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Mendoza and Cordoba "must sees"? Need help ~ love recommendations!

Mendoza and Cordoba "must sees"? Need help ~ love recommendations!

Old Jun 4th, 2010, 08:56 PM
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Mendoza and Cordoba "must sees"? Need help ~ love recommendations!

Looking for feedback on what to do in Mendoza and Cordoba..... my husband loves photography, so any recommendations of wonderful scenes would be appreciated! ALso, looking for recommended dining!

Also, we will be touring a winery or two, so recommendations are welcomed and those not to bother with would be helpful knowing as well. We have 2 days in Mendoza, and 4 in Cordoba...

thanks much!
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Old Jun 5th, 2010, 06:04 AM
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this thread has my husband's recommendations from a trip he took to Mendoza in December 2007
http://www.fodors.com/community/sout...ba-mendoza.cfm

Mendoza is one of his favorite all-time places
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I would spend more time in MDZ and less in Cordova.
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Nendoza doesn't get a liot of high praise on these forums but we really enjoyed our stay there. We used Uncorking Argentina to plan our wine tour and were quite pleased. Do not miss lunch at o fournier winery!!!
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I agree that Mendoza should get more days than Cordoba. In Mendoza, go on a horseback ride along the Andes and winery tours (on bikes if you want). Rafting and all the usual outdoors activities are available. Mendoza has a gorgeous main square (with lights at night). Amazing restaurants too. There are also touring trips in and along the Andes.

Cordoba is the second biggest city in Argentina with nice squares and buildings. As far as things to actually do, museums are the main attraction. There is also a nice art fair every weekend.

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