At the foot of the Andes Mountains, the city of Mendoza is located, known as the international wine capital. With its offer of theaters, museums, art galleries and craft shows, the city has various artistic and cultural activities. Several restaurants offer to enjoy dinners of five to seven steps, accompanied by the best regional wines, and the night scene along Calle Arístides Villanueva is unmissable.
The city of Mendoza is the ideal starting point for excursions to the main tourist attractions of the province, highlighting the Camino del Vino, being its flagship variety "Malbec"; mountains, rivers, hot springs and protected natural areas.
- World Heritage Sites by Unesco: The province has archaeological sites and / or sections of the road that are part of the Qhapaq Ñan transnational cultural itinerary.
- Recommended protected areas: Aconcagua Provincial Park.
- Acknowledgments: Since 2005, the province has been part of the Great Wine Capitals network, a network that promotes the most outstanding destinations in wine production and in the services that take place around it.