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Mendoza, Argentina

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"Overnight bus (about 18 hours) from Bariloche to Mendoza."  See More

"You could also go to Mendoza, which is really wonderful, Iguazú Falls, or the north east Salta and San Salvador de Jujuy."  See More

"Buenos Aires is one of the world's great cities, and in 10 days you can spend 5 days in BA and the other 5 exploring other parts such as Mendoza, San Carlos de Bariloche, El Calafate, Ushuaia, Cordoba (Argentina), Montevideo (Uruguay) or Colonia (Uguguay)."  See More

"In Argentine ou could visit Buenos Aires, Iguazu Falls, Mendoza, and or Patagonia (Argentina) (San Carlos de Bariloche, San Martin de los Andes, El Calafate, Ushuaia), and the north is really beautiful (Salta and Jujuy Province)."  See More

"Argentina with a visit to Buenos Aires, Mendoza and some place in the Patagonia (Argentina), has all the qualities you are looking for and more."  See More

"If you have time and want to explore elsewhere, Mendoza was just as beautiful."  See More

"Galapagos, Lake Titicaca, Milford Sound, Seychelles, Atacama Desert, Cape Town, Quebrada de Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Jujuy, Argentina, Mendoza, Pantanal, Parque Nacional dos Lençóis Maranhenses, Jijoca de Jericoacoara, Svalbard,Samarkand, Madagascar"  See More

"If you like the mountains you could go to San Carlos de Bariloche, San Martin de los Andes or Mendoza."  See More

"Specifically Buenos Aires or Mendoza."  See More

"Stop off in Mendoza and cycle in the vineyards and San Carlos de Bariloche on the way."  See More

"Buenos Aires El Calafate Mendoza Puerto Iguazu Salta Ushuaia Also you may try Brazil with activities like Tijuca rainforest trip, sugar loaf mountain trip, Corcovado National Park trip, Petrópolis trip, Buzios trip, R Iguasso adventure, buggy trip, carnival , cruise and lot more."  See More

"I would spend a few days in Buenos Aires, then Mendoza, then travel to Uruguay, Bolivia and Chile, spending the last week in the wilderness of Patagonia (Argentina), gathering my thoughts and remembering the great life I have had!"  See More

"Honey it's better start with Mendoza, then Buenos Aires, and then Uruguay."  See More

"Then from here, as you say, you could visit the vineyards in Mendoza or go to Iguazú Falls or know the Perito Moreno Glacier in El Calafate or explore the stunning scenery of the north or visit northern Patagonia (Argentina)."  See More

"Perhaps Argentina to visit Buenos Aires and Mendoza or some beach time in Thailand!"  See More

"You are going to LOVE Mendoza I would recommend having as much time as you can there- You can never get bored of the amazing wine and vineyard tours."  See More

"I would do a chunk of time in the greatest city in the wold, Buenos Aires, and then either head to Iguazu Waterfalls (incredible waterfalls), the mountains of San Carlos de Bariloche, Mendoza (wine country) Ushuaia (end of the world), El Calafate (glaciers) or over to Uruguay to Colonia (Uguguay) (cobblestone waterfront town with Spanish architecture) and Punta del Este (upscale beach town)."  See More

"There is also a lot of good places around Buenos Aires area for a one day trips, of course if you have time and love mountains and wine then Mendoza is a must."  See More

"Places like Mendoza are also wonderful and I guess it could be a perfect date."  See More

"You could do a really amazing holiday there starting in Buenos Aires, going to Mendoza, and then heading to one of Uruguay's beaches (Punta del Este if you like fancy, Punta del Diablo if you prefer more of a hippy vibe)."  See More

"You have a couple options for getting from Buenos Aires to Mendoza, and how you go will depend on how much time you have."  See More

"If you can reach Mendoza in Argentina, Santiago its pretty close, i think 6 hours bus, you can check tickets here http://www."  See More

"Unfortunately, the wineries are in the provinces of the zone Cuyo, mainly in Mendoza and Salta are the best wines."  See More

"Buenos Aires with my wife so we could continue our love a affair with the tango, eat the best steaks washed down with a Malbec from Mendoza finished off with some of the amazing Helado that permeate BA followed by a stroll around the funky barrio of Palermo Soho!"  See More

"I think that a good way to spend that time would be a couple of days in Rio de Janeiro and then go to the Iguazú Falls, from there you can pass the border to Argentina, see the Argentinian side of the falls and then spend the rest in Salta/Mendoza and Buenos Aires"  See More

"- Iguazú Falls - Salta - Cuesta del Obispo - Villa Carlos Paz - La Cumbrecita - Rosario - Buenos Aires - Mar Del Plata - Peninsula Valdes (Valdés Peninsula) - Perito Moreno - El Chalten - San Carlos de Bariloche - Lago Puelo - Laguna Frias - Villa La Angostura - El Bolson - Mendoza - Ushuaia Good trip!"  See More

"Step website Mendoza Bus station in the capital: http://www."  See More

"The magic of Mendoza are the activities."  See More

"Michelle, the trip from Santiago to Mendoza is very nice by bus, crossing the mountains."  See More

"Mendoza is gorgeous, yes, and the Uco Valley not to be missed."  See More

"If you like wine, visiting Mendoza is a good option."  See More

"In my beloved Argentina you also have other great places to visit: Quebrada de Humahuaca, Humahuaca, Jujuy, Argentina, Salta, Mendoza, San Carlos de Bariloche, Glaciar Perito Moreno, Ushuaia, Iguazú Falls, etc."  See More

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