Welcome to Rosario When I moved to Rosario in 2010, I realized that I knew very little about the 3rd largest city in Argentina, some 300 km from Buenos Aires. Sometimes called the little Buenos Aires, Rosario is well known amongst the Argentines but not so much for the rest of...Read More
Today let’s take a walk through Rosario historical center. Unlike most of the cities in Argentina, Rosario doesn’t have a precise foundation date. In 1689, captain Luis Romero de Pineda received part of the lands called the Pago de los Arroyos by royal decree, as...Read More
As mentioned before the Parana River is one of my favourite spots in Rosario. Recently, I went on a Kayak outing and boat-ride on the Parana on an exploration of the many islands and canals just in front the the city of Rosario. As I had made so many photos, I decided to put...Read More
The Ultimate Guide To Rosario's Best Restaurants, Bars, Museums, Activities And City Escapes.
For me, the main attraction of Rosario during the summer is the Parana river and its associated water activities.
To name a few, you can do:
Go on a boat ride to explore the Parana Viejo
Go to the beach
Go speed boating
Here is a great summary of some of the things to do with names and contact details of the companies offering these activities on the website of Rosario Tourism Office.
Enjoy your stay in Rosario this summer!Read More
Apart from Brazil, most countries in South America have at least one really top casino to game at these days, with these being the best ones in each of the major destinations:
If you want casino quantity, Argentina is definitely the place to pick. However most of them do not really compete with those in places like Mexico in terms of quality, making the Casino Puerto Madero and the Rosario City Center the only two you should concentrate on. The first one is located in Buenos Aires and doesn’t look promising from the exterior as, behind the façade, it is essentially two dilapidated river boats. The interior is in far better condition though, and if roulette is your passion, you will love it – because this is definitely the big casino game here. The Rosario City Center is one of the largest in South America.Read More
Eating out in Rosario is a pleasure!
There is a large selection of restaurants ranging from traditional “Parilla” (barbecued meats) restaurants to trendy music joints and romantics restaurants.
Here are 5 suggestions of places to eat in Rosario, Argentina.
1 -Lova is a nice restaurant and good choice for dinner.
2 – La Marina: Seafood place located very close to the Flag Memorial
3 – La Chernia, el Chucho y La Cholga: Another seafood place with a great menu and nice wine list.
4 – La Estancia – One of the oldests parillas of Rosario, excellente meat and great atmosphere. Good option for large groups.
5 – One of my favourite places in Rosario would be “Refineria” located in Pichincha – neighbourhood close to the centre of Rosario. Parrilla meet fine dining.
Hope you have a nice stay in Rosario!
We are now 30 days away from the start of the Dakar Rally in Rosario.
The city of Rosario is busy giving the final touches to many projects such as road improvement near the Flag Memorial, remodelling of the river front area which will host the Dakar Village in order to welcome this international race.
Some 670 Bikes, Quads, Cars, Trucks and Support vehicles participating in the race left Le Havre, France on 22nd November 2013 and should arrive in Buenos Aires on 30th of December. Europeans participants and their teams will be arriving in the city of Rosario after being reunited with their vehicles.
Rosario is getting ready to welcome the thousands of spectators expected on 4th and 5th of January 2014. Over 500 volunteers are being trained to welcome and help participants, their teams and visitors and will be located all around the city in many strategic points before and on the start of the rally.
Teams and visitors are now finalizing their arrangements for accommodation, activities and dining in Rosario. All of the hotels in Rosario are already fully booked and the remaining teams are looking into rentals options.
I am still getting some requests for accommodation and I should be able to help with you with alternatives for hotels and apart-hotels. Indeed, many flat owners in Rosario decided to rent out their own flat during the race to meet the huge demand. I have a selection of 2-/3-bedroom family flats located in the centre of Rosario. Please note that they are not rental holiday units but actual apartments usually inhabited by families but their owners are making arrangements to go somewhere else during the first week of January and welcome people in their homes.
If you are looking for information about what to do in Rosario, where to eat and where to stay, just get in touch and I’ll do my best to help you.
3 months before the Dakar, all the hotels in Rosario are already fully booked for the first week of January 2014 and many people are still looking for accommodation in Rosario.
However, it is still possible to find somewhere to stay in Rosario for the departure of the Dakar on 5th January 2014.
In Rosario, there are plenty of apart hotels, hostels and temporary rentals. When eventually everything gets booked in Rosario, I would advise you to check neighboring cities such as Fisherton, Funes, Roldan, Perez, Soldini, Oliveros and even the city of Victoria (60km away).
However, I have a list of apartment rentals still available in the city center. A couple of them are actuallyRead More
This is a great apartment for short and medium term stays in the city center of Rosario.
This fully-equipped apartment can host up to 6 persons and also has a parking space.
The rental property has 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom, a large living room and a separate kitchen. It is located within walking distances of the Cordoba pedestrian street, the flag memorial and the City hall.Read More
Until a few years ago, casinos were prohibited in the Province of Santa Fe. Gamblers had to travel to neighbouring provinces such as the provinces of Buenos Aires, Cordoba or Entre Rios to find this kind of entertainment. But as soon as the new gambling law was passed, investors in the city of Rosario did not hesitate to see big.
In late 2009, City Center Rosario opened its doors to the public and was an instant hit, over 110,000 persons visited the complex in the first two weeks of opening. This huge facility includes a 5 star hotel – Pullman Hotel (one of the 2 in Rosario), a convention center, various restaurants and bars, a small shopping mall and aRead More