Welcome to the Historical Circuit

The following circuit it’s a sample of the most representative architectural and historical heritage of the city as well as a reflection of the way of life in those times. In the Nahuel Huapi Agricultural and Farming Settlement, architecture was simple and employed local materials such as stone and wood.

The influence of central european immigrants’ techniques and styles mingled with excellent carpenters  who designed balconies, stairs and skylights. During the 30s the National Park Management propelled the development of new buildings and services which transformed, in less than a decade, the agri- pastoral village into an international tourist destination. The new construction techniques and materials introduced between 1933 and 1944 are reflected in many of the most representative buildings in Bariloche.

Discover all the sites in the Historical Circuit