Newly renovated, it's an efficent and comfortable welcome to the city. Flights, especially from Santiago, afford spectacular views of the mountains. There's an ATM, but no exchange office; the gift shop sells – what…
The city's light rail system runs for 12.5km (6am to 10pm) from the city center, along Belgrano, to Maipú (45 minutes). 'Redbus' cards can be purchased from most shops or the bus station.
Centrally located office, fronting Plaza Independencia. Affordable rates and smooth and efficient pick-up and drop-off. Also, has an office at the airport.
Mendoza’s bus terminal is really just across the street from downtown. Plans for a large scale renovation in 2018.
No Chevy's, Fiats or Toyotas for you. Drive around wine country in high style in a classic Citroën.
Brazilian airline with flights to Buenos Aires and onward connections to various cities in Brazil.
City run bike-sharing system with nine stations throughout the city. Pre-register online.
Regional airline operating out of Salta with flights between Mendoza and Buenos Aires.
Flies twice daily to Santiago (Chile) and several times weekly to Lima (Peru).
Chilean budget airline began flying between Santiago and Mendoza in 2017.