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San Carlos de Bariloche
San Carlos de Barloche
Located in the north-western region of Patagonia Argentina, 1627 km away from the city of Buenos Aires, 764 metres above sea level and on the southern shore of the stunning Nahuel Huapi Lake, Bariloche stands as the leading tourist destination in the Province of Río Negro and as one of the most important destinations in the park created on October 9, 1934, the Nahuel Huapi National Park (which in Araucanian language means tiger island) that is under a special scheme for its conservation and protection. Its extraordinary natural beauty dazzled the first explorers and inhabitants and, later on, European immigrants found it quite similar to their homeland, and chose this area as a place of permanent residence. Its location, in the Southwest of Neuquén and the Northwest of Río Negro, comprises 750,000 hectares, 330,000 of which belong to the National Reserve. Bariloche makes you enjoy music with choral concerts, high-level musicals and Camerata Bariloche performances. The traditional National Snow Festival, the Torch Descent from Catedral Hill, Choral Christmas, the Festival of European -Argentinean and Latin American Communities, provide Bariloche with a tourist appeal that goes beyond the well-known natural beauty attractions of its surroundings.