Rosario, Argentina's third largest city, is known to most of us as the birthplace of Che Guevara and Lionel Messi. In modern times, it is also known for its famous football club Rosario Central. Cesar Luis Menotti, who managed his first football team, was born in the city.
Martino's reign is best remembered for a team that included stars such as Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Diego Maradona, Sergio Aguero and Javier Mascherano. His tenure has been the most successful in the history of the Argentine national team and Messi will have to pay his dues for Argentina when the team begin their World Cup campaign having lost three finals (2007, 2015 and 2016) when they play Colombia on Sunday.
It is one of Argentina's leading universities, with strong engineering and business degrees. Rosario also has two train stations, Estacion Rosarios Sur, which is located in the southern suburbs, and the final stop Estacao de los Estados Norte, which is located near the city center. You can get to Buenos Aires by train and stop at La Paz train station, San Juan de La Torre or El Cajon. From the city centre you can reach the train station "Rosario norte" by bus or by taxi from the nearby city centre.
Rosario is known as a party town and Portenos from Buenos Aires will come to Rosario just to spend a night or two in the disco, although the increase in crime in recent years has led to a decline in internal tourism. It has become a popular destination for foreign visitors who want to learn Spanish, as it is less than 400 km from Aires and has the third largest city in the country with a population of about 1.5 million people.
The city also houses one of the largest museums in the world, the Museum of Contemporary Art Rosario. It is crammed with works of art donated to the city by its former residents, the Estevez Company, whose former resident, firma estevedo, and her former husband Odilo, who emigrated to Rosarios in the 1880s and made a fortune selling the Yerba 43 mate brand. The monument was erected after the creator of the Argentine flag, Manuel Belgrano, unveiled the flag in his tomb in a public park in Buenos Aires. His grave lies under the monument And it was installed on the day that revolutionary Che Guevara would have celebrated his 80th birthday.
It also houses the Museum of Contemporary Art Rosario, the largest contemporary art museum in the world, with more than 1,000 works of art and sculptures.
The monument is considered one of the most important monuments of Rosario and the second largest in the world. It also houses the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, housed in a conspicuously converted grain silo on the waterfront.
On the west side of the square is the former Provincial Palace of Justicia, completed in 1892, and on the east side of the Plaza de Mayo. South of the square, between Cordoba and Buenos Aires, is the large, imposing Palacios de la Republica de Rosario, completed in 1938 and one of the largest and most important buildings in Argentina.
East of the Monumento Bandera is the Plaza de Mayo, the largest public square in the province of Santa Fe. Although it is not its capital, this is the heart of its province, located south of Buenos Aires and north of Cordoba, west of Rosario.
Rosario is perfect for a four-day trip and takes you there in less than an hour by bus, train or train from Buenos Aires. It is also a popular tourist attraction, with a games room where you can play table football and table tennis.
As such, Rosario is one of the largest exporters of raw grain in South America and the world. It handles the bulk of Argentina's crude grain exports, as well as most of Argentina's oil exports.
This has made Rosario, a city of 1.2 million people, one of the largest agricultural centers in Latin America. Argentines consider the city to be very progressive and have long been at the forefront of what is now a public-private partnership.
For example, one of the city's most important public-private partnerships, the Rosario City Council, is dedicated to the development of public infrastructure.
Finally, Rosario is considered one of the most important cities in the world for the development of high-quality public transport. According to a recent study by the University of Buenos Aires, "Rosario is bebe a fito" (the city of fitos) in Argentina.
To the east, on Paseo del Siglo, there is a beautiful monument designed by Raul Rivero in 1926, while on the west side of the city, in the heart of the former city centre, there is Plaza 25 de Mayo. Built as the first humble chapel dedicated to the Virgin of the Rosary, it is a historic and heart-felt city. Completed in 1957, the first historical monument is bebe a fito, a huge monumental complex that honours the heroes who fought for independence with the Argentine flag and Bandera. The monument is 78 metres high and commemorates the creation of the "Argentine flag."