We recommend you to visit Mendoza in January and February when you will enjoy “The Fiesta National de la Vendimia” . The main festival begins on the first Saturday of March and continues until the beginning of April with more music, dance, parades, the crowning of the “Queen of the Vendimia” .
Mendoza is a city with historic tradition: keeps many memories of Sant Martin’s epic in the Cerro de la Gloria (Hill of the glory) ... More El Plumerillo, San Martin Park , and the Museum.
One of the most beautiful place in Mendoza is Plaza Espana, that invites you to a quiet stroll to enjoy the gardens and the fountains.
Uspallata is a beautiful valley with the remains of the pre – Colombians mining site; Puente del Inca is one of Argentina’s natural wonders, is a natural stone bridge over the Rio Mendoza.
Some typical Mendoza dishes are: fried pasties, “patitas aliñadas” , beef stew, arrope syrup, tableta mendocina, humita en chala and the famous “tortitas raspadas” (scraped cookies).
The climate is continental, sunny and dry in the entire territory of the province, with warm summers and relatively cold winters.
Mendoza is the capital of Mendoza province, located at the base of the Andes, closer to Santiago, Chile than Buenos Aires.
Located in the Cuyo region, its neighboring region are: San Luis, la Pampa and the Rio Negro, to the West is Chile.
Today Mendoza is the centre of commerce and tourism for the area. It’s prime wine country and is also a major destination for sports enthusiast where many outdoor sports can be enjoyed in beautiful surroundings.
... More /> Mendoza is the “capital of good wine”: the very well known “Ruta de los Vinos” (Route of the Wines), deserves a special mention. The tourists can visit ancient cellars and taste excellent wines.
The main economic activity in Mendoza is the agriculture, also tourism has become one of the most important source of incomings of the province.
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