How to get there
The main international route to Bariloche is by connecting in the capital city of Argentina, Buenos Aires. There are direct flights to Buenos Aires from most main European hubs (Frankfurt, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Madrid, etc.) and US hubs (Houston, Miami, New York, etc.) to Buenos Aires Ezeiza international aiport. From China, the usual route is traveling to Europe and connecting there. From Japan, most common connections are through the US. There are many daily direct flights from Buenos Aires to Bariloche. If you decide to travel directly to Bariloche, you can directly follow up with a local flight. If you choose to stay a few days in Buenos Aires, there are flights to Bariloche leaving conveniently from a smaller airport in the city: Jorge Newbery Airport. Please note that Ezeiza international airport is approximately 45 min from the city. Bariloche airport (BRC – Teniente Luis Candelaria Intl.) is located 13 km away from the city of Bariloche, and 25 km away from the conference venue. We will organize regular bus services for our conference attendees to go from the airport to the conference venue on Saturday and Sunday before the conference starts.
The conference will take place in one of the most iconic hotels of Patagonia, the LlaoLlao Hotel.
Details on booking and special fares for our group will be available shortly.
Please note that the LlaoLlao hotel is located 25 km from the city of San Carlos de Bariloche - however, if you prefer to stay in the city, there are many easy options for transportation.
Other options of accommodation
There are many options for accommodation in Bariloche and close to Av. Exequiel Bustillo (the main road joining Bariloche with Llao Llao), ranging from different category hotels to cabins and B&Bs. Below are listed some of the hotels:
- Hotel Amancay — 1.4 km from Venue
- Hotel Tunquelén — 1.8 km from Venue
- Penon del Lago Hotel — 15 km from Venue
- Cacique Inacayal Lake & Spa Hotel — 24.6 km from Venue (in Bariloche)
Information about visas
Visa requirements for Argentina can be found in this page (not official): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_Argentina. If you have doubts about visa requirements, we recommend that you contact the Argentinean consulate in your country. More information about visas and contact information of Embassies and Consulates can be found here: https://cancilleria.gob.ar/en/service/foreigners/visas. If you do need a visa please contact us to request a letter of support at email@example.com including the following information:
- your full name
- date of birth
- passport number and type
- landline or mobile phone number
- e-mail address