Rosario, one of the largest cities in Argentina, is best identified as the birthplace of Che Guevara, a great revolutionary. The city’s tourism appeal is shaped by buildings, galleries, restaurants, river parks and river beaches. Apart from raving about Che Guevara the city never forgets to talk about Lionel Messi, a great football player. Here we suggest ways to explore this city.
Rosario is situated on the banks of Rio Parana upper Delta which is a vast stretch of mostly uninhabited, subtropical islands. The area is a good to spot plant and animal species. The guests can board a boat to reach this island.
Monumento Nacional a La Bander
Monumento Nacional a La Bander is the national flag memorial. The monument was inaugurated on June 20, 1957 on the death anniversary of Manuel Belgrano, the man who designed Argentine flag. Situated on the banks of Río Paraná and its islands, the monument offers a stunning view of the surroundings from its top.
Museo Municipal de Bellas Artes
The gallery caters tourists with an artistic inclination. The gallery showcases inventive displays of contemporary and 20th-century artworks from the MACRO collection. A small collection of European artworks is also on display.
Besides tourist attractions, the city of Rosario also caters to the gastronomic needs of vacationers. La Marina is one such place where guests can feed on excellent variety of sea food. As the place is highly popular among tourists and locals you might have to wait for tables.
More than visiting this city for fun, Rosario is an excellent place for learning Spanish. There are several Spanish teaching classes in the city and one can choose according to their choice and convenience. By joining this course you will put your time to good use while arming you with a new skill.
Che Guevara's First Home
Che Guevara's First Home is a tourist destination in itself as this legendary revolutionary is not new to the world. The apartment building at Entre Ríos 480 is the place where Ernesto Guevara Lynch and Celia de la Serna lived in 1928 after the birth of their son. The building is a private apartment so you can’t go inside.
Costanera, a waterfront is great place to walk where derelict warehouses and train tracks has largely been reclaimed to make this place interesting. This waterfront is an ideal place for bird watching and seeing day to day life in progress.