Group Activities in Rosario

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  • Sabine P
    Rosario, Argentina61 contributions
    Great place for kids and even adults to explore, discover, learn and play.
    From drawing, painting, making paper, sewing rag doll, creating video animations, watching the stars to getting rid of your fears, there are so many activities (and more) that one afternoon isn't enough to do it all.
    I regularly go there with my 4 and 6yrs old and we easily spend 5 hours each time. Children love the place and can wander pretty much on their own - It is a huge place (former train station) and many of the activities are in the central area so you can easily sit down and watch your kids go from one workshop to another.
    Do not hesitate to bring a snack as there are not coffee shop inside but plenty of sitting areas.
    Entry fee is really cheap and free under 4ys old.
    Written 31 March 2019
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  • Jnanayog
    St. John's, Canada4,116 contributions
    Back in February of 1872 the national flag of Argentina, designed by Belgrano was raised here. Today this massively monument, which by the way you can see on the 10 Peso note, stands as a significant symbol for the Argentinian people. It is one massive tower, which can be entered and an elevator takes one to the top. Off to the west side the monument continues where you will find the Eternal Flame. Located on the banks of this massive river where large sea-going bulk carriers ply, you will see the monument, and the very Tall Flag Pole... minus its Flag the days we visited.
    Written 12 March 2020
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  • Mario V
    Rosario, Argentina20 contributions
    I assisted to a big show, acoustic i so good, for a centennial theater! More activities are included into the agenda. best play to hear music and some of Opera.
    Written 3 October 2018
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  • susananitabv
    Argentina38 contributions
    It´s a nice place to visit. In this open area you may have a lovely family time, you may found boats to sail in the lake.
    Written 11 July 2018
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  • Guillermo C
    Rosario, Argentina36 contributions
    One of the most important bridges in the Region, ROSARIO-VICTORIA is a 35 km length Bridge, over the Paranà River crossing to the next Province ( Entre Rios).
    Nice for a day trip from Rosario visiting the Old Abbey, the casino and enjoying the vegetation.
    Written 11 March 2019
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  • Jnanayog
    St. John's, Canada4,116 contributions
    This specific Parque is at what we might refer to as the upper end of the long Green Space that fronts the Paranna River. The other Or downriver portion would be the Parque Nacional a la Bandera. It is a fantastic piece of workmanship that is dotted with huge trees several gym type buildings, etc. The river portion has a large walking space, portion of which is grated so you can see the River below. Today there were a lot of folk enjoying a picnic. In addition the large railing was lined with fishermen, attempting to catch the white fish that were breaching. The river seemed to be in full flood, very brown in color and being used today by not only ocean going ships but wind surfers and sailing boats of varying size.
    Written 14 March 2020
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  • nippurdelagash
    Rosario, Argentina25 contributions
    this is a walk of at least 30', it should start at Spain Park and, following the river flow, walk calmly seeing some iconic buildings like Rosario Customs building, the Barracks initially used by Rosario port, now a site for concerts and street arts school. After about 10 blocks, you can see the Flag Memorial, built to honor the place where the Argentine flag was raised for the first time, in 1812. This Monument has an elevator where it is possible to have a very good view of the river and it's delta, as well as part of Rosario city at the top of it.
    Written 17 February 2020
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  • anselmoportes
    Assis, SP612 contributions
    I wasn't there for a concert, plays or any other cultural event.

    Actually I visited in order to take a picture of a beautiful spiral staircase that lies inside it.

    If you are a spiral staircase lover just like me, do not miss it!
    Written 28 February 2018
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  • Wise14u
    Isla Mujeres, Mexico517 contributions
    The center of Rosario seems safe with tons of people. Several walking streets intersect to form a great area for shopping deals. Plentiful taxis and some great restaurants as well.
    Written 17 April 2019
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  • azulcanclini
    Rosario, Argentina55 contributions
    Rosario doesn't have an ocean, so La Florida is the next best thing. A nice beach with restaurants and activities. You can play some beach volley or water sports, rent a kayak, or take a trip to one of the many islands.
    Written 15 March 2016
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  • Annie S
    1 contribution
    Since these are not posted outside the cathedral or on line, they are:
    Mon - Fri - 8.45,11,45,19.30
    Sat- 8.45,11.45, 18.00, 19.30
    Sun- 9, 10.30, 12,18.00,19.30,20.45
    Written 24 March 2019
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  • anselmoportes
    Assis, SP612 contributions
    The stadium has no tour services. However, I asked to some local staff (very friendly) and they let me in to take some pictures from inside.

    The stadium is located at the Parque Independencia, so if you visit the park I recommend you to stop by there.
    Written 28 February 2018
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  • priscila313
    Buenos Aires, Argentina16 contributions
    This park was really beautful
    Perfect for a jog
    Or just a walk. U can sit and enjoy a picnic
    It had some sculptures also.
    Written 13 January 2016
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  • Andrew R
    1 contribution
    In 2 hours it only covers a small (historical) part of the city, but it's well worth it to find out a little bit about the history of the city and get some local knowledge and suggestions from the guide.
    Written 3 February 2019
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