Useful information for the Uco Valley

HOW TO GET THERE: From Cordoba, round-trip tickets are available for around $ 2,400 with Aerolíneas Argentinas.

EXCURSIONS: A 12-kilometer bike ride along Wine Street costs $ 950 (minimum two people). The level is medium, lasts two hours and includes bicycles, helmets and tasting in the basement.

ACCOMMODATION: double room at boutique hotel about $ 2,100 per night, including breakfast. The price for a 3 star property is about $ 2,000.

GASTRONOMY: Marked wine in the Uco Valley, stands out from the typical restaurant of the wineries. Some offer guided tours. Not to be missed: the Atamisque wines and the Giménez Rilli wines. The gastronomic pearls of the valley are Siete Fuegos, the famous restaurant of chef Francis Malman.

Ideas not to be missed

To complete the experience.

The secret junction In San Carlos, we should not miss the Huayquerías desert. As the name implies, it is a desert, consisting of a wall of residents of argillaceous soil that form a kind of labyrinth. Trekking tours are arranged, enjoying the spectacular views and memorable silence.

A bespoke hotel. Tarjetas Boutique Hotel, in Tunuyán, invites you to enjoy a personalized accommodation on a hacienda farm served by its own owner. Rooms next to vineyards and in summer you can take advantage of the pool and bike rental.

Loved the horses. In San Carlos, Don Gregorio’s farm proposes to spend a day learning the art of taming horses by attracting communication and affection for animals. In addition, he offers horseback riding and opens his terroir door for tourists who want to spend a different field day.

Eat well Take some time to have lunch at the Giménez Rilli winery. The restaurant is located with stunning views to the Andes, and its menu contains the best Argentinian beef. Located on route 94, kilometer 8, Tunuyán.

Family day out. For those who like different lodgings, Mamull’s cabin, in San Carlos, offers living in a family environment, at the foot of the Andes. There lived a group of friends who invited visitors to eat empanadas and meat typical to pots.

ASEOS: La visita a Burj Khalifa, el edificio más alto del mundo, es una visita obligada. Dubai Marina es también una atracción relativamente nueva y atractiva para el turista. En los zocos y los mercados, la negociación es común y uno trata de pagar la mitad de lo que pide el comerciante. Por otro lado, en los centros comerciales los precios son fijos y apenas se ven regateando.

ALOJAMIENTO: Algunos hoteles sugeridos en Dubai son Holiday Inn Express, 1,400 pesos por noche (Sheikh Zayed Rd, Safa Park, Dubai; www.ihg.com/holidayinnexpress/hotels) y la avenida del hotel, 1,200 pesos por noche (calle Al Riga Adv ADC B, en Deira, www.avenuehoteldubai.com)

GASTRONOMÍA: Dubai es un buen momento para pasarlo bien. Una de ellas es Sidra (calle 2 de diciembre; www.facebook.com/SidraRestaurantAndCafe/), cuya especialidad es la comida libanesa; puedes comer por un promedio de 185 pesos. También sugerimos Bait Al Wakeel (Souk Al Kabir, cerca del Banco Baroda, estación Abra, www.wakeel.ae/). Ideal para saborear deliciosos platos a orillas del río por unos 205 pesos.

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