Bariloche's scenic Civic Center Plaza dates back to its construction and subsequent inauguration in the years leading up to 1940. Designed by renown architect Ernesto de Estrada, this scenic square overlooking Lake Nahuel Huapi has a distinctly European feel, with its wood and stone buildings and gorgeous, mountainous background. Have a look around the Town Hall building and the Patagonian Museum, snap a picture with the plaza's now famous Saint Bernards, get tourist information inside the National Parks Administration Building or simply have a seat on the steps and revel in the beauty of the Argentinean Andes. It's a perfect setting in which to appreciate the beauty of this quaint South American city.
Location:8400 San Carlos de Bariloche