Colonia Suiza, San Carlos de Bariloche

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.6/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web
A short drive out of Bariloche, Colonia Suiza draws backpackers, campers, and souvenir hunters to the picturesque foothills of the Lopez Mountain. Home to workshops and stores offering handmade stone and wood items, the small village also serves as an ideal base for exploring the surrounding Andean wilderness. You can choose to discover the pristine natural area on foot or on horseback, and to sleep under the stars and rely on your wits for survival, or to take advantage of the several family-friendly hostels accomodating adventure-seekers from across the globe. Several teahouses serve homemade strudels, berry cakes, and goat cheeses. Arrange your visit to Colonia Suiza and discover more family-friendly attractions in San Carlos de Bariloche using our San Carlos de Bariloche trip itinerary builder.
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  • The way to get is very cute, the truth is that the village is chiquito. We arrived at noon one day fair and had closed things!
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  • An alley gastronomic and scenic by the type of construction and crafts fair. It can be after making the small circuit.
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  • The place is nice but lacks options more beyond the places to eat. The fair is open only half, 2 days a week
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  • Very good service, price and excellent cocinacocinaa
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  • very rich all
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  • Excellent attention to goods acquired from!
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  • Good service, warm and friendly place
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  • Excellent attention in all the senses! Recommended 100%
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