Mendoza Things to Do

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  • 1. Wine Tour

    I just got back from an Amazing Trip to Mendoza, Argentina. We spent a week in Mendoz at the Park Hyatt Hotel (great great hotel) and enjoyed many wonderful activities. I would recommend that if you...

  • 2. Andes

    There is a day tour from Mendoza called Alta Montana tour, it's a nice way of visiting the Andes, very safe, nice people,lunch, some women alone. Or you can take the regular bus,stop in Aconcagua park...

  • 3. Parque San Martin

    This park is the biggest and most beautiful of Mendoza. It was designed by french architect Carlos Thays, and opened in 1906 (although its origins go back to 1896). The park has beautiful streets and...

  • 4. Plaza Independencia

    This square, which is surrounded by beautiful buildings and restaurants, is a perfect starting point to explore the center of Mendoza Plaza Independencia, the biggest and most important square in the...

  • 5. Villavicencio

    Villavicencio is an old resort spa located in an ecologically preserved area about 50 km north of Mendoza. Although the resort has been unused for the past 30 years, the grounds still have the famous...

  • 6. Plaza Espana

    Of the several plazas in Mendoza, Plaza de Espana stands out for its beautiful azulejos (tiles). There is also an open air crafts market where you can buy things like carved wood items, jewelry, some...

  • 7. Museo de Arte moderno - Modern Arts Museum

    I visited the museum of Modern Arts at plaza Independecia one evening on my way to find a good restaurant at Sarmiento avenue. It was a good break for me although I didn’t spend much time here because...

  • 8. Cerro de la Gloria

    The Monumento al Ejercito de los Andes (Monument of the Andes' Army) is located on top of the Glory Hill. Its construction started in 1911 and was inaugurated in february 1914 for the 97th aniversary...

  • 9. Puente del Inca

    Puente del Inca is a natural stone bridge used by the Incas to cross the Río de las Cuevas. It's located at 2720m (8920ft) above the sea level, on the way to the Aconcagua and to the Chilean border....

  • 10. Ruinas de San Francisco

    Once we were finished with the Winery tour, our guide and the van driver took us back into Mendoza where we began our city tour in the bright 11 AM sunshine. First up were the ruins of the San...

  • 11. Museo Del Pasado Cuyano

    This museum is the Historical Museum of Mendoza. It is open Monday-Friday 9:00-13:00 and it’s located in an old house of Italian style that was built in 1873. I found its collection kind of boring but...

  • 12. Museo Historico San Martin

    I didn't know about The San Martin's Historical Museum and to be honest I was tired of him after seeing so many squares, statues, and streets with his name :) After a short walking at San Martin...

  • 13. Las Lenas Ski Resort

    Las Lenas is around 7 hours away by bus from Mendoza and Penitentes around 3. Las Lenas is a lot bigger with modern skilifts and a snowboard park with rails, ramps and jumps. It is quite a drive from...

  • 14. Horseback Riding

    Last year I visited Mendoza and did the usual wine tours, which were great, actually Andaluna was fantastic. But it wasn't until I was out of the city (overnight) that I really got the sense of what...

  • 15. Spanish Instruction in Mendoza

    As with many cities in Argentina, there is a variety of Spanish courses and private lessons are available. There are two extablished language schools in...

  • 16. A good overview

    The Vines of Mendoza Tasting Room is a stylish addition to the Mendoza wine scene. They offer a great introduction to the wines of a number of the region's...

  • 17. Our favourite

    It wasn't just the fact that the lovely hotel we were staying at (Club Tapiz) was owned by the Tapiz winery that makes me say this was our favourite winery. Nor...

  • 18. This way to the sacrificial altar ...

    I'm afraid the first thing that came to my mind when we arrived at Catena Zapata, the third winery (actually the first of the day) we visited during our stay in...

  • 19. Ampora Wines

    We booked this tour before leaving home. They have great reviews, which they live up too.We were picked up at 9AM and once we picked up one more person we...

  • 20. Tour of Alta Montana

    Alta Montana (The High Andes) is where Cerro Aconcagua is situated. Cerro Aconcagua is the tallest peak in the Andes at 6962m above sea level and also the...

  • 21. Aconcagua Viewpoint, on the cheap

    You can visit the viewpoint trail, it costs about 25 pesos to get in the gate to the park for a foreigner. It is a half-hour walk, and if it is clear you can...

  • 22. Spanish Classes in Mendoza

    I am not a Spanish teacher here in Mendoza, but have been teaching English for several years, and I am familiar with many of the Spanish schools and teachers...

  • 23. Aconcagua Climbing

    Hi. You can visit Around there but you cannot climb. You should need a special permission cause there is no base camp operating in that period because of the...

  • 24. Driving between Mendoza and Santiago

    I really enjoyed the drive between Mendoza and Santiago and think it is a very scenic trip. We did it in our own car and I know that all we had to do was...

  • 25. The Most Personal Wine Tasting Experience Ever!

    Wine tasting is unquestionably one of the great reasons to go to Mendoza! And while I didn't know alot about the various bodegas in the area, we were lucky to...

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