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Car rental Bariloche
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An ideal gateway to Argentina’s lush Nahuel Huapi National Park, Rio Negro’s Bariloche city is a perfect sightseeing destination, surrounded by amazing lakes and mountains, being right at the foothills of Andes. The city is sought after not only for its scenic landscapes but for its exceptional venues for climbing trekking and water sporting as well. This Swiss-like town is best seen on a cheap car hire in Bariloche Downtown.

Tourists often get in via the San Carlos de Bariloche International Airport, located a few minutes from the downtown area. Good road connections make way for efficient public bus services throughout the city, although most tourists still prefer the convenience of a car rental in Bariloche Downtown.

Great natural attractions can be found in and around the city, starting from the national park surrounding the Nahuel Hapi Lake, to the rare forest called El Basoque de Arrayanes. Daily cruises around Lake Nahuel Huapi and other picturesque lakes like Lago Frias are also available.

Apart from scenic natural sites, Bariloche is also home to great cultural attractions especially around its main plaza. Visitors could drive a car hire in Bariloche Downtown around the bustling city centre and visit some interesting tourist sites like the Museum of Patagonia, which is also located close to the Tourist center.

Hiking, lake cruises, kayaking, rafting and skiing are just some of the adventurous activities possible in the city, especially with the great natural routes and foot paths that surround the area’s national parks.