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San Alberto

Is San Alberto not at the top of your travel bucket list? Hardly surprising! It's a little obscure, but still worth checking out.

Packages in San Alberto

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San Alberto Vacation Packages

The city of Santiago lies 120 miles southwest of San Alberto.

From gliding down the slopes to building snowmen, ski resorts make an ideal destination for the whole family. San Alberto is close to two popular ones, Las Lenas and Los Penitentes Ski Resort, only 60 miles and 60 miles from the center of the city.

Looking for inspiration for a day trip? Barreal is located 35 miles to the north, while Pocito sits 55 miles to the northeast.

You should head to El Challao. It's approximately 60 miles southeast of San Alberto and it boasts some excellent attractions, including Termas San Jose, General San Martin Museum and Julio Le Parc Cultural Center. San Jose Church and Achaval Ferrer Florida de Tupungato Winery are also worth spending time at.

If you're not one to take vacations just to put your feet up, we've got something for you. Outdoor adventures like rock climbing or mountain climbing will be sure to get your blood pumping.

Camping in this region is a tried-and-true way to de-stress. Wildlife watching popular among travelers looking to take it easy.

When the temperatures climb, do what the locals do and make your way to the water for a thrilling afternoon of swimming or rafting.

When the temperature drops, pull on your snow gear and try some of the area's winter pastimes. You're sure to have a great time snowboarding and skiing.

Not all activities depend on nice weather. If you find yourself stuck with a gloomy day, head for shelter at the nature museums and history museums of Mendoza.

For an outdoor activity that will entertain everyone, pass by the region's open-air museums, open-air exhibits and gardens.

Spirituality is an illuminating element of every community's makeup, so be sure to add some of the churches of Mendoza to your itinerary.

Trying popular food and drink is a great way to discover a region's heart and soul.

Ensure you ask where to find the more common regional ingredients, like quinoa and chimichurri.

Any well-versed foodie should be sure they order cazuelas (casseroles) and empanadas (savoury pastry turnovers) before enjoying any other local dishes.

If you're craving a delectable dessert, bread pudding is a must-try.

Pull up a stool at the nearest bar and take a load off with a round of beers. If you request the region's best, the bartender will probably serve you up a Schneider Fuerte.

If you're in search of a non-alcoholic beverage, ask for a el submarino (hot chocolate).

Celebrate another great day with a glass or two of the region's finest wines. Torrontes and Tempranillo are certainly worth sampling.

It's a sad fact of life, but all vacations eventually must come to an end. As the curtain closes on your San Alberto adventure, say "Adiós", spend your remaining Argentine pesos, and think back to all the wonderful adventures you've had.

To get your flight home, make your way to the nearest airport. You'll find it 60 miles to the southeast.