Bariloche, Argentina. San Carlos de Bariloche, in Argentina’s Patagonia, is a town bordering Lago Nahuel Huapi, a large glacial lake surrounded by the snow-crowned Andes. It's known for its Swiss alpine architecture and its chocolate, sold in shops lining Calle Mitre, the main street. It's also a popular base for hiking and skiing the nearby mountains and exploring the surrounding Lakes District. (V)
San Carlos de Bariloche is a gateway to the spectacular landscapes throughout Argentina. I want to go there because I love the beauty of nature and since this is the "gateway" to it, I think it would be pretty amazing to see.