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Tourism in Mendoza: What You Need to Travel to the Province


Explore one of the world’s most important wine cities, surrounded by the snowy landscapes of the Andes Mountains. The world capital of Malbec displays vineyards that capture the attention of thousands of tourists every year, offering the most varied wineries to indulge in Mendoza’s pleasures.

Visit the world capital of Malbec


This land is the largest wine producer of the country. It’s called the world capital of Malbec. Explore it. Taste the wine route. Tour wineries and vineyards surrounded by unforgettable landscapes of the Andes Mountains. Go to the National Grape Harvest Fest [Fiesta Nacional de la Vendimia], one of the most important festivals in our country; a show that goes beyond its frontiers. Enjoy folklore music. Celebrate the election of the National Grape Harvest Queen. 

Explore rivers and valleys, lakes and mountains. Discover unique sceneries for adventure. Rafting and kayaking. Rappelling and mountain climbing. Ziplining and mountain biking. Visit the Aconcagua Provincial Park and find a mountain sought by climbers from all over the world: the Aconcagua, the highest in the Americas. Do you prefer rural tourism? Take part in crops, harvests and other types of craft production. Mendoza is waiting for you.

 


 

About Mendoza

Land of vines, snowy mountains, and adventure

About the Province

The seventh-largest province in Argentina combines nature with gastronomic pleasures, adventure with relaxation, and mountains with vineyards. A holiday to Mendoza is all you need to connect with fresh air and outdoor activities. Wine tourism, its main attraction, places it among the great world wine capitals, hosting the best winery in the world, Zuccardi Valle de Uco.

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Must-see Attractions


Mendoza’s Wine Route

Did you know that Mendoza is one of the main world wine capitals and that the best winery in the world is Zuccardi Valle de Uco? A red universe to discover.


Adventure Tourism in the Atuel Canyon

A natural place that dates back to the Paleozoic era. One of the oldest formations in the Andes Mountains, and the ideal setting for practising rafting, canopy, rappelling, and more.


The Hot Springs in Cacheuta and its Dreamy Landscape

Meltwater thermal baths nestled in mountains and a stunning landscape. Visit one of the most famous hot springs in Argentina, in Mendoza.


Puente del Inca: World Heritage Site

A natural-stone bridge named by the Inca communities. Mineral waters and sediments formed the phenomenon that today is an icon of the province.


Las Leñas, One of the Most Important Ski Resorts in Argentina

Twenty-nine slopes for varying levels, plenty of snow, and options to discover this must-visit place also in summer.


Mendoza Capital: Gastronomy, Mountains, and Green Areas

Panoramic views of the Cerro de la Gloria; artificial lakes and walks in the San Martín Park; and the Sarmiento pedestrian street to taste the culinary art.

Dry summers, and humid winters. The average temperature is 24 °C in summer and 6 °C in winter (with heavy snowfall). In addition, the orientation of the mountain range and its height favour the development of the Zonda wind, with greater intensity in August and September.

Autumn and spring are the two recommended seasons for visiting the province. The climate is ideal, tourism booms, and you will see an unforgettable facet of Mendoza. If you are more into skiing, then you should consider visiting in July and August.

Mendoza is located in the west of the country, more specifically in the Cuyo Region.

Activities

¡Descubrí las experiencias que solo se viven en Mendoza!

Mendoza, at the foot of the Andes

Mendoza wines

Mendoza Andes mountains

Andean crossing

El Sosneado

Uco Valley

Golf in Mendoza

Aconcagua Provincial Park

Cordón del Plata Provincial Park

Expedition to the Uruguayan team’s plane

Rafting in the Mendoza River

Inca Bridge

General San Martin Park

Malargüe

San Rafael

Cacheuta hot springs

Malacara volcano

Horseback riding in Los Molles

Uco Valley, Mendoza

Atuel Canyon

Valle Grande

El Nihuil

Malbec Wine

Mendoza: Best of Wine Tourism

Events

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