Nestled in the Andean foothills, Mendoza is a city of spacious boulevards, grand fountains, and plentiful green spaces. All this, plus a pleasant climate and this laidback, cosmopolitan city is very likely to win you over with its charms! Oh, and then there’s the wine. Mendoza is the centre of Argentina’s industry, and although technically desert, the city’s surroundings are full of vineyards producing world-class vino. It’s at night that the city truly comes to life, so there’s no better place to enjoy the atmosphere whilst sipping on a glass of something local (we recommend the Malbec!).      

Mendoza at a Glance

We all enjoy a good fact or two - here are a few useful ones about Mendoza:

GMT -3
time difference
13.5 Hours
flight time
1.88 Million
population
Wine!
famous landmark
Empanadas
local food
Spring
best time to visit

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