Fall '18 Block II - Mendoza
Mendoza is located in the southwest of the region of New Cuyo, to the west of the country, bordering San Juan to the north, Neuquén to the south, and Chile to the west. It is an industrial hub. The city has dynamic artistic and cultural activity. The city is the ideal starting point for excursions to the important tourist attractions of the province, such as the Wine Roads, the mountains, rivers, and natural reserves.
Free Time Suggestions
The Plaza Independencia is the most central green space of the city; it has an area of 250 square meters where you can enjoy an afternoon outdoors. There are also games for children and a beautiful semicircular fountain in its center. The square is the scene of several attractions, including artisan fairs on weekends and outdoor shows. Under the central esplanade you will find the Municipal Theater Julio Quintanilla and the Municipal Museum of Modern Art. The Plaza Independencia is located in the center of Mendoza’s downtown.
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