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Parque General San Martin

6,612 Reviews

Parque General San Martin

6,612 Reviews
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You can discover all the secrets of the world of wine in Mendoza. We visit an artisanal, family and organic winery that shows us the work in the vineyard, the elaboration process, the storage and we finish with the tasting of two wines. Then we visit a modern, boutique winery, where we see the contrast between both industries, enjoy time in the vineyard, and relax by tasting two wines. Next we know an olive oil factory, we are in contact with the plantation, they detail the elaborations and finally we will test the products they produce. At the end of the afternoon we visit a liquor sweet wine cellar, a museum winery with more than 100 years of experience, reveals its secrets so that we can enjoy its valuable and traditional wines. An unforgettable afternoon surrounded by culture, nature and good wine. ATTENTION: THE WINERIES MAY BE SIMILAR TO THE LOADED DUE TO THE AVAILABILITY OF VISITS.
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Cohiker14 wrote a review Mar 2020
Montrose, Colorado53 contributions5 helpful votes
We found a bicycle rental place close to the park and rented bicycles for 4 hours to tour around San Martin Park. Most of the time we were either on bike paths or fairly low traffic streets - a few times we had to cross major arterials but there were crosswalks so it was fine. The park is very diverse from large open spaces to stop for a picnic, play frisbee etc to very manicured and beautiful gardens. We were impressed to see many locals getting exercise by running, biking, skating, or crew rowing. We had fun stopping for an ice cream treat and taking a break to watch all the people enjoying themselves. Some areas of the park are busy and others are completely quiet. Overall a very enjoyable experience!
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Date of experience: February 2020
21SusieQ wrote a review Mar 2020
Kelowna, Canada48 contributions7 helpful votes
Beautiful park for hiking. Man made lake for rowing, restaurant and pool, the park is massive but not a lot of people use it. Great biking paths, running, hiking.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Oontour wrote a review Mar 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom264 contributions111 helpful votes
We walked around the lake in this park. Criss crossed with roads. More a park accomadating roads rather than walkers. Do visit the natural history museum at the end of the lake. Good exhibits even if as we you have no Spanish.
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Date of experience: March 2020
GoGo2SlowGo wrote a review Feb 2020
Denton, Texas1,534 contributions378 helpful votes
General San Martin is known as the liberator because he helped remove the Spanish from Peru, Argentina and Chile. Montevideo has several squares you can visit on a walking tour. San Martin Square was called “Cobo” until 1904, when it took the name of San Martín in honor of the Liberator. In the middle of the square there is a bronze equestrian statue of General San Martín, which is a replica of the masterpiece by José Daumas located in the square of the same name in the Federal District. In this square there is a memorial plaque indicating the height above sea level at which the city is located: 747 meters or about 22,000 feet.
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Date of experience: March 2019
Alan S wrote a review Feb 2020
North Hampton, New Hampshire18 contributions10 helpful votes
In the peak of the summer heat in Buenos Ares this Park is a sanctuary with its peaceful grounds, cool shady trees and virtually Quite yet close to the city and action. Beautiful biking and walking trails, lake, and birds. I had a full day of fun visiting the park, the added bonus a free wifi to stay In touch. Very nicely kept and super clean. The irrigation system is also based on old Inca methods.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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