Mendoza: Cultural and touristic services within the Tourism Building

Mendoza.
City of Mendoza.
The recovery and restructuring of the tourism building for the development of touristic – cultural services is proposed so as to generate a dynamic in the center of the city and make the most of its heritage distinctive features and its location.
Located in the heart of the City of Mendoza, the ex-Jockey Club Building declared a Provincial Cultural Heritage, counts with 4,900 covered meters available for its exploitation.
The City of Mendoza is the provincial capital and one of the main cities within the province. It holds a strategic location as it can be accessed by National Routes 7 (from east to west) and 40 (from north to south). It conforms a consolidated destination as a gateway to the region, for stay and touristic flows distribution by International Airport Gobernador Francisco Gabrielli. It is the obligatory route to Chile through Cristo Redentor International Crossing (National Route 7) that is located 209 km away. Associated to High Andes Natural Route, the City of Mendoza acts as a base to reach Cacheuta and its hot springs, Potrerillos dam-reservoir, Cordón del Plata Provincial Park and the High Mountain Route that traverses through Puente del inca and Aconcagua Provincial Park. Furthermore, the City of Mendoza is linked to the Natural Route of Deserts and Volcanoes, being the gateway to access the attractions of Mendoza and its surroundings.
Touristic and cultural services.
National and regional markets.
Adequation for new touristic uses.
Concession for 50 years.
Museums and cultural attractions, Wine tourism, Adventure Tourism, Water activities in dams.
Luján de Cuyo, Villavicencio Natural Reserve, Potrerillos, Villa de Cacheuta and Cordón del Plata provincial Park.
To strengthen the development of tourism products such as nature, congresses and conventions, gastronomy as a complement to wine tourism.

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