Mendoza (Latin American Spanish:), officially the City of Mendoza (Spanish: Ciudad de Mendoza) is the capital of the province of Mendoza in Argentina. It is located in the northern-central part of the province, in a region of foothills and high plains, on the eastern side of the Andes .
Mendoza. A bustling city of wide, leafy avenues, atmospheric plazas and cosmopolitan cafes, Mendoza is a trap. Even if you’ve (foolishly) only given it a day or two on your itinerary, you’re likely to be captivated by the laid-back pace.
About Mendoza. Known best for its wine, Mendoza is a bustling city to the east of Mount Aconcagua, the highest peak in the Western Hemisphere. Although it draws its share of adventure travelers, lured by the climbing, skiing, hiking and rafting opportunities within an easy drive of downtown, the area’s more than 1,000 vineyards bring ...
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Mendoza (Spanish pronunciation: ), officially Province of Mendoza, is a province of Argentina, in the western central part of the country in the Cuyo region. It borders San Juan to the north, La Pampa and Neuquén to the south, San Luis to the east, and the republic of Chile to the west; the international limit is marked by the Andes mountain ...
Mendoza, Argentina, is loved for its tree-lined streets, sunny days, Malbec wine and restaurants and spas. Here are the best things to do on your visit.
EXPLORE THE STUNNING VISTAS OF MENDOZA. Mendoza’s on central and four smaller plazas give locals and visitors plenty of places to sit in the shade and drink yerba mate, if you’re so inclined. The vast Parque General San Martín is great for a bike ride, a long walk or a picnic.
Mendoza, city, capital of Mendoza provincia (province), western Argentina. It is situated at an elevation of 2,497 feet (761 metres) in the irrigated Mendoza River valley at the foot of the Sierra de los Paramillos, a secondary range in the Andes Mountains. The city was founded and relocated
Pictured: Sunset in the vineyards. Mendoza is a new frontier to explore and discover. As South America’s top wine region, with fabulous hotels and world-class restaurants, and a vibrant local culture, Mendoza appeals to travelers from all over the globe. The outer regions are as enticing as the city and wine country for adventurous types and ...
Mendoza, provincia (province), western Argentina. The northern city of Mendoza is the provincial capital. Mendoza province extends eastward from the high peaks of the Andes Mountains, which form its boundary with Chile. A considerable part of its area is occupied by arid and semiarid sections of.