Try Some Mellow Malbec Wine on a Mendoza Private Tour
Try some mellow Malbec wine on a Mendoza private tour and wake up your taste buds. Visit this great city nestled in the region of Cuyo Argentina and bask in all it has to offer travellers from wineries, museums, eateries and cultural sightseeing tours.
One of the most beautiful cities in the area Mendoza Tours have a lot to offer all visitors. Situated lovingly at the foot of the Andes Mountains this city breathes life into its surrounding regions with the help of the Mendoza and Tunuyán Rivers.
Accommodation here is celebrated as the city combines traditional lodgings with upmarket hotels and prices to match. The local restaurants serve many varied menus both international and local, so there is something tasty for everyone here.
The boutique wineries are a must see here and a very popular guided tour. This city is the starting point for most activities, adventures and private guided tours in the area from mountaineering, river rafting on the Mendoza River and skiing.
Top 10 Things to See and Do in Mendoza
The Boutique Wineries Are a Must See Here and a Very Popular Guided Tour
Mendoza Citys slogan is "the land of sunshine and good wine", and this rings true for this city in its many wineries and plenty sightseeing tours.
These newly renovated wineries will show how the ancient craft and traditional unique to this area is carried on. Take a Mendoza guided private tour and visit the many wineries and surrounding sights, most tours come with transport so have your taste buds at the ready.
The largest wine region in Argentina, Mendoza produces approximately 70% of the country's wine production annually so this city is steeped in tradition, and this will be evident to any tourist visiting and doing a guided tour.
Travel Tips for Mendoza
The best time to book your Mendoza private tour depends on what your looking for from your visit. Between the months of November and March, the weather is hot with temperatures in the upper 20s, so it is a perfect sunbathing or water sports and sightseeing. Between the months of Jun and August, it can turn cold with temperatures of 16º so be prepared for cool evenings if you are taking in the sights.
Private guided tours can be booked before you arrive at Mendoza and can suit most budgets. Hotels average around 10$ per night for a basic dormitory room to 30$ for a more upmarket hotel and lodges. Meals can be expensive all over Argentina and are around 6$ for a cafe meal to 20$ for an exclusive restaurant. Local transport is relatively reliable and cheap and probably the best way to get around.
Book as many of your private tours or sightseeing tours before your departure. There are many things to be aware of when visiting Argentina, avoid sensitive topics such as religion and politics which could trigger strong reactions. Dress considerately, don’t yawn or do the thumbs up as this is considered rude. In many restaurants, don't worry if you don't receive your change back as small value coins are rare.
The most tolerable months of the year are December to February when temperatures are high, but this also has the time of the year for most rainfall. The warmest month of the year is January, and the coldest is July. If you don’t like the rain then best to avoid March and for the driest month go in August. Humidity remains around the same all year round at 80%.