One million perfumes breathed through the soul

Bariloche is the ideal combination of adventure, nature, rest, spring snow and sun, in a paradise with many experiences to offer. A one-of-its-kind trip, with places that invite you to discover, to explore… And return once and again. Do not miss it!

Spring in Bariloche
Spring in Bariloche

Feel the immensity of the smells offered by the city in the spring, and let yourself be seduced by the intensity of its colors under the warm sun that slowly begins to melt away the winter snow. Bariloche, a different city every season.

Week of Adventure

Bariloche is the national capital of Adventure Tourism. Let us show you why.

Spring in Bariloche
Spring in Bariloche

Bariloche has become the ideal destination for the fans of adventure tourism. Once a year, during one week, we celebrate the Festival of Adventure Tourism. This event marks the beginning of the summer season and it is a true celebration for those who practice this kind of sport. The program includes a wide array of free air activities, ideal for the whole family: canoeing, kayaking, rafting, stand up paddling, horseback riding, hiking snowshoeing, canopy and slackline, among other things.

Do not miss the special discounts in the activities in the Week of Adventure Tourism!

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Spring in Bariloche
Spring in Bariloche
Spring in Bariloche
Spring in Bariloche
Spring in Bariloche
Spring in Bariloche
Spring in Bariloche
Spring in Bariloche

Spring in Bariloche combines nature, sun and adventure. Not only will you wanna go, you will wanna come back.

Outings in Spring

Journey

Walking around the Civic Center, getting lost among the shops on Mitre street or visiting the majestic Cathedral. If you have never been to Bariloche, these are the gates to all secrets and attractions the city has to offer. If you have already been here, there is always more to discover.

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Breweries in Spring

Breweries

Bariloche has been producing artisanal beer for over 100 years, and has become a true "beer route". There are beers of many different types, and from different raw materials. Some of them are Stout, Ale, Porter, Bock and Pilsen. In 2012, the city created Beer Art, an event that celebrates and fosters all activities related to the elaboration and production of beer, to promote Bariloche as the capital of artisanal beer in Argentina.

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Sport Fishing in Spring

Fishing

The sole mention of the term "Patagonia" creates expectations for every sports fisherman. The several water bodies, lakes, rivers and creeks in Bariloche are part of its incredibly beautiful nature. Excellent places that will fulfil the expectations of every sports fisherman, whether they choose spinning, fly casting or trolling.

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Spring Adventure

Adventure

Adventure activities in Bariloche are designed to enjoy nature, with you at the center.
Horseback riding tours across the steppe or the woods, kayaking tours, and canoeing are just some of the quiter alternatives to see the scenery from a different place...
Now if you're up for more intense emotions, the proposal may include flying from tree cup to tree cup canopying or ziplining, or rafting down the Manso River or doing stand up rafting on the Limay.
These are just a few of the many alternaties for you to choose from.

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Lake Tours in Spring

Lake Trips

Relax navigating the blue waters of the Nahuel Huapi lake in a modern and comfortable catamaran. You can choose from among several options: Victoria island and the Myrtle Wood, Puerto Blest and Los Cántaros falls, or choose the Andean Crossing.

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Land Tours in Spring

Ground Trips

Mounts are the keepers of our city. They protect us, surround us and turn Bariloche into one of the most visited touristic destinations in Argentina and the continent. Are you visiting Bariloche? You cannot but visit at least one of the majestic mounts and tour the most traditional circuits. Visit the surroundings of Bariloche and the neighboring towns.

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What you need to know about spring

  • SPRING SEASON

  • September 21 to December 20.
    Days become longer, with a gradual increase in temperature that ranges from 7ºC to 20ºC (44 to 68°F) towards the end of the season.

  • CLOTHING

  • The most appropriate is informal, comfortable and practical clothing. We suggest using mountain footwear and warm clothes at night.

  • HOW TO DRIVE ON GRAVEL ROADS

  • Drive at slow speed, to preserve traction and adherence and maintain a safe distance from other vehicles to avoid being hit by any rocks they may throw backwards.

  • SET YOUR WATCH

  • Sunrise and Sunset: 6:15 a.m. / 9:20 p.m. Time Zone: GMT-3

  • TIPS

  • Voltage is 220 V and sockets are TYPE I.
    International code: +54 / Area code: 294.
    Supermarkets do not offer plastic bags.

  • BANKS

  • Hours: Mondays through Fridays, 8.00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
    The currency used is the Argentine Peso.