Built entirely of stone and Patagonian cypress in 1938, the Capilla San Eduardo is both a striking blend of traditional Andean and neogothic architecture (in case you're interested in that kind of thing), and one of Bariloche's most visited landmarks. It also happens to overlook the historic Llao Llao Hotel, which makes it easy to find. Overall, the chapel's interior is simple and subtle, but for an ornately painted frieze of St. Edward donated by renowned Argentinean painter Raul Soldi that hangs behind the altar. Take a walk along the veranda and soak in the incredible scenery or sit inside and take a moment to reflect in this beautiful and historic building.
Location:Bustillo Ave 8400, Llao Llao, Bariloche