Rosario’s tango tradition is reflected in its many milongas and orchestras. One of the most acclaimed bandoneón players in the world, Rodolfo "Cholo" Montironi, was born in this city.
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Handicraft stands have become a meeting point for thousands of tourists and locals. Weaved into the city’s fabric are a ...Go to
While taking a stroll around the area surrounding the National Flag Memorial, you may stop at “La Fluvial” Street Market...Go to
Designer objects, antiques, clothing and handicrafts are all to be found in just a few blocks by the Paraná River, where...Go to
Away from downtown Rosario and past the Rosario Central soccer stadium, you will find “Parque Alem” (Alem Park) with sta...Go to
Located on the pedestrian street “San Martín,” this Square, with its handicraft stands, stores, a bar and the Bernardino...Go to