• Free walking tour Mendoza Argentina
  • Free walking tour Mendoza Argentina
  • Free walking tour Mendoza Argentina
  • Free walking tour Mendoza Argentina
  • Free walking tour Mendoza Argentina

Enjoy tours for tips Mendoza, Argentina through a free walking tour discovering the city with bilingual guides from Vivi MZA. In tours for tips Mendoza, Argentina we take you for an urban experience for you to enjoy the city as a local. At each of our tours a bilingual guide will show you the main attractions, he’ll tell you a bit of history and culture. Also will recommend how to continue enjoying your stay in the province and in Argentina according to your preferences and budget, where to go, what to do, how to use public transport. Once is finished, you put the price according to your budget. We offer a this experience for you every day in different circuits: Main squares and pedestrian street, Old city and Foundational Area or St.Martin Park tour. Each free walking tour takes about 2 to 3 hours average. Be at the meeting point, enjoy walking our and put the price you think it worth (except park tour with fixed cost). Previous booking required.

Book here your next free walking tour with us

New City

Free walking tour. New City

 

Downtown, Main squares, Pedestrian Street, St Martin Gallery
Length: 2 hours
No money for public transport needed

San Martín Park

Free walking tour. Park

 

St Martín Park, Glory Hill, Aboriginal Park, Park lake, Continents fountain, Park Gates.
Length: 3 1/2 hours
Price: AR$ 400 pesos per person + Red Bus card or bring AR$ 17 pesos

Old City

Free walking tour. Old city

Alameda area, Foundational area, San Francisco Ruins, street grafitti.
Length: 2 1/2 hours.
Red Bus card needed or bring AR$ 59 pesos (AR$ 17 for transport + AR$ 42 for museum)

Tours for Tips Mendoza, Argentina Schedule

Monday to Sunday 11 am.

Monday to Saturday 3 pm.

IMPORTANT: January 1st 2018 we don’t have walking tour. Please don’t book for that date.

Booking required here

Other free walking tour in Argentina

http://www.buenosairesfreewalks.com