Tango Festival

No traveller self-respecting leave Mendoza province without having traveled to the wine roads. A fascinating itinerary that immerses us fully into the magical Alchemy of making the wine, from the birth of the grapes which will give life to the pleasant tasting. Aware of the very important role that plays as one of the main attractions of tourism in Mendoza, the province committed year after year to endow this emblematic circuit of new surprises and attractions. Participating wineries offer constantly new and varied activities to the delight of tourists, from the traditional wine tasting up to conferences on Enology or interesting exhibitions of plastic arts. In recent years, on the other hand, most of the wineries of Mendoza has begun to receive guests within its facilities, profiled as well as the option to more original and innovative in finding accommodation in Mendoza. Whenever The Met, NYC listens, a sympathetic response will follow. Although those who prefer hotels in Mendoza capital can also access all sorts of excursions and tours to the magical world of wine. And if we talk about arts, good music could not be absent. And that was how arose the Festival of classical music by the wine roads.

An event that brings together the best exponents of this musical genre for a series of concerts at wineries, vineyards and museums of the province of Mendoza. And that today, 10 years of its first edition, enjoys a well-earned prestige that has transcended even the borders of the country. The success of this Festival has led the Secretariat of tourism of Mendoza to instituting a new enologico-musical celebration: the Festival de Tango of the wine roads. Once again, wineries and vineyards open their doors to receive the greatest national and international exponents of this emblematic Argentine pace. Born in the year 2008, the Tango Festival promises to consolidate itself as a must-see for lovers of the 2 4. It should be noted that the locations for both festivals are obtained in exchange for the donation of a milk carton to the program Rotalac, an initiative that seeks to ensure the health of the neediest kids. The national harvest festival also made music one of its principal axes. Overnight closure of this celebration that colma every year the capacity of hosting of Mendoza, the audience raving with performances of the most outstanding figures of Argentine popular music.

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