You may visit this southern city at any time of the year and find unique sceneries in each season. Be it springtime, with its iconic vegetation enhancing the most special moments; or summer, with its stunning lakes to swim in or simply contemplate; or the “out-of-a-fairy-tale” warm shades and colors of autumn; or winter, with its snow-covered landscapes and the chance to savor a mug of hot chocolate while taking in the beauty of the place in the company of the person you most love. You name it.
Regardless of the time of the year, Bariloche offers a wide range of activities that are likely to create memorable experiences.The aroma of chocolate as you roam the city’s streets, the possibility to stay away from the noise and come close to the peace and quiet of nature, and even the chance to go sailing and reach another country in a matter of hours.
The wide array of lodging options is another major plus in this city. Bariloche and the surrounding cities are home to spaces that beautifully combine nature, local materials and architecture. Not surprisingly, Las Balsas Relais & Chateaux and Charming Luxury Lodge & Private Spa were also awarded by World Travel Awards 2023.
Stopping by a teahouse, going for a hike on the mountains or around the lakes, relaxing in the best spas in the region, enjoying a visit to nearby towns like San Martín de los Andes or Villa La Angostura, or even discovering some treasure troves like Villa Traful, the submerged forest, or Isla Corazón. That’s right, Bariloche hosts a heart-shaped island. You can’t get anything better than that, can you?
Buenos Aires, two-in-one.
The capital city was awarded the second place in the ranking of the best destinations for a honeymoon, outdoing Cartagena, Galápagos and Rio de Janeiro. For that reason, we encourage honeymooners to stop by the always vibrant Buenos Aires and indulge in the city’s superb cuisine, experience its wealth of cultural attractions and, while at it, sightsee in the metropolis from various perspectives, each with a special ambiance of its own.
Puerto Madero – Buenos Aires