Mendoza Travel Tips
Spend your days in Mendoza sipping their famous Malbec wine, watching the locals from a park bench in the plaza and exploring the many natural wonders that lay further afield.
Mendoza is perfectly positioned for day trips to the surrounding Andean highlands and desert country. Nearing the Chilean border, the mountains are snow-capped and the arid landscapes are dotted with volcanoes.
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Central Argentina’s hub, Mendoza is an easygoing town with lovely plazas, tree-lined streets, cultural sights and a laid-back vibe. The provincial capital, Mendoza is also the base for excursions ...
Mendoza is the home of quality Malbec red wines – in fact, Mendoza Malbec wines are so fine, they’re beating French Malbec hands down! Argentine wines date back to the Spanish conquistadors, and the ...
Written by Zoe Smith, United Kingdom, November 2012
With its vast desert landscape and backdrop of the snow-laced Andes, Mendoza has a lot to offer those that love the outdoors. The city, a popular stopover for those heading to and from the Chilean ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, February 2012
The long, luxuriant days of the Argentine summer are upon us. Even in the cooler Mendoza highlands, verdant rows of ripening grapes glow in the afternoon sunlight, as if in anticipation of the early ...
Written by Paige, Nicaragua, June 2012
Of course, you’re here for the wine. Wonderful vintages, most famously Malbec, but also beautiful cabernet sauvignons, chardonnays, cerezas, tempranillos and more, are grown at some of the highest ...
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