Rosario, in Santa Fe, is a city that around 1,200,000 people call home.
Buenos Aires, the national capital, is located 170 miles (274 kilometers) southeast of Rosario, while Mendoza lies 470 miles (756 kilometers) to the west.
If you love relaxing in nature, visit a few of the pleasant nature retreats of the area. Independence Park and the Parque de Espana are two popular urban parks and gardens for those who appreciate the outdoors. Rosario abounds with green escapes; also try Alem Park and the lovely Urquiza Park.
If you enjoy discovering the heart and soul of a city, you mustn’t miss these much-loved civic spaces in Rosario. The most photographed of these that you should head to include Plaza Sarmiento, Plaza Montenegro and Plaza 25 de Mayo.
If you’d like to have you’re horizons expanded in Rosario, head to the Museum of the City and the Isla de los Inventos. Of the many well-curated collections in Rosario these venues are two of the more talked about.
The Monument to the Fallen of the Malvinas War stands as a proud testimony to the struggles and sacrifices of Rosario men and women in more troubled times. Learn more about the Rosario region’s proud military past at this important place of remembrance.
Fuel your mind with a visit to the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rosario in Rosario. Tour the halls and enjoy the range of permanent displays as well as the one-off exhibits.
Step back through the ages at National Flag Memorial; one of the most important pockets of history in Rosario. Wander around the site, take photos and deepen your knowledge of the events that shaped local history.
The Rosario Cathedral is an impressive place of worship that has stood the test of time. Visit this heritage building to discover its cultural significance and then take your time to admire the architecture.
The Dr. Julio Marc Provincial Historical Museum is an excellent destination to go to discover the city’s turbulent past. Stroll through the museum’s silent hallways and browse the ancient exhibits on display.
If you are interested in art, culture and history visit the Firma y Odilo Estvez Municipal Decorative Art Museum, one of the most remarkable museums in Rosario. Even if you are only casually interested in art, head here to spend time and learn more about the history of art.