Royal Hotel Horcones

Av.Las Heras 145, Mendoza, M5500GMC, Argentina

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Ukrainian Catholic Church in Mendoza

by Khrystyna

We will be in Mendoza on Easter and would like to celebrate at a Ukrainian Catholic Church. Is there one in Mendoza? What is the address? Thx.

RE: Ukrainian Catholic Church in Mendoza

by mccalpin

Hmmmn, well, I have seen references to Ukrainians going to Mendoza, among other places, but the only definite reference I can get to the Ukrainian Catholic church is the eparchy and cathedral in Buenos Aires. It seems that there are some 15 parishes in the eparchy, but I haven't found them yet.

Look at (in Spanish). Note that you can email the Bishop's office at .

Perhaps while you are waiting for a better response, you can try this angle...


RE: RE: Ukrainian Catholic Church in Mendoza

by Gaspar&Floppy

Hi, well, I'm not sure if it is Ukranian but I have a friend with Russian heritage that attends the Orthodox Church on Mitre Avenue in Mendoza city.

RE: RE: Ukrainian Catholic Church in Mendoza

by mccalpin

Actually, that brings up the point: I was assuming that this was a question looking for a Catholic church, not an Orthodox church. The Ukrainian Catholic church is one of the largest churches in alliance with the Vatican, outside of the obviously very large Roman (Latin) rite. But the Orthodox churches are another matter altogether.

If you're looking for Orthodox churches, please ignore my post ;-)


Travel Tips for Mendoza

The National Harvest Festival...

by Dicomo

The National Harvest Festival take place betwen february and march every year, it concludes with a big party in the Greek Theater in the San Martin Park, with music, tipical dances, lights, fireworks and lots and lots of wine.

Going in bus is a good and...

by belle_n

Going in bus is a good and cheap way of transportation. There are some vans which are a good option if you are in a big group because is more familiar and you don't lose a lot of time in the boders if you come from Chile. This vans are not expensive and you can find them in the bus station.
taxis are a good way if you are in a group because it will be cheapest than taking a bus, but if you are alone is better the bus. Another way is walking because it is a nice city to just walk around.

Mendoza’s Museo Fundacional

by mindcrime

Oh god! It was really hot outside and the first thing I enjoyed here was the aircondition of the museum! lol It was completely empty that morning and even the security guards seemed that wanted to rest!

After a while I noticed the great scale models of the city and I’ve read some things about Mendoza’s history while I saw old photographs and objects from the period before the big earthquake.

Some other objects like bottles of horseshoes didn’t keep me there for too long. Here was the Cabildo(town hall) of Mendoza many years before and you can see remains of the cabildo in the museum.

the museum is opened daily 8-20:00 (closed on mondays)

Local Pharmacies

by Gaspar&Floppy

By law there must be some pharmacies per region opened 24 hours a day, that's called in Spanish "Farmacia de turno".
If you don't know where to find these kind of pharamcies, there are signs in each pharmacy indicating this or yo can check Los Andes newspaper.

Mountain Midas

by TheWanderingCamel

Like some strange mountain Midas, the sulphur-rich waters of the Rio de la Cuevas turn anything left in them to golden stone. The path down to the natural bridge over the river and the ruined spa that stands beneath is lined with stalls selling all manner of things that have been left in the water in this way. Once through that, the bridge and the spa are an extraordinary sight, as is the petrified ochre-gold waterfall below the ruins. In 1965 an avalanche destroyed the hotel that housed the spa's clients. The small chapel you see was first built in 1902 and although it had suffered damage from avalanches in the past, the one that destroyed the hotel left it undamaged.

Guide books may tell you that you can walk across the bridge. That information is out of date, the bridge is now closed to tourists.


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