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“The Place to take an Iconic Photo of the Llao Llao Resort. ”

Capilla de San Eduardo
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Bariloche Sightseeing Tour
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Owner description: Built in the 1940s, Capilla de San Eduardo is distinctively English in its architecture, a vestige of years of British influence in South America.
Reviewed 19 September 2016 via mobile

The chapel itself is quaint and sits atop a small hill. It was closed the day we were there so we couldn't see the inside. There is an overlook that allows you to take what is considered the Iconic photograph of the Llao Llao Resort with the mountains in the background.

Date of experience: September 2016
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Reviewed 27 March 2016

This Church is on the edge of the Llao Llao estate and was apparently built about the same time under the supervision of Bustillo, the person who designed the hotel.

It's a simple wooden structure and is lovely and light inside, with modern stained glass windows. We enjoyed the climb up the steep steps, but you can drive up to the car park behind. Either way, the views from the top are lovely.

Date of experience: March 2016
Thank Henso
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Reviewed 18 February 2016

The church is beautiful and it overlooks the Llao Llao hotel; however, it was closed, so I can't say much more than that it was a nice 10 minute break off driving around circuito chico.

Date of experience: January 2016
Thank Arthur N
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Reviewed 4 February 2015

Admittedly, the scoring is probably a little inflated because of the gorgeous scenery of Circuito Chico. If you go on this route, it's worth stopping by to see this little wooden church. I wasn't able to go inside at the time I went, but it was designed by the architect Alejandro Bustillo, an instrumental figure with immense contribution to the region (you can probably see his name everywhere!) The little flower garden is well kept and provides beautiful views of the church.

The view from the church outside is stunning as you can see the surrounding lakes and, if you squint, Mount Tronador.

Date of experience: December 2014
Thank K T
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Reviewed 12 November 2014

The best thing about this small chapel is getting there! It is just a fantastic trip along the coast boarding the lake with stunning view of the mountains. The trip covers 25 odd kilometers from the Civic Center and it is the penultimate bus stop of line 20, only line which gets there.
Upon arrival, you will see the chapel standing above you. Therefore, you will have to go up very nice cobblestone stairs to reach the top. After you have recovered your breath, look back and enjoy the marvellous view in front of you, among others, Puerto Pañuelo, the small port of Bariloche from which all the sea tours leave from. When you enter the chapel, you will not be impressed by its size nor by its contents. It´s just a very nice chapel. And chapels are made to pray at, you if so choose. Go out again and enjoy the views on the other side: the great Llao Llao Hotel (many claim the most luxurious hotel in Argentina) the mountains and the stunning Cerro Tronador (an actively geographical volcano which has never erupted again) which has eternal snow because it is covered by 7 glaciars.)
The visit to the Chapel is included in the Circuito Chico Tour.
By all means, take this trip over to the Chapel and enjoy its surroundings.

Date of experience: October 2014
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