Mendoza

Mendoza Attractions

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Cacheuta

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

Argentina’s hot-spring spa town of Cacheuta has been a popular Andean resort since the early 1900s. Hot springs are a feature of the Andean foothills, and ...  Read more

Potrerillos

4 star rating: Recommended 57 Reviews

Potrerillos is an artificial lake surrounded by snow-dotted mountains and cypress forests on Mendoza’s doorstep. A dammed waterway on the Mendoza River, the ...  Read more

Aconcagua Provincial Park

4 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

It would be a shame if, while visiting Mendoza, Argentina’s most populous city in the western part of the country, you didn’t make it up to the Andes. Not ...  Read more

Puente del Inca

4 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

The area surrounding Mendoza, Argentina is of great historical importance, having been used as an important pass connecting the east and west parts of the ...  Read more

Trapiche Winery

4 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

Unlike some of the smaller wineries in the Mendoza area, Trapiche is very well known in the international wine scene, and in fact, the winery traces its ...  Read more

General San Martin Park

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

Mendoza’s expansive General San Martin Park is a landscaped oasis in the formal European style in the city’s west. With ornamental fountains and classical ...  Read more

Uspallata

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

This small town of less than 3,500 inhabitants mainly receives visitors who are on their way between Chile and Argentina, as it is either the first or the ...  Read more

Navarro Correa Winery

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

The Navarro Correa Winery in Mendoza dates back to the year 1798, when the first grapes were planted at the foot of the Andes by Don Juan de Dios, who would ...  Read more

Achaval Ferrer Winery

This boutique winery traces its history back only to 1998, shortly after the beginning of the Malbec boom in Mendoza. The winery is Argentine and Italian ...  Read more

Andeluna Cellars

The name Andeluna comes from a combination of the words Andes, in the foothills of which these grapes are grown, and luna (moon), which the winemakers say ...  Read more

Bodegas Salentein

The Bodegas Salentein, located in Mendoza’s Valle del Uco (Uco Valley) has the largest “cool climate estate” in Mendoza. The estate covers almost five ...  Read more

Canon del Atuel

Wild whitewater-rafting at its best surges along the Canon del Atuel, a gorge stretching from the Nihuil hydroelectric reservoir in Mendoza Province.  ...  Read more

Domaine Bousquet

This winery that grows organic grapes is easily accessible from Mendoza, in the Uco Valley, with the closest town being diminutive Tupungato. Domaine Bosquet ...  Read more

Finca Decero

The area of Mendoza is well-known for wine, with production here having started as early as the 1500s. But it was not until the 1990s that Mendoza became ...  Read more

Hill of Glory (Cerro de la Gloria)

A 14-ton bronze national monument atop the steps of the Hill of Glory pays tribute to the Army of the Andres battle for liberation, which freed Argentina, ...  Read more

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