City & Surroundings, Shared Service.
This tour will allow us to know the city of Mendoza, one of the most beautiful in the country. We begin with the ancient city was founded site, passing by the mall, downtown, Civic Center, and then the General San Martin Park Cerro de la Gloria, World Cup Stadium and Frank Romero Day Greek Theatre, scene of the main event of the National Harvest festival.
You will receive a voucher including all information you need including:
- Where do you have to call to confirm the booking
- The location of the meeting point
- How to receive pick up time
Print out the voucher and read the instructions carefully.
Address or meeting point Downtown Hotels and Posadas located at downtown.
Hours & minutes Half Day.
Start or opening time 09:00 am.
End or closing time 13:00 hrs.
Maximum number 24
Minimum number 1
Guides & companions
Is it done with a guide, a driver and/or an instructor? Yes, it is done with a tour guide.
Which languages do guide/instructors speak? Spanish, english, portuguese.
Are they trained in first aid? Yes.
Is there a shop? How much time is spent on shopping? Yes, betwen 15 or 20 minutes.
Are any commercial stops made during the tour? Yes.
List the shopping venues included Chocolate factory, handcrafts stands and others
Content & Specialized items
Are additional items needed? Which ones are included? No.
List all additional items clients need to bring (towels,...) Hat, sunglasses, sunblock, water.
List the specific clothing required Confortable clothes and walking shoes.
Is lunch/dinner included on this tour? No.
Is there a snack included? No.
Are drinks included? No.
List all venues where restrooms are available Glorious Hill.
Which of them are accessible by wheelchair? It is not suitable.
Are there any restroom-only stops during the tour? No.
What is the fitness level required? Any.
How much walking is required? (km, meters) A few metters.
Which is the minimum/maximum age to participate? (for all or each one of the activities) All activities.
Is a waiver required for participation? No.