Kayaking along the high delta of the Paraná River, we let ourselves be seduced by the scenery of the islands located opposite the city and we visited one of the ecosystems with the largest biodiversity.See complete outing
The Juan B. Castagnino Museum of Fine Arts is one of the most important museums in the country. Today, it opens its doors to show an exhibition about the Rosario artists’ society.See complete outing
We got to the National Monument to the Flag and a feeling of awe and respect took hold of our beings as we beheld the beauty of our motherland emblem.See complete outing
With over 100 years of passion, deeds, legends and a kind of antagonism that rocks the entire City of Rosario, the historical duel between Newell’s All Boys and Rosario Central summons crowds...See complete outing
We present an original way to see the charms of the city. On two wheels, we rode by the most emblematic buildings, monuments and neighborhoods.See complete outing
Bar “El Cairo” always will be linked to whom, for many people, was the greatest print cartoonist: “El Negro” Fontanarrosa comes alive at this café.See complete outing
On the northern riverside in Rosario, the landscape and the beaches suddenly turn this crowded and active urban settlement into a different city, where the sunshine and the river become the protagonists.See complete outing
We went about the most outstanding areas in the center of Rosario. In an imaginary trip, we traveled back to the days in which the architecture of the place reached its peak.See complete outing
Located 320 kilometers from the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, it discovers its beauty amidst the busy urban life.See complete outing
Here we present our four selected tables in the city. Whether regional or ecumenical, whether strongly Argentinian or European, all of them, proudly from Rosario.See complete outing
Rosario has been and will be the cradle of remarkable men. Alberto Olmedo was one of the greatest Argentinian comedians and he was born in this city, particularly at Pichincha neighborhood, next to the river.
The first bronze monument to honor Ernesto “Che” Guevara was raised on June 14, 2008 in the City of Rosario in commemoration of its 80th birthday anniversary.