How to get there by car

Through Santa Rosa: Acceso Oeste, National Route No. 5, National Route No. 35, National Route No. 152, National Route No. 143, Provincial Route No. 20, National Route No. 151, National Route No. 22, National Route No. 237 and National Route No. 40. Through Bahía Blanca: National Route No. 3, National Route No. 22, National Route No. 237 and National Route No. 40.
Take National Route No. 35, National Route No. 152, National Route No. 143, Provincial Route No. 20, National Route No. 151, National Route No. 22, National Route No. 237 and National Route No. 40.
Take National Route No. 9, National Route No. 157, National Route No. 60, Provincial Route No. 16, Provincial Route No. 15, National Route No. 20, National Route No. 148, National Route No. 151, National Route No. 22, National Route No. 237 and National Route No. 40.
Take National Route No. 11, National Route No. 33, Provincial Route No. 70, Provincial Route No. 4, Provincial Route No. 102 , National Route No. 35, and then follow the itinerary indicated for the province of La Pampa.
Take National Route No. 12, National Route No. 14, National Route No. 6, Provincial Route No. 6, Acceso Oeste Bs.As., and from there follow the route from Buenos Aires, through Santa Rosa.
Take National Route No. 146, National Route No. 143, National Route No. 151, Provincial Route No. 7, National Route No. 22, National Route No. 237 and National Route No. 40.
Take National Route No. 38, National Route No. 79, National Route No. 20, and continue the itinerary indicated from San Luis.
Take National Route No. 7, Provincial Route No. 171, National Route No. 143, finishing the trip in the same way as with the provinces above.
Take National Route No. 26, National Route No. 20 and National Route No. 40.
Take National Route No. 3, Provincial Route No. 288, Provincial Route No. 27, Provincial Route No. 25 and National Route No. 40

Table of distances

Place Distance
Bahía Blanca 1076 km
Buenos Aires 1640 km
Catamarca 1885 km
Comodoro Rivadavia 868 km
Córdoba 1610 km
Corrientes 2359 km
El Bolsón 131 km
Esquel 300 km
Jujuy 2378 km
La Pampa 988 km
La Rioja 1756 km
Mendoza 1221 km
Neuquén 416 km
Piedra del Aguila 185 km
Rosario 1741 km
Rio Gallegos 1667 km
Salta 2449 km
San Juan 1427 km
San Luis 1996 km
San Martín de los Andes (via Siete Lagos) 190 km
Santa Rosa 1011 km
Santiago del Estero 1964 km
Trelew 860 km
Tucumán 2074 km
Ushuaia 2228 km
Viedma 829 km
Villa La Angostura 83 km
Villa Traful 100 km

How to get there by plane

Air transport is more comfortable and most widely chosen to travel from Buenos Aires, and they are offered by LAN and Aerolíneas Argentinas.

Aerolíneas Argentinas/ Austral

Mitre 185 y Villegas - Phone: (0294) 423682 - 4422425 - 4423161- 4423759
Airport - Phone: (0294) 422144 - 4423234 - 0810-222-86527
http://www.aerolineas.com.ar/en-us/


LAN Argentina

Mitre 534 - Phone: (0294) 427755
Airport - Phone: (0294) 435077 - 0810-999-9526
https://www.latam.com/en_us/


LADE

John O'Connor 214 - Phone: (0294) 423562
Airport - Phone: 0810-810-5233
http://www.lade.com.ar/


Andes

Mitre 106 - Phone: (0294) 425494
Airport - Phone: 0810 - 777 - 2633
http://www.andesonline.com/

How to get there by bus

There is a large offering of buses in Argentina, and most offer services from and to Bariloche. You can choose from among basic services, seats partially convertible into beds, fully convertible into beds or executive bed service. They all offer comfortable seats, onboard movies, drinks, breakfast, lunch or dinner during the trip.

See below information on the different companies to check times and rates:

Albus

Bus Station - Box No. 7 - (0294) 4423552
www.albus.com.ar

Andesmar

Bus Station - Box No. 6 - (0294) 4430211
www.andesmar.com

Andesmar Chile

Bus Station - Box No. 2 - (0294)4422288
www.andesmar.com

Bus Norte

Bus Station - Box No. 14 - (0294) 4422818
www.busescruzdelsur.cl

C.A.T.A. Internacional

Bus Station - Box No. 17 - (0294) 4424436
www.catainternacional.com

Chevallier

Bus Station - Box No. 8 - (0294) 4425914
www.nuevachevallier.com

Crucero del Norte

Bus Station - Box No. 3 - (0294) 4435999 |4432181
www.crucerodelnorte.com.ar

Don Otto

Bus Station - Box No. 11 - (0294) 4437699
www.donotto.com.ar

El Rápido Argentino

Bus Station - Box No. 8 - (0294) 4424565
www.rapido-argentino.com

El Valle

Bus Station - Box No. 5 - (0294) 4431444
Serigos 1850 (0294) 4422217
www.elvalle.com.ar

Flecha Bus

Bus Station - Box No. 8 - (0294) 4425914
www.flechabus.com.ar

Ko Ko

Bus Station - Box No. 12 - (0294) 4431135
www.empresakoko.com.ar

Mar y Valle

Bus Station - Box No. 13 - (0294) 4432269
web.facebook.com/Mar-y-Valle/

Marga

Bus Station - Box No. 17 - (0294) 4424436
www.taqsa.com.ar

TUS

Bus Station - Box No. 8 - (0294) 4425914
www.tus.com.ar

Via Bariloche

Bus Station - Box No. 4 to 6 - (0294) 4431444 | 4432444 |4429012
Serigos 1850 - (0294) 4422217
Mitre 321 - (0294) 4429012
www.viabariloche.com.ar

How to get there by train

The Patagonic train currently connects Viedma with San Carlos de Bariloche. Going through the intemediate San Antonio Oeste station (Las Grutas Seaside Resort), Valcheta, R. Mexía, Sierra Colorada, Los Menucos, Maquinchao, Ing. Jacobacci, Clemente Onelly, Comallo, Pilcaniyeu and finally, the most populated city in Río Negro, San Carlos de Bariloche. With a weekly trip, it leaves Viedma on Fridays and arrives in Bariloche on Saturdays.

You may travel Coach, Pullman, and Sleeping Car, and it generally includes a Restaurant Car. You can take your own Vehicle, car or SUV. Motorbikes are carried in the open car, but you need to inform in advance to confirm or reserve the place.

To receive advise, go to the website Patagonic Train

VIEDMA STATION

(02920) 422130
estacionviedma@trenpatagonicosa.com.ar


SAN ANTONIO OESTE STATION

(02934) 421314
estacionsao@trenpatagonicosa.com.ar

I. JACOBACCI STATION

(02940) 432125
estacionjacobacci@trenparagonicosa.com.ar


BARILOCHE STATION

(02944) 423172
estacionbariloche@trenpatagonicosa.com.ar

Crossing to Chile

Cardenal Samoré Crossing - Vehicles admitted

This crossing is considered the second most important at the national level.

You can get there from Bariloche by route 40 to Villa La Angostura, and from there it is 53 km to the International Crossing.

This crossing is open all year round. The road is paved in its entirety. Snow chains are required in the winter.

Hours: Winter 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Summer: 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Required Documents: here

Pérez Rosales Crossing

This crossing is located at Port Frías, West of Lake Nahuel Huapi at 41° 01´ 00” Latitude South – 72° 24´ 00” Longitude West, and it is a Lake Crossing. The Pérez Rosales crossing communicates with Peulla - 30 km in Chile where you can take the route and then the Raft at Lake Todos Los Santos to travel 120 km to Puerto Varas.

Manso River Crossing

This crossing is located West of Lake Steffen, 41° 30 Latitude South – 71° 51´ Longitude West, without access to vehicles. The crossing is fit for horses and mountain bike. The Chilean side does not have a vehicle access either. Lake Vidal Gormaz and Mount Torrecillas are closed by.

Vuriloche Crossing

This is a pedrestrian crossing, there is no vehicle road on the Chilean side. There is a seasonal Border Patrol post , from November to April, located exactly at: 41° 13´ 14” Latitude South – 71° 51´ 30” Longitude West.

Table of distances

Place Distance
Among Lakes 223 km
Frutillar 300 km
Osorno 250 km
Place Distance
Puerto Montt 390 km
Puerto Varas 318 km
Valdivia 348 km

How to get there by boat

The tour connects the region of the Chilean lakes with that of Argentina's lakes, crossing two thick national parks and three mountain lakes, at the foot of the majestic vulcanos.

The combined boat and bus journey begins in the city of Bariloche, or in the neighboring cities of Chile: Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas, a few kilometers away.

It may be done throughout the year: In the winter, it is done in two days, staying at the hotel of the small town of Peulla. In the summer, it may be done in only one day.

If you want to return to Bariloche, you can do it following the same route or take a regular bus headed North, to the neighboring city of Osorno. There is the Antonio Samoré Crossing (formerly Puyehue), to enter Argentina through the Province of Neuquén, at the level of Villa La Angostura. The trip takes approximately 8 hours. In the middle of the Andes range you may see the Osorno Vulcano, a scenery that is hard to forget, as is the whole trip.