What to See & Do in Mendoza City without Breaking the Bank

Looking to explore the ‘Land of Silver’? Well then, here are just a few suggestions to kickstart your itinerary. Granted, Buenos Aires is the renowned capital city of the country and can hold its own in attracting tourists the world over. But today, we’ll be looking at another city, in an Argentinian province. A city that might just be criminally underrated as it is beautiful and wholesome.

Getting around


Bucket List (and most are free!)

Fountain of the Continents
Fountain of the Continents in Parque San Martin
Plaza Independencia
Plaza Independencia
Museo del Area Fundacional 
Museo del Area Fundacional – Free entry every Wednesdays

If you’re more of a foodie, you can sample local cuisines along Avenue Las Heras, which is teeming with restaurants and cafes! There is also a food court in Mercado Central where they sell empanadas, seafood paella, calamars, pizzas, burgers, local pastries, and hotdogs. A trip that you, your companions & belly will surely appreciate! 

Cerro De la Gloria
Cerro De La Gloria
Terraza Jardín Mirador
Music & Wine event at Terraza Jardín Mirador

Neck-deep in Culture

Museo Municipal de Arte Moderno
Museo Municipal de Arte Moderno

Please do bear in mind that most of the aforementioned activities — from the getting around, the boisterous physical adventures to being in culture — are done in the Spanish language, so you’ll definitely need to brush up & master basic phrases to fully relish the experience.

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