The first activities held in the downtown coast are directly linked with Rosario’s early development.
The area was chosen to build the first piers for trading goods and receiving immigrants from all over the world. Later, the huge port built there, with 2.5 miles of piers and 12.5 miles of railroads, transformed Rosario into one of the most thriving cities of Argentina. Due to public policies implemented as of the end of the 20th century, the area was renovated.
Nowadays, trails and green areas allow visitors to enjoy a stroll that not only includes the sight of the river, but also the possibility of getting immersed in the city’s history.
It was laid in 1902 to build the huge port that took up the whole downtown coast.
Since 1950, the complex offers different services and is the main access point to the Paraná river.
The area, which used to belong to the port, now allows visitors to enjoy a park facing the river.
In 1857, the opening of Hopkins port was a milestone for the city's international commerce.
These old warehouses were renewed and transformed into cultural spaces.
This narrow cobbled street among old buildings, runs along a slope that ends in the river.
Including a noteworthy Cultural Center, the “Parque de España” (Spanish Park) offers visitors an array...
La Estación de trenes Rosario Central fue la primera de la ciudad.
Una de las construcciones que perteneció al ferrocarril y fue refuncionalizada.
Silos donde los cereales eran acopiados.
Durante décadas la Estación Rosario Norte fue la más importante de la ciudad.
En este sector se encontraban numerosos muelles particulares.
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