Thousands of natural mirrors allow visitors to fully enjoy the landscapes that the Patagonian city offers.
San Carlos de Bariloche (commonly called Bariloche) is a city in the province of Ríos Negro, in the Argentine Patagonia region. It is bordered by Nahuel Huapi, a large glacial lake surrounded by Andean mountains. Bariloche is known for its Swiss Alpine-style architecture and its chocolate, which is sold in shops on Calle Miter, the main avenue. It is also a popular base for hiking and skiing in the nearby mountains, and for exploring the surrounding Lake District.