Rosario in pictures
Rosario is the largest city in the central Argentina province of Santa Fe. The city is located 300 km (186 mi) northwest of Buenos Aires, on the west bank of the Paraná River. Rosario is the third-most populous city in the country, and is also the most populous city in Argentina that is not a capital (provincial or national).
Monumento a la bandera (the National Flag Memorial) in Rosario is a monumental complex built near the banks of the Paraná River, and has a total area of about 10,000 m2.
The huge Paraná River serves as an important waterway linking inland cities in Argentina and Paraguay with the ocean. It also offers the people of Rosario many opportunities for sport and pleasure activities.
The 12 km Rosario-Victoria Bridge opened in 2003 and provides an important link across the river.
The Paraná River Aquarium is a public initiative of the Government of the Province of Santa Fe for environmental conservation and sustainable use of the Paraná River.
El Parque de Las Colectividades, beside the river, offers space, relaxation and fun for everyone.
With hundreds of restaurants Rosario hosts an unbelievable variety of dining experiences. Here we see offerings from El Gran Chopp and Doppio Zero.
With a history of over two hundred years, Rosario has a rich architectural heritage.
More to explore: the Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Barquito de Papel, both situated along the river.
Teatro El Círculo has a capacity of 1450 people and features a spectacular ceiling. The theatre is located in an area designed with an early 20th-century look, using old lampposts and cobblestones.