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Rosario is Argentina’s third-largest city just 300 kilometers northwest of Buenos Aires and a very welcoming and relaxed place, perfect for a coworking and coliving experience.
Nestled between riverside beaches and green spaces, Rosario has warm and sunny weather most days making the city extremely liveable and ideal for remote workers.
Here are some fun facts about Rosario:
- About 1.3 million people live in Rosario.
- The city is named after the Virgen del Rosario, Virgin of the Rosary and the locals are called Rosarinos.
- Che Guevara and Lionel Messi are two of the city's most famous residents. A statue has now been erected in the revolutionary's honor and the city also boasts not one but two soccer teams.
- Rosario is Argentina’s capital of artisan ice cream!
- Kayak tours down the Paraná River are popular with short-term and long-term visitors alike.
- The city is also famous for barbequed freshwater fish dishes.
- The MACRO has the biggest modern art collection in all of Argentina.
- An asteroid has been named after the city.
- A huge bridge across the Paraná Delta connects Rosario to the city of Victoria.
- “The Island of Inventions”, a converted train station, is a perfect day trip for kids who can enjoy the many fun science demonstrations and also learn about art and technology.
- Foodie nomads should head to Rosario in April for its international food festival, which also features a food truck festival.
- Rosarinos love to go out to eat and drink and enjoy cumbia and reggetón in the city’s many bars.
- Bolivia has had access to a part of Rosario’s harbor since 1976, which is the landlocked country’s only access to sea trade.
Rosario might not be on the seashore but its riverside beaches are clean and chilled and the locals welcoming and easy-going. This is why many digital nomads make Rosario their coworking and coliving destination.