San Eduardo Chapel (Capilla de San Eduardo) Tours

San Eduardo Chapel (Capilla de San Eduardo)
Capilla de San Eduardo, or San Eduardo Chapel, was built in 1938 in Bariloche, Argentina. It was built with neo-gothic and European influences by architect Alejandro Bustillo, who also built the Hotel Llao Llao next door. It was built with stone and cypress logs from the area, and the stained glass windows depict religious scenes and stories. The chapel lies within the boundaries of the Nahuel Huapi National Park, and from the front of the building, you can enjoy beautiful views of the forest, mountains such as Mount Tronador, and several lakes including Lake Nahuel Huapi and Moreno Oeste. 

The chapel is one of Bariloche's most famous buildings and a popular tourist attraction, and it's a local favorite for weddings. Hikers often stop at the chapel to take a break and enjoy the views while hiking the Circuito Chico. 

Practical Info

San Eduardo Chapel is located on Avenido Bustillo at kilometer 25. Entrance is free.
Address: Avenido Bustillo KM 25, Bariloche, Argentina
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