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WELCOME TO MENDOZA CITY

WELCOME TO MENDOZA CITY

 

MENDOZA IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT CITIES IN ARGENTINA.

 

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The City of Mendoza is recognized as one of the most important in the Argentine Republic and is positioned as the fourth largest metropolitan area of the  country, a strategic point in the socio-economic development of Mercosur, and the most important link with Chile.

The city, founded in 1561 by Pedro del Castillo, is also an attraction in itself and its  cuisine plays a fundamental role. Here you can find hotels with international foods, authentic small local restaurants, and traditions of delectable typical foods. The variety is extensive: from roasts and creole empanadas to ethnic foods of oriental, Spanish, and Italian origin washed down with the best wines of our land.

Open and always alive, the pubs, places to relax and dance, theaters, cinemas, and
casinos remain open until late at night. The city is the ideal starting point for excursions  to the important tourist attractions of the province, such as the Roads of Wine, mountain roads, rivers, thermal baths, and nature reserves.

 

INTERNATIONAL WINE CAPITAL

 

www.ciudaddemendoza.gov.ar

Our City of Mendoza, named October 30, 1987 as International Capital of Wine by the OIV and also designated the 8th World Wine Capital, is part of a World Network along with other famous wine-growing cities such as Bordeaux or Florence, among others. which places the Mendoza wines in a prominent position in the world, being its flagship variety “Malbec”.

 

AMONG THE WORLD’S 21 WONDERFUL CITIES

 

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Selected as one of the 21 Wonderful Cities of the World by www.new7wonders.com

Named International Capital of Wine by the OIV on November 30 th , 1987.
Designated the 8 th Wine Capital of the World, it is part of worldwide network of famous wine producing cities such as Bordeaux and Florence, among others, which demonstrates the unbeatable world reputation of Mendocino wines, particularly its flagship wine the Malbec.