Capilla de San Eduardo is a complimentary edition to the Hotel Llao Llao. Built in 1938 by the hotel's architect, Bustillo, the church replicates the log and stone theme. The windows are decorated in stained-glass religious picture stories. The views from the church veranda are awe-inspiring. Mount Tronador mixes in with other towering peaks to create a stark contrast to the azure water of lakes Nahuel Huapi and Moreno Oeste. Capilla de San Eduardo is hailed as Bariloche's most popular tourist spot and the country's favorite place for weddings.
Bustillo KM 25
Llao Llao, Argentina
Historical Building Types:
Located right before the Llao Llao Hotel.
Travel Tips: The church is only open for service on holidays and special Sundays.
Price Description: Free
Relative price: Free
Travel Skills: None
You Need to Bring: Bring your camera. The views are amazing!
The Llao Llao Hotel, Parque Muncipal Llao Llao, Puerto Panuelo