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Cuyo

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The Cuyo is a region in the west of Argentina bordered in the north and northeast by the Andean Northwest region, in the east and southeast by the Pampas region, in the south by the Patagonia region, and in the west by Chile.

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The following provinces are considered part of the Cuyo:

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  • Learn Spanish in the city of Mendoza to appreciate the culture more.

As with many places in Argentina, there are a variety of Spanish courses and private lessons are available. There are two established language schools, both disorganized but fun, in Mendoza: Intercultural, has a range of afternoon activities especially appropriate for young partiers, and is slightly more expensive; Greenfields (aka COINED, after the web bookers) is smaller and feels even less well organized, but many of the teachers work at both schools.

Another great option for individual or very small tailor-made quality group lessons with a highly trained instructor: Spanish in Mendoza, Argentina (SIMA) [1]. This is a better option for those seriously interested in learning or improving their Spanish, although the classes are very enjoyable.

  • Ruta 40. Cuyo is crossed by mythical Ruta 40. The highway takes beginning from the far north to the southernmost tip of Argentina and goes through the desert plains and lush vineyards, passes by the crystal lakes, glaciers and the peaks of the Andes Mountains. The 5224 kilometer route connects La Quiaca in northern Argentina with the southern town of Rio Gallegos. The road trip goes through 11 provinces, 20 national parks, 18 major rivers, 27 passes on the Andes.

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