Finca Adalgisa - Mendoza

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Pueyrredon 2222, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, M5528DHT, Argentina
Finca Adalgisa Hotel Vineyard & Winery
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 124% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Solo86
  • Business75

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Where to stay....transport in getting around....

by robanday

Hello, could you tell me where the most reasonable bed and breakfast would be within walking distance to most major highlights! Would you suggest we hire a car for 2 days,in Mendoza then as we are intending to drive on to Cordoba. Which is a decent car rental company (internet booking would be preferred before), which route to take to Cordoba (what side of the road do Argentinians drive on??) How long do we need. Are there interesting little villages/ sights en route, where do you suggest we stop to overnight???? If you have done this trip before, let me know, OR if it is better to take the bus, that too is not a bad idea. Costs for bus??? Thanks any info is great!

Re: Where to stay....transport in getting around....

by gfinesilver

a lot of places will give you a continental breakfast in the morning.
i thought the Villaggio was nice

i don't know any bed and breakfasts per say but look at aparthoteles.

Re: Where to stay....transport in getting around....

by TheWanderingCamel

If you're planning to take in some of the vineyards (and that's what Mendoza's al about) the vineyards are spread over a very large area. The trip into the mountains (fantastic!) is a full day's driving, so I would definitely recommend hiring a car for your stay there.

Travel Tips for Mendoza

Me at the pedestrian street

by sof76

There are lot's of coffee's stores (cafes) where you can sit and enjoy the music at the pedestrian street.
Really nice! I've enjoyed it very much!

Hay muchisimos cafes en la peatonal donde uno se puede sentar y disfrutar de la musica de la calle.
Muy lindo, de verdad que lo disfrute mucho!

Looking at a traditionnal dance performance

by ptitetoile

After an exhausting bike trip, we has a sort of consolation : a dance festival on a square in a southern part of Mendoza. We had chacarera (argentine folk dance) and a dance representation of the meeting of colonials and indians...Wonderful!

Enjoy Plaza Independencia - the biggest in MZ

by Trekki

Mendoza has, as all latin american cities / towns, a main plaza.
Plaza Independencia is huge (compared to others), and it is the place to go during day and night. Huge trees are planted there, a big fountain, and a lot of places to rest.
Although it is in the middle of the city, you never have this feeling of being surrounded by noise.
A perfect place to relax.

During the day (from 10 a.m.) until minimum 10 p.m. a mercado de artesanias is there, a lot of small stands, selling all and everything.
The quality of the things is excellent, e.g. all the leather clothing, belts, purses etc.

During the night, a lot of other artists are there, playing music, performing, etc.
We saw for example a group of schoolkids, performing capueira - excellent !!!

Everything ends up the first...

by Erika_Reese

Everything ends up the first march's saturday with the Principal Show at the 'Greek Theatre Frank Romero Day'. This masterpiece it´s located at the border of the 'Glory Hill' in the 'General San Martin Park' and performers like actors and singers represents scenes of the daylife in Mendoza, urban and rural.

Puente del Inca

by Gaspar&Floppy

Puente del Inca is a natura bridge made after thousands of years of water erosion. A river of mineral water runs through it
The legend says that once upon a time an Inca prince was terribly ill, his father was informed of a river whose water could heal his son. He took his son together with his servants to this river but they need it to cross it in order to reach a place where they could get water and there was no bridge. The prince's father felt really sad because his son would die for sure and he prayed to Inti, the god of the sun who felt really sorry for him and his son and made a bridge for them to cross.


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 Finca Adalgisa - Mendoza

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Address: Pueyrredon 2222, Mendoza, Province of Mendoza, M5528DHT, Argentina