Tourist Godoy Cruz
TOURIST GODOY CRUZ
The main TOURIST areas in the region are:
1- A. San Martin from N° 1000 to N° 2000 and its surrounding area. Border with Capital to N° 1000 south.
Attractions: Casino, Av. San Martin, variety of restaurants, former Arizu Winery and Escorihuela Winery.
Tourist opportunities: Pedestrian circuit, Restaurant-recreational area.
2. Historical nucleus and surrounding area
Attractions: Av. San Martin, Libertad Hypermarket, former Tomba Winery, Percarmona park, Historical nucleus: Plaza, Church, HDC and Police Station.
Tourist opportunities: Pedestrian circuit
3. Av. San Martin Sur
Attractions: Av. San Martin and restaurant area.
4. Palmares Open Mall
Attractions: shops, recreation and restaurants
Facilities: Palmares Bureau
5. Religious area
Attractions: Stations of the Cross, Carrodilla Church and Museum (Luján de Cuyo), Shöenstatt Chapel.
Tourist opportunities: cultural-religious circuit.
6- Jumbo Hypermarket and Shopping mall
Attractions: shops and restaurants
Tourist opportunities: it may be included in the self-guided shopping circuit.
7. Libertad Hypermarket and Shopping mall
Attractions: hypermarket, Road Safety Education Theme Park, and San Vicente park.
Tourist opportunities: it may be included in the self-guided shopping circuit
8. Mendoza Racetrack and Water Theme Park
9. Cemetery and neighboring area
Attractions: cemetery, former Andes Film premises, restaurants in the Puente Olive area.
10. Carril Rodriguez Peña industrial area.
Attractions: visits to the various factories and companies there as an educational tool.
11- Benegas station, Quilmes Brewery, former Filippini winery
Potential restaurant area
12. Foothill area
Natural area of potential development.
Current value: low.
GC in numbers
Total area: 156 km2. Urban area: 39 km2
117 natural foothill area
Distance to Capital Federal: 1,100 km
Distance to Santiago de Chile: 380 km
Several parks and green spaces.
The province of Mendoza is part of the Cuyo region and is, in turn, divided into the following regions: Northern region, Great Mendoza, Eastern region, Valle de Uco, Southern region.
Location and area
It is located in the center of Mendoza Metropolitan region and it is bounded by the City of Mendoza to the north. Its total area is 156 km2 but only 39 km2 of it are occupied by its urban area, the rest corresponds to the scarcely populated Foothill area.
It is around 1,100 km far from Capital Federal and only 450 km far from Santiago de Chile.
97% of its 183,000 inhabitants (2001 census) live in the urban area.
Geographical location: 32° 54’ – 32°59’ southern latitude; 68° 45’ – 69° 12’ Western longitude
Godoy Cruz planimetry shows a great road and rail track network, as well as a complex artificial irrigation system: ditches and Canals (Jarillal, Civil, Canal Oeste and Cacique Guaymallén) evidencing good connections and a reflection of a major symbol of Mendocinean identity: the artificial irrigation system and the oasis landscape.
Roads into Godoy Cruz
Visitors can use two different axes: the Northern axis and the Southern axis, both of strategic relevance: Ruta Nacional 40 and Avenida San Martin, the main street in the Great Mendoza. Av. San Martin stretches from Capital to the south. Its 4.5-km Godoy Cruz section connects directly with Ruta Provincial 82 that takes you to Potrerillos Dam after a 30-km drive. The emblematic Ruta Nacional 40 goes through the entire Godoy Cruz region from north to south, bringing visitors closer to Ruta Nacional 7 eastern and western junctions and the Inter-oceanic highway connecting the Atlantic and the Pacific.
Mild and dry. The four season are well defined.
The weather is benign throughout the year and sunny days are predominant.
Thermal amplitude is great in intermediate seasons (Fall and Spring). This means that it is warm during sunshine hours and cold early in the morning and at night.
Average summer temperature: 28°
Average winter temperature: 10°
Annual average rainfall is around 220 mm, most of which occurs in the summer.
Just like in the whole of the Argentinean territory, the currency is the Argentinean peso ($). The US Dollar is the most frequently used foreign currency.
Power supply in Argentina is 22º volts, 50 alternate current cycles. Sockets have two cylindrical holes or 2 flat holes with a connection to ground.
Shops: Monday to Friday 8.30 a.m. – 12.30 a.m. and 4.30 p.m. – 8.30 p.m. Saturdays 9 a.m. – 1 pm..
Hypermarkets: 8.30 a.m. – 10 p.m. Everyday.
Palmares Open Mall: 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. Everyday.
Godoy Cruz Town Hall: CAU (Unified Assistance Center) Monday to Friday 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Hotel Family Inn
Acceso Sur 1478
Hostel Chalet de Bassi
Cervantes esq. Aristobulo del Valle 1795
Hostel La Cava
San Martín 1702
Regency Apart Hotel
25 de Mayo 20
Tel: 4240428/ 1983/ 7164
Información turística – Municipalidad de Godoy Cruz
Rivadavia 448. Edificio Municipal. Teléfono (54)-261-4133127.
Secretaría de Turismo (Provincia de Mendoza)
San Martín 1143 – (5500) Ciudad de Mendoza.
TEL. 0810 666 6363/0261 – 4202800 Fax: 0261 – 4202343
Centro de información Turística II – Municipalidad de Mendoza
Av. San Martín y Garibaldi – (5500) – Ciudad de Mendoza. TEL: 0261 4201333
Aeropuerto Francisco Gabrielli
Acceso Norte s/nº, El Plumerillo – (5541) Las Heras . TEL: 0261 5206000
Bus station Terminal del Sol (Ciudad de Mendoza)
Av. Acceso Este y Costanera – (5519) Guaymallén – Mendoza.
Tel: 0261 4313001 / 4315000
Casa de Mendoza en Buenos Aires
Av. Callao 445, Capital Federal – Buenos Aires. TEL: 011 43741105
Useful telephone numbers
MUNICIPALIDAD DE GODOY CRUZ
Colón 27 – Cine Teatro Plaza
(5501) Godoy Cruz – Mendoza
Conmutador: 0261 4133100. Fax: 0261 4133125
Control de Tránsito: 0261 4131700
TOURIST ATTRACTIONS AND WALKS
A city that reminds us of a town. Godoy Cruz is an example of a town rising after the opening of farms and religious temples. In the first years of the 19th century its name was Ciudad de San Vicente and it was built around the church with the same name that is now its main church. In 1820 a plaza was built opposite the chapel. This plaza would eventually attract the police station, the Town Hall, the Plaza Theater, banks, pharmacies and houses, giving birth to the most easily identifiable urban centers in the province, whose typical postcard is this very representative image of the district.
The arrival of the railway caused the village to blossom and many wineries and factories settled there fostering the growth and development of Godoy Cruz and Mendoza. Among these pioneers, the first wine-makers, olive growers, factory owners and businessmen can be mentioned: Escorihuela-Gascon, Arizu, Tomba, Trapiche Rouselle, Ronchieto, Pablo Loos, Alvarez, Domingo Pannocchia, Tonelli, Fillipini, Honorio and Julián Barraquero.
Around Plaza Tomás Godoy Cruz, buildings considered unrepeated architectural icons proudly show their facades. They are part of the historical, tourist and cultural heritage of Godoy Cruz and Mendoza: San Vicente Ferrer church, Police Station, Town Hall, Town Hall building – Town Council, Plaza movie theater and commercial buildings that preserve past time architectural patterns.
The starting point to see this area is present-day, neo-gothic, three-nave San Vicente Ferrer church (1908-1912). In order to find it, one has to look above tree tops and see the central tower rising above the urban landscape. Inside the church are the remains of Tomás Godoy Cruz, governor and Mendoza representative in the Tucuman Independence assembly. In the portico there are monoliths and graves where priests Arce and Juan Tomasic rest.
The church statues are very interesting. The most remarkable item is a Huarpe Christ image made of wood in the 17th century. Cross stations and grotto: on the western side of the church, there is a path specially used for Cross Stations. This path ends in the Lourdes virgin altar. Both the church and the Cross Stations are part of the so-called General San Martin’s route, as they house Don Tropero Sosa’s monument and grave. This hero was of paramount importance to General San Martin’s liberation campaign.
Plaza Godoy Cruz: it was built in 1820, opposite the chapel that would eventually be the center of one of the most easily identifiable urban and commercial nucleuses. This nucleus includes the police station, the Town Hall, a theater, banks, pharmacies and houses, and is undoubtedly, the most representative postcard of the regions. Besides, it is the people’s plaza; every weekend locals and tourists go there to buy handicraft, eat out or watch a free show. Inside this very well kept plaza visitors will find Mr. Godoy Cruz’s monument made in 1924.
To the west of the San Vicente church, you can find the police station, a building of academic style built in 1927. It was originally aimed at housing the Town Hall. In 1998, the Police Museum Alguacil Mayor Capitan Don Gaspar Miguel Ruiz de Rojas was opened on the first floor. This museum can be visited Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. In 2005 the bell tower was remodeled and its clock repaired.
On the western side of the plaza, on Colon street, Centro Cultural Cine Teatro Plaza is located. It is a 1946 Art Deco building. Today, this 1,300-seat theater is the venue for a wide variety of shows.
To the east of the plaza, the building where the District Council works stands out. This building, that used to house the Town Hall, was built in 1889 on an octagonal base evidencing the influence of the Academic Eclecticism style characterized by sober lines. Its good present-day condition resulted from the remodeling works that began in 1990. To the east of this building, on the corner of Balcarce and Rivadavia, the Enrique Menotti Pescarmona park is found. This park is the venue for major events such as the regional Harvest Festival.
Along Rivadavia street to the west, the industrial area can be approached. There, one can see part of the building that housed the former El Globo winery built by Antonio Tomba in 1885. All the buildings there were protected by a brick wall that can still be seen both on Rivadavia street and Av. San Martin. Today, there is a hypermarket on the lands that used to belong to that winery.
Two blocks away from the plaza, on Perito Moreno street to the south, Manuel Belgrano Municipal, Library is found. Azcuénaga 73, Tel.: 4133254. Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 8 a.m – 8 p.m.
A walk along Av. San Martin
Av. San Martin and neighboring areas
Av. San Martin is the main north-south axis in the province. 5 km of this 18-km long avenue run across Godoy Cruz. This north-south road joins the Las Heras, Capital and Godoy Cruz regions. On the section belonging to the Godoy Cruz municipality, vintage buildings and a wide variety of shops can be found.
On the way to Godoy Cruz from downtown Mendoza, along Av. San Martin, visitors will find the local Casino, featuring a coffee shop, a restaurant and shows at weekends besides typical casino attractions. The casino signals the borderline between Capital and Godoy Cruz, even though the architectural scenery is the same on both sides. This area offers a wide variety of fancy restaurants, fast food restaurants, ice-cream shops and pubs, both on Av. San Martin and to the west, at the very heart of Barrio Bombal, also known as Godoy Cruz Soho. The entire length of our main road is packed with eating out alternatives.
This area gives visitors the chance to go back in time to Mendoza’s winemaking peak (1885-1935), a period in which two wineries that contributed to the urban growth of Godoy Cruz were built: Arizu and Escorihuela. Only the impressive Neo-colonial building of former Arizu winery (1888-1910) can still be seen and it was declared a national historical monument in 1998. The original group of buildings came as far as Canal Cacique Guaymallen. Opposite the winery, two properties that had a lot to do with it are located. These two properties stand out due to their French architectural style (1510 San Martin and 48 Minuzzi). The Escorihuela winery located to the East of Av. San Martin on calle Alvear invites visitors to see its building, learn about the winemaking process on guided tours, and try delicious gourmet dishes at restaurant 1884 owned by international chef Francis Mallman. At the entrance hall there is a small atrium-style square.
These two businessmen; Balbino Arizu and Miguel Escorihuela Gazcón, were the ones who contributed the most to the building of Hospital Español, another historical building on Av. San Martin.
Going south along Av. San Martin toward N° 900, there is a railway bridge where signs reminding passers-by of how important the arrival of the railway in 1885 was for the growth of Godoy Cruz have been placed.
A walk along Av. San Martin Sur
The southern section of the avenue, called Av. San Martin Sur displays a large number of grills, fast food restaurants, ice-cream shops, gas station shops opened 24 hours, ATMs, among other services. The last stretch of it leads to one of the main attractions in Godoy Cruz: Palmares Open Mall, a one-of-a-kind shopping mall featuring all kinds of shops, ten movie theaters, a playground and a food court. Palmares Bureau, one of the four convention centers in Mendoza is also found in the Palmares premises.
Av. San Martin Sur is well-known for its night life with clubs, resto-bars, restaurants and pubs, some of them may also feature live music or other kinds of shows.
San Vicente Park
This 3-hectare park invites visitors to take a rest. This well-lit park features a playground, open spaces and a magnificent stage for big events such as the one the Town Hall holds every year on Children’s day called “The coolest chocolate and milk cup”. The local Hockey Stadium and the Club Municipal are also located in this area.
In the same neighborhood, inside Libertad Hypermarket on J.V. González street, there is another attraction that was originally thought out for the children of Mendoza, but it may also be interesting for visitor coming from other parts of the country: the Road Safety Education Theme Park. This theme park is aimed at showing children how to behave on the street, i.e. how to be respectful pedestrians and good drivers in the future. It is a theme city with a checkerboard road network that simulates downtown Godoy Cruz (main Plaza and neighboring areas)
This 1,090m2-theme park has all the elements of a real city but in small scale. There are roads, traffic signs, traffic lights, electric cars, motorbikes and bicycles. There is also a fully-equipped, 80-seat auditorium that is the venue for institutional, cultural and educational events.
Road Safety Education Theme park information: tel: 4225301, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Guided tours for schools and other institutions are free of charge.
Race track and Water Theme Park
This is an area of great potential as both attractions are currently being improved rendering them good tourist opportunities for the near future.
Horse racing lovers will be glad to know that Hipodromo de Mendoza (Mendoza Race track) is located in Godoy Cruz. The Hipódromo is the venue for two international competitions: Clásico Patrón Santiago and Clásico Vendimia, besides regular races.
The Water Theme Park is being built on the 6-hectare Parque Lencinas property. This site will soon be turned into a theme park aimed at showing people how important water is. This will contribute enormously to the province’s educational scheme.
There is no other theme park in Mendoza dealing with the many school topics that are related to the use of water in our oasis. Ponds, waterfalls and teaching material will be used to help visitors understand how water is used in Mendoza. There will also be a hydrology library and a food court. The water used in the park will be provided by Canal del Oeste that goes through Boulevard Juncal.
A walk around the Foothill area
117 km of the region’s 156-m2 area correspond to the foothill area, a large natural site with a potential for residential growth and natural reserve creation. This area is regarded as being the key to the region’s sustainable development.
The road into this area is Segundo Sombra to the west (Northern side of the CIMALCO factory). From Maure Dam (flood defense) upwards it is a dirt road and the landscape unfolds impressive hills, ravines, and springs. The most noteworthy hills in the area are: Melocotón, Bayo, Pirámide, La Puntilla, La Cruz y Mogotes Colorados
This is a charming spot that comprises some highly promising sites for rural tourism development: Atamisqui – Barrancos, Agua de la Batea, la Vizcachera, La Cieneguita, El Higueral, Punta del Agua, Las Trancas, El Melocotón, El Peral, Obligación, La Cantera y Canterita.
This area does not offer infrastructure, equipment or basic services, therefore tourist are advised to go on this tours with a tour agent under the supervision of skilled guides or neighbors.
THE PATH OF FAITH IN GODOY CRUZ
Godoy Cruz is a typical example of a town coming to existence after the opening of farms and churches. In this case, a chapel paying homage to San Vicente Ferrer caused the San Vicente Ferrer town to come into being. This town would then be called Godoy Cruz. Today, the San Vicente Ferrer church and the vintage buildings around it are clearly the most representative postcard of the region.
The historical presence of the Catholic Church, the freedom of worship, the arrival of European immigrants and its strategic location within Gran Mendoza have rendered Godoy Cruz a place where all faiths are welcomed as Godoy Cruz houses temples of different religions.
For those interested in knowing the social history of a town, visiting its churches can be revealing. Churches, grottos, chapels and temples of various beliefs are a remarkable cultural legacy due to their meaning, architecture and the works of art in them. The following are some of the cultural legacy sites in Godoy Cruz visitors shouldn’t miss.
SAN VICENTE FERRER CHURCH (1)
In 1753 Mr. Tomás de Coria built a chapel as a memorial to Dominican priest San Vicente Ferrer that was turned into a church in 1805. In the 1861 earthquake, part of the temple was destroyed, and a new one was built on its present location. This temple is the only exponent of the three-nave, Neo-gothic style in the province (1906-1912). The handcrafted woodwork in it is a true religious work of art, as well as the image of Sant Vicent el del ditet, affectionately called that way for having worked many miracles by pointing his index finger. Inside the church, the remains of Dr. Tomás Godoy Cruz, national hero and regional patron, are also found. Padre Arce and Padre Juan Tomasic’s graves are located in the Atrium.
Stations of the Cross, Nuestra Señora de Lourdes Grotto: to the west of the church, the Stations of the Cross and Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto can be seen. In the entrance hall visitors will see General San Martin’s soldier Tropero Pedro Sosa’s grave and monument.
CARRODILLA STATIONS OF THE CROSS, CHURCH AND MUSEUM
This group of religious buildings is located on the district borderline. It comprises leafy groves, lawns, and cultural and historical attractions: the Carrodilla Church and Museum (Luján de Cuyo) and the Stations of the Cross (Godoy Cruz). It can be the most crowded place during the Easter Holidays.
The Stations of the Cross site was created by Padre Aymont in 1844 with the help of his neighbors. This site comprises the Nuestro Señor de la Salud (Our Lord of Health) – Miraculous Christ chapel, the Stations of the Cross, and the image of Christ nailed to the Cross. There is also a small chapel featuring an image of dying Christ carved by the Huarpe Indians. The Carrodilla church, built between 1840 and 1844 is a single-nave temple with a crossing. The Virgen de la Carrodilla image was brought by Mr. Antonio Solanilla. It was made in Estadilla, in the last years of the 18th century. That was the Spanish town where two farmers that were loading their trolley with logs witnessed the appearance of the virgin. In Mendoza, she is known as the Patron Saint of vineyards.
NUESTRA SEÑORA DE SCHOENSTATT CHAPEL-SANCTUARY
Similar in style to the many chapels this movement has around the world, this sanctuary fully conveys the meaning of the word Shöenstatt (beautiful place). Its Photography museum shows the work of priest José Kentenich. 18th October is their Patron Saint’s day.
SAN CAYETANO CHURCH-VICARAGE
In this simple chapel, San Cayetano is worshipped. There are special masses every 7th day of each month that attract hundreds of parishioners who wish to thank the saint of the poor, bread and work, especially on 7th August.
NUESTRA SEÑORA DE FATIMA CHURCH (9)
Several steps lead to the church large atrium. Its simplicity and harmonious architectural design result in a beautiful sight. Our lady of Fatima is worshipped at special masses on every 13th of May.
NUESTRA SEÑORA DEL CARMEN CHURCH (8)
This church and the work of priest Don Luis Orione-canonized on 16th May- occupy an entire block. Visitors can see the façade of ‘El Hogarcito´, the old chapel and the new, monumental church with its high consecutive brick arches making up the bell tower and entrance hall. The Don Orione Institute has been in Mendoza since 1934 spreading both knowledge and the love of Christ, the Church and The Pope through charity.
SAN JUAN MARON EPARCHY CHURCH
In 1911, lay priest Juan Aoun opened a very humble religious school with a chapel of the Maronite worship, exactly where the present-day church is located. In 1962, the Buenos Aires and Eastern Catholics’ Archbishop ordered the building of the church, and it was consecrated in 1968. The images in the church are those of Saint Charbel, Our lady of Lebanon and Saint Rafga.
NUESTRA SEÑORA DE LA SOLEDAD CHURCH
It belongs to the South American St. Pious X priest fraternity. Of a Spanish colonial style, the Santo Domingo Savio School, Our Lady of Solitude church and the cloister premises are worth mentioning. On one side of the church, the image of Virgen de Lourdes and the bell tower stand out. Its many images include the Virgin of Solitude, Saint Pious X, St. Theresa and Saint Rose of Lima.
SAN VICENTE MUNICIPAL CEMETERY. 736 Carril Cervantes. Tel. 4524978
This graveyard, opened in 1868, has been declared part of our cultural heritage and is now being remodeled. This monument-style cemetery is an outdoor museum, since it features works of art such as mausoleums, sculptures and stained-glass windows. The very history of Mendoza can be traced by walking along its corridors: Rufino Godoy (1st Major), Luis Filippini and Antonio Tomba (winery owners), and Francisco Casale, are buried there.
PALMARES OPEN MALL
Av. San Martín Sur or Acceso Sur Oeste 2650. A very interesting combination of architecture and natural landscape that comprises a wide range of shops, restaurants, movie theaters, a playground, a supermarket, banks and ATMs, parking lot and taxi/chauffeur-driven cars. This shopping mall also features a convention center.
Opening hours: shops and supermarket: open everyday 10 a.m.-10 p.m. (closed on 1st January, 1st May and 25th December only). Food court: open everyday 10 a.m.-10 p.m. (Opening at 6 p.m. on those holidays).
LIBERTAD SHOPPING MALL
Joaquín V. González and Salvador Arias. A wide variety of shops, services and a food court. Parking lot and taxis/chauffeur-driven cars.
Opening hours: open everyday 9 a.m.-10 p.m. (closed on 1st January, 1st May and 25th December only). Food court: open everyday 9 a.m.-10 p.m. (opening at 6 p.m. on those holidays).
Road Safety Education Theme Park: It is a theme city with a checkerboard road network that simulates downtown Godoy Cruz (main Plaza and neighboring areas). It also features an 80-seat auditorium.
Road Safety Education Theme Park information: tel: 4225301, e-mail: email@example.com. Guided tours tours are free of charge for schools and institutions.
Av. San Martín and Rivadavia.
Opening hours: everyday 9 a.m.-10p.m. (closed on 1st January, 1st, May and 25th December only).
PORTAL DE LOS ANDES JUMBO-EASY SHOPPING MALL
Av. Constanera and Montecaseros. It comprises a hypermarket and a home center, besides fancy shops selling mostly top brands, and a food court.
Andes Brewery (Quilmes)
2289 Carril Cervantes
It is one of the most important industrial facilities in Godoy Cruz, Mendoza and the entire Cuyo region. It was opened in 1910. In the past, it was divided into two areas: the malt house, where barley was processed, and the ice factory, where ice was made for both the factory and its personnel. Those years were difficult for breweries since the liquids needed to be taken from one place to another. In an attempt to cut down costs, the brewery engineers realized gravity could help them and designed a vertical system. This was then known as the brewery tower.
Free guided tours for visitors wishing to see the plant and learn about the beer making process.
Museums and Monuments
Police Museum: 88 Lavalle, on the 1st floor of Edificio Policial Comisaría 7°. Mon-Fri, 9 a.m.-1p.m. Alguacil Mayor Capitán Don Gaspar Miguel Ruiz de Rojas Museum.
Eduardo Murtha Veterinarian museum: 114 Derqui. Mon-Fri 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Pharmaceutical Museum: 645 Rivadavia, Godoy Cruz. Next to the Pharmaceutical Association building.
Pilar Battle Monument – (Plaza in B° Batalla del Pilar)
Don Tropero Sosa Monument (San Vicente Ferrer church)
Dr. Tomás Godoy Cruz’s grave (San Vicente Ferrer church)
CENTRO DE CONGRESOS PALMARES BUREAU (Convention center)
Av. San Martín Sur 2650. Godoy Cruz
Telf.: 413 9100 / 413 9300. Information: 413 9052
Palmares Open Mall also features a 10-movie theater facility.
SALAS CINEMARK : 10 movie theaters . Palmares Open Mall.
2650 Av. San Martín Sur. Godoy Cruz
CINE TEATRO PLAZA
Dirección de Cultura. Municipalidad de Godoy Cruz. Colón 47, Ciudad de Godoy Cruz.
Capacity: 982 people. Works are currently being done to extend it to 1,000 people. It originally had 1,300 seats but now there are 663 seats in the main room and 319 in the circle.
It offers the latest sound and lighting equipment. Sound: 8-channel console and 3 microphones. Lighting: 24 par thousand with power console. Dressing rooms: 2 pole curtain for the scenery. Stage: 12-m long, 10-m deep with four lateral doors (2 internal doors and a door from the proscenium).
CENTRO CULTURAL MATESIS
Belgrano 290. Tel: 4243531
Capacity: 120 people
Rivadavia 659. Ciudad de Godoy Cruz. Godoy Cruz
Capacity: 400 people
CLUB DE LEONES
Guido Spano 251. Ciudad de Godoy Cruz. Godoy Cruz
Capacity: 20 people
LIBERTAD (Hipermercado Libertad)
San Martín 161. 1° Piso
Capacity: 50 people
FIDEL DE LUCIA
Honorable Concejo Deliberante – Municipalidad de Godoy Cruz
Perito Moreno y Rivadavia
Capacity: 60 people
CULTURA DE BOLSILLO
Juan B. Justo 58, Ciudad de Godoy Cruz
Bº Trapiche Oeste, Godoy Cruz
El Carrizal 3041, Godoy Cruz
Beltrán y 20 de Junio, Ciudad de Godoy Cruz. Godoy Cruz.
Irigoyen y Esteban Echeverría, Ciudad de Godoy Cruz. Godoy Cruz
PUBLIC AND POLPULAR LIBRARIES
BIBLIOTECA MUNICIPAL MANUEL BELGRANO. Azcuénaga 73, Tel.: 4133254. Opening hours: Mon-Fri 8 a.m.- 8 p.m.
EL HOMBRITO, Rincón de Cultura
Bº Dolores Ptrat de Huisi, Lago Hermoso M.15 C.2, Godoy Cruz
BIBLIOTECA POPULAR PABLITO GONZALEZ
Escuela Padre Arce, Bº La Gloria, Godoy Cruz
Alternative venues for exhibitions, shows, fairs and other cultural activities
RECREATION AND RESTAURANTS
CASINO DE MENDOZA
Av. San Martín 2095, Tel. 4241301 / 4241523
Opening hours: slot machines 11 a.m.
Other games: 5p.m. – 5 a.m.
RESTAURANTS- NIGHT CLUBS
AV. San Martín Sur 570. Godoy Cruz
Av. San Martín Sur 905. Godoy Cruz
Belgrano 1188, Tel. 4242282 / 68 / 2744 / 2857 / 0479
Free guided tours 9.30, 10.30, 11.30, 12.30, 1.30 p.m and 2.30 p.m.
Special event cellar and Photography museum.
Cellar capacity: 900 people
NAVARRO CORREA – DIAGEO
Rodríguez Peña 1560, Tel. 4315987 / 88 / 89
Winery entrance: San Francisco del Monte 1555