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Everything is reliably homemade at this teahouse (tea service AR$110).
Commemorates the founding of the city on March 19.
Gales del Sur has hourly buses to Esquel (30 minutes).
Occupies the restored remains of a 1922 grain mill. At the time of research it was closed for renovation. It’s a couple of blocks east of the plaza, at the end of 25 de Mayo.
This artisans market fills Plaza Coronel Fontana on Sundays in summer and on alternate Sundays the rest of the year.
The bus terminal faces the plaza and has buses to Comodoro Rivadavia at 11:30pm Sunday through Friday.
Trevelin’s oldest teahouse occupies a modern building but has high traditional standards. Along with a bottomless pot, there’s cream pie, torta negra and scones (tea service AR$150).
The biggest Welsh celebration of the year, this multilingual festival where bards compete in song and poetry takes place at the end of October.
If you're not in the mood for tea, make this excellent home-style restaurant your first choice...
Horse lovers can pay their respects at this monument holding the remains of Malacara, a brave horse whose swift retreat saved its owner’s hide...
This lanky and lowbrow Wild West saloon is much better suited to drinking than sleeping, but by all means stop by: the owner is friendly, the 1916 construction is stuffed with relics and sculptures, and the place get...
Overboard adorable, this pastel cafe serves big salads, baked goods and sandwiches on mismatched china. There's both beer and barista drinks in a cheerful, casual atmosphere.
Don’t let the Irish-pub atmosphere fool you into thinking this is just another stock-standard watering hole: the restaurant serves up good set lunches, too, and a range of hearty soups, salads and sandwiches, with Gu...
For mountain-bike rentals and trail details in summer.
A comfortable brick restobar with sidewalk tables and big cold beers made for splitting. With live performances daily in summer and weekly off-season, ranging from Argentine rock to blues and alt music.
A favorite at this frilly cafe is waffles with dulce de leche; it’s also good for breakfast, sandwiches and ice-cream sundaes. Grab an overstuffed chair at the back. It also serves more substantial fare.
Serving organic pizza, pastas, fresh lemonade and artisan beer, Quillen might be more at home in Palermo, Buenos Aires than the Andean foothills, but here it is...
Relaxed and warm, this brick yuppie watering hole is ideal for a glass of wine or cup of joe, plus decent sandwiches, pasta and pizza.
Independent and nationally certified guide Estefanía Chereguini, one of the creators of Huella Andina, leads guided hikes in Parque Nacional Los Alerces and in off-the-beaten path Patagonia. English spoken.
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