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Who travels to Mendoza returns with at least one bottle of Malbec purchased from the same winery. The capital city also invites you to tour its streets, pass through General San Martín Park, and from there go to the mountains or experience adventure. Here are some of them.
No matter how long the trip lasts, it's never too late to visit a winery and get carried away by the party leprechaun that Malbec leaves in our mouth. An alternative for Holy Week is to have lunch in a winery, in most of them the atmosphere is excellent. If the budget allows you can stay overnight in them and get up looking at the vineyards. The province has 150 wineries prepared for tourism, which provide different options to choose the one that best suits your pocket and tastes.
Mendoza has different open air shopping centers which allows you to travel quietly in this new normal. There are also craft markets, Las Heras Avenue is undoubtedly the best alternative for those who want to take regional products as souvenirs, such as olives stuffed with almonds.
At Easter, the mountain is a must for those who visit the province. A moment when its immensity makes us understand the greatness of the planet that shelter us. In this exit the matte team is mandatory to enjoy the environment in full, rejoice with silence and put your mind on battery recharge.
La Gesta Sanmartiniana is the historical fact that most prides the inhabitants of Mendoza. Throughout the province there are spaces to learn about the feat of General San Martín. Cerro de la Gloria, located in the heart of Parque San Martín, the flag memorial, El Plumerillo, in Las Heras, are some of the recommended sites.
For those looking to spend an Easter with adrenaline running through its veins this province offers many options. There are dozens of trails to explore, bird watching, photo tour, sailboat ride, hiking. And also rafting, zip lining, kayaking and numerous options to make the heart can of passion.
Source and Photographs: Ente Mendoza Turismo
Publication Date: 10/03/2021
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