San Martin de Los Andes, Avenida San Martin Roses Live Cam, Argentina

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San Martin de Los Andes lies on the shores of the scenic Lacar lake in the heart of Lanin National Park, allowing you to make environmental attacks, practically without leaving the city. The city built a small wooden and stone houses more similar to a large mountain village. Peace and tranquility in pristine surroundings attract many tourists. Add to this the excellent tourist infrastructure, and a portrait of the city will be entirely complete. The city is never empty: in the winter you can ski, in summer Hiking and fishing, navigation on the lakes, rafting, canopy, trekking. The range of opportunities for leisure activities in this Department. As of Bariloche from there you can take the route on the road of the Seven Lakes, only in reverse order.

San Martin de Los Andes is a picturesque town located on the shores of lake Lacar in the Western part of Argentina. The nearest airport is in Neuquen. The average temperature of January – the hottest month is +15°C and in July is set to about +4°C. From Neuquen to San Martin de Los Andes can be reached by bus in an hour. It is perhaps the most beautiful city in the country. The territory of San Martin de Los Andes is decorated with stunning river, with waterfalls, lakes and lush forests. Most of the natural attractions are concentrated in Lannom national Park. Summer is popular for extreme sports, particularly mountain Biking, trekking and rafting. Common horseback riding, golfing and sport fishing. In winter, San martín de Los Andes is a Paradise for skiers. Over the decades of its existence, the local ski center has earned a solid reputation among athletes and ski lovers and is considered one of the best places to stay relative to the quality of service and overall livability. In addition, the city is decorated with unusual architectural features: historic churches, sculptures and monuments. The population of San Martin de Los Andes reaches 24 thousand people.

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