Welcome to Mendoza

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You're Going to Love Mendoza

Situated at the heart of Argentina's wine country, Mendoza is a prosperous, vibrant city which pairs Art Deco architecture and leafy streets with excellent nightlife and a host of outdoor activities to enjoy in the nearby mountains. It's a real vintage destination.

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When to Visit Mendoza

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Mendoza is at its best between October and April (the southern hemisphere summer). Try April and May for mild weather, spectacular colors and far shorter queues at the wine bars.

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How to Get to Mendoza

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Where to Stay in Mendoza

Exceptional local accommodation options include the Park Hyatt Mendoza, which has an on-site casino, the luxurious Diplomatic Hotel and the Sheraton Mendoza Hotel.

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Shopping Streets

Most of the city's boutiques are clustered around Av San Martin and include dress stores like Almendra and apparel vendors like Kosiuko. If you want to stock up on wine, try Dos Puntos Vinoteca or Peatonal.

Groceries and Other

Mendoza's supermarkets include Super Murciana and Super A. Expect to pay around ARS30 for 12 eggs.

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C$ 16.98
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A pair of jeans
C$ 128.08
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Single public transport ticket
C$ 0.68
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Cappuccino
C$ 2.86

Where to Eat in Mendoza

Mendoza's dining scene is almost on a level with its wine. Grilled meats (asado) are a specialty, and highlights include Azafran, La Nilda and Nadia O.F. Expect to pay around ARS200 for an exceptionally good steak.