buenos Aires is a city far more European than South American, an urban landscape steeped in tradition but offering modernity that never disappoints. From its numerous museums to its old-time cafés and milongas, or dance halls, for the seductive Tango, one will never find a dull moment. Watch a soccer match in the famous La Boca stadium and experience the bliss of football in Argentina. Wander the bustling streets and grand avenues of the city and then explore the numerous historic neighborhoods. Buenos Aires vibrates with the history and energy brought by numerous European immigrants at the turn of the 20th century. Visit La Boca, with its brightly painted homes, or San Telmo; both neighborhoods were founded by Italian immigrants. Then cross over to Recoleta or Barrio Norte, which boast a French aristocratic style. With its charming
European character and delicate balance of the historic and modern, Buenos Aires showcases the unique personality of Argentina

Argentina
Location: South America, borders with Bolivia 832 km, Brazil 1,224 km, Chile 5,150 km, Paraguay 1,880 km, Uruguay 579 km Capital: Buenos Aires
Climate: mostly temperate; arid in southeast; sub-Antarctic in southwest
Population: 43,024,374 (July 2014 est.)
Ethnic Make-up: white (mostly Spanish and Italian) 97%, mestizo, Amerindian, or other nonwhite groups 3%
Language in Argentina Although Argentina's official language is Spanish, Argentinian Spanish is different from the Spanish spoken in Spain. In some ways it sounds more like Italian than Spanish.
There are also many other languages spoken in Argentina, including Italian, German, English and French. Indigenous languages that are spoken today include Tehuelche, Guarani and Quechua.

Money Exchange and Credit Cards. Major credit cards, traveler's checks, Euros and US dollars are widely accepted in Argentina. You will also find Money Exchange houses and ATM machines in all major cities



 

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