Rosario Argentina Events
In most Argentine cities, Flag Day goes unnoticed, meaning offices, schools and sometimes shops close. In Bariloche, the Argentine ski capital, she celebrates the beginning of winter with a four-day festival. It is also celebrated on the first Sunday in February, the day before the start of the winter solstice.
Two great ways to explore Rosario and the surrounding area are cycling through the city or kayaking along the Parana River. Buenos Aires portenos can hop on a bus to Rosarios just to go to clubs for a night or two, although the rise in crime in recent years has meant that internal tourism has declined. Argentina is one of the safest cities in the world with a crime rate of less than 1%. Violent crime is extremely rare, but petty crime is common and there are areas considered safer than Buenos Aires, such as La Paz.
If you want to get a taste of the Argentine music and art scene, Rosario is considered the best place in the world to spend a night with friends or a weekend outside Buenos Aires.
Next to the Parana River stands the place where national hero Manuel Belgrano first raised the Argentine flag in 1812. Pasaje Juramento is a walk that connects the monument of the flag and the historic center of Rosario. The walk is flanked by shallow fountains on different levels, each of which stands as a monument to one of the most important events in Argentine history: the flag-raising ceremony. This walk connects us to the Flag Memorial in the historic center of Rosario and is a great way to connect the historic downtown with other historic sites such as Plaza de Mayo, the Palacio de la Republique or the National Monument.
Rosario supported the May Revolution of 1810 against inner cities like Cordoba, where General Manuel Belgrano raised the first Argentine flag in 1812. This is reminiscent of the Battle of Vuelta de Obligado, in which a small Argentine army faced an Anglo-French navy sailing near Rosario on the banks of the Parana River, a few kilometres from the city centre. General Manuelbel Grano commanded the army and led the Patricios regiment to guard the banks of the Paranas River to prevent an invasion by Spanish royalists, although Rosarios was a smaller village known at the time as Villa del Rosarian.
General Manual Belgrano first designed the flag of the country in 1812 and raised it in the city of Rosario on July 1, 1813. On July 3, 2020, one of the most famous buildings in Rosarios, the National Art Museum, was captured by the Argentine National Guard and the US Army in Buenos Aires.
It is located in the city of Rosario, a city with about 1,500,000 inhabitants and the second largest city in Argentina after Buenos Aires.
Historically, Rosario is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Argentina and the second largest city in the country.
We visited most of the major attractions in Rosario in a 3-day period, including Speedos old trails. From the classic Argentine Parrilla Steak House to the city dominated by the Parana River, Rosarios is home to some of Argentina's most popular tourist destinations, such as Isla Espinillo, the largest island in the world and the most famous tourist destination in Argentina. It turns out that Islas Esp inillo is by far the liveliest of all the tourist attractions on the island. We took a short boat ride from the airport, past the islands with magnificent views of our city.
Rosario's contribution to Argentine culture is highlighted by a number of theatres and museums, including the Rosario Museum of Art and Culture, a museum of art and history and a theatre for children. Think of a visit to one of the many museums in the city, such as the Casa de la Paz, the Art Museum or the Museum of Art and History.
This restaurant has played an important role in the history of the city since its founder Don Carlos Escauriza took it upon himself to open the first lifeguard beach in Rosario and teach the children to swim on site.
Although Rosario is located on a river, there are sandy beaches and small islands that are popular with both locals and visitors. This is one of the best ways to see the beauty of Rosario and a nice way to break off the trip and head west from Cordoba to Mendoza. So you are already planning to dance the tango in Buenos Aires, find your favourite Malbec in Mendoza, experience the immense power of the Iguazu waterfalls, get lost in the art galleries of Cordoba and what else should you add to your itinerary to enrich your time in Argentina?
Before you arrive in Argentina, you should make the most of your time and learn about your local laws, etiquette and tips before you set off. Find out about social and cultural issues that may be a little sensitive in Buenos Aires. If you want to learn more about Rosario's history, history and culture, read our guide to the history, culture and history of the city in general.