Mendoza is the capital city of Mendoza Province, in Argentina. It is located in the northern-central part of the province, in a region of foothills and high plains, on the eastern side of the Andes. As of the 2010 census, Mendoza's population was 115 041.
Places to visit in Mendoza: Mendoza has several museums, including the Museo Cornelio Moyano, a natural history museum, and the Museo del Área Fundacional (Historical Regional Foundation Museum) on Pedro del Castillo Square.
Education in Mendoza: Mendoza has a number of universities, including the major Universidad Nacional de Cuyo, as well as University of Mendoza, a branch of Universidad Congreso, Aconcagua University, and Champagnat University.
Transportation in Mendoza: Trains, planes, automobiles, 4 x 4's, taxis, remises (private taxis), vans, & bikes will get you around in a pinch in the province.
The public transport system includes buses, the Mendoza trolleybus system, and taxis. The trolleybuses are more comfortable than the city buses. Railway is also there for the transportation in Mendoza.
Things to do in Mendoza:
Ski, snowboarding, and sledding:
The "alive" Andes mountain range in Mendoza province provides some of the exciting skiing in the world. Check out tour operators, places, and gear shops.
Looking for great wine tours? Look no further and check out some local fantastic offerings.
Mendoza is the great place for kite surfing as well as Rock Climbing and Hiking and Trekking.
Spas and massages:
Delve into the various options of relaxing and therapeutic spas throughout the province. Perfect for after that wine tour, horse ride in the Andes, mountain climb, bout of rafting, or just for fun, health, and relaxation. Mendoza offers special venues and unique premises for all kinds of services related to health, beauty, and spa.
Cut loose on the water with this fantastic sport, and take advantage of Andean winds.
Ice climbing is one of the most thrilling activities that exist. Let professionals guide you up and down the Andes.
Regions of Argentina