It is located in Santa Fé Province, center-east Argentina. It is well-known for its important port in the Paraná River, which turns Rosario into a strategically interesting city for its stores and transportation.
Rosario is recognized by its beautiful architecture and buildings of cultural importance, such as the Biblioteca Argentina Doctor Juan Álvarez, and events, like the Semana de Arte Rosario. Also, it has famous museums, such as the Juan B. Castagnino Fine Arts Municipal Museum, the second more important of Argentina, the Arte Decorativo Firma y Odilo Estétez Museum, the Contemporary Art Museum, and the Ángel Gallardo Natural Sciences Museum, amongst others.
In the tourist area, it has an interesting geography, with spectacular gullies ideal to realize activities, such as trekking, enjoying the Paraná River. It has also resorts to the banks of the river, with beautiful gardens and many natural parks, to contemplate the vegetation of the zone, like Parque Alem and the Parque Nacional a la Bandera, with a monument in memory of the people who died in the Falklands war, amongst others.
Cultural life, architecture, resorts, parks, museums, libraries.
Activities: Sports, trekking, walks, gastronomy, photography.
How to get there: All year long, in summer has a warm temperature up to 40 Celsius degree, with rain.
When to go: By land, from Santa Fe and Córdoba, through National Road 9. Also, through other roads from the most important cities of the country. Airway, to Rosario International Airport.
Weather: Wet and temperate.
Services: Transportation, accommodations, gastronomy, cultural life, resorts.
Surroundings: Santa Fe, Paraná.