Visit the Stunning Cosmopolitan City of Rosario on a Private Tour!
Visit the stunning cosmopolitan city of Rosario on a private tour!. Once a great river port of Argentina, Rosario has now reinvented itself into a cosmopolitan city filled with stunning early 20th-century architecture alongside modern towers.
Most importantly, though, it is here many years ago where the Argentine Flag was born, and this is something the local Rosarinos are staunchly proud about.
On a Rosario sightseeing Tour, your guide will no doubt tell you of its two most famous residents Che Guevara and Lionel Messi. Football is like an obsession, and most men, women, grandparents all follow their idol on match day.
Along the riverbank, derelict buildings and grain silos have been converted into trendy restaurants and modern galleries adding to the feeling of growth in the area.
During the summer months, the beaches along the Parana river buzz with people relaxing or taking trips out to small islands, taking picnics and drinking mate the famous local drink.
Top 10 Things to Do in Rosario
Take a Private Tour and See the National Flag Memorial and Sight-see the Once Great River Port of This Pulsating City
As the birthplace of the Argentinian flag Rosario holds a special place in the heart of most Argentinians and none more so that the Rosarians.
Take an escorted private Rosario tour and see the National Flag Memorial and see this once great river port and take in the culture and architecture of this pulsating city.
You can visit the neoclassical birthplace of Ch Guevara and have your picture taken outside his former residence. Head for some R&R to the sandy beaches of North Rosario and enjoy the balmy temperatures and fresh seafood on offer in the many cafes.
On a city bike tour see the hidden backstreets of Rosario or go kayaking on the picturesque Parana Delta.
Travel Tips for Rosario
Generally, the best time to book your private tour depends on what you want a beach holiday or mainly sightseeing. Between the months of November and March, the weather is generally hot with temperatures in the upper 20s, so it is a perfect sunbathing or water sports time. Between the months of Jun and August, it can turn cold with temperatures of 16º so be prepared for cool evenings if you are taking in the sights.
Holidays here can be as cheap or as expensive as you want them to be private guided tours can be booked to suit most budgets. Hotels average around 7$ per night for a basic dormitory room to 27$ for a more upmarket hotel. Meals can be expensive all over Argentina and are around 6$ for a cafe meal to 20$ for an exclusive restaurant. Local buses and trains are reliable and cheap and probably the best way to make a journey.
There are many things to be aware of when visiting Argentina. Book as many of your private tours or sightseeing tours before your departure. Try to avoid sensitive topics such as religion and politics which could trigger strong reactions. Don't worry if you don't receive your change back as small value coins are a rarity. Dress considerately as shorts and flip flops are considered not appropriate dress in some places and don’t yawn or do the thumbs up.
In general, the warmest months of the year are December to February when temperatures are around the high 20s, but this also has the most rainfall. The warmest month of the year is January, and the coldest is July. If you don’t like the rain then best to avoid March and for the driest month go in August. Humidity remains around the same all year round at 80%.