Medrano 2658, Chacras de Coria, Mendoza, Argentina
Posada Borravino born under the concept of creating a privileged place of Mendoza, Chacras de Coria, a small country hotel, surrounded by arboleadas, ancient farms and vineyards, with a very particular microclimate.
historical monument in honor of General San Martin and the Army of the Andes, the work of Uruguayan sculptor Juan Manuel Ferrari. The base is made of stone brought from the mountains. In front of this body and separate equestrian figure of St. Martin, who crossed his arms over his chest looking into infinity is. Behind a group of grenadiers it appears on horseback, 6 on each side symbolizing the departure of the Army (upright horses) and arrival (tired horses). They are 6 out of hand because there were six steps the Army used to cross the Andes. Around the pedestal there are three major friezes depicting scenes from the preparation of the crossing of the Andes.
Scotland acquired the smelter "Walter Macfarlaine & Co" by the Government of Mendoza, to frame the access to General San Martin Park. Made of cast iron are crowned by the figure of a condor and the shield of Mendoza. Records indicate that in November 1908 the gates were already in the place now occupied.
The site was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1941. Today, here are appreciated only the ruins of the Jesuit temple, only visible remains of the ancient city of Mendoza. On site there is an interpretation center for the rescue and conservation of their heritage.
Av. Libertadores, 5500 Mendoza, Mendoza, Argentina
Mendoza Zoo garden, located on the east side of the hill of the Gloria, is one of the most important in Latin America and currently has a population of 1100 animals, including some endangered species are.
International, better known as El Plumerillo International Airport and inaugurated on May 10, 1995, Airport Mendoza Governor Francisco Gabrielli is one of the most important in Argentina and serves the region of Cuyo. In addition to domestic flights, it operates some international destinations to neighboring countries. - See more at: http://www.aeropuertosdelmundo.com.ar/americadelsur/argentina/aeropuertos/mendoza.php#sthash.Z4dTGcAH.dpuf