Mendoza at a glance
At a glance
It may be the land of sol y vino, but there are more reasons to visit Mendoza than just Malbec. Located at the foothill of the Andes mountains, Argentina’s fourth largest city is one of the best destinations for an adventure holiday.
With the highest peak outside of the Himalayas, Mount Aconcagua (6,962m) is one of the Seven Summits and brings in thousands of climbers each year who attempt to scale its snowy peak. Aconcagua is only one of the many mountains you can reach on a day trip from Mendoza and the Andean foothills are popular for hiking, climbing, horse riding, rafting and paragliding. During the winter, the hillsides become some of the best ski slopes in South America.
While active travelers have a wealth of outdoor activities to choose from on a holiday in Mendoza, many visitors simply want to relax in the sunshine and tour the wineries and their excellent restaurants. With over 1,000 producers, you’ll find plenty of opportunities for wine tours in Mendoza; the wineries are also a hot spot for culture vultures with art galleries, live music, tango shows, and museums documenting Mendoza’s 500 year history as a wine region.
- Population: 115,000 in the city
- Annual visitor numbers: 3 million
- January mean temperature: 26°C
- August mean temperature: 12°C
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