Alto Rosario Shopping mall sets a difference when it comes to its architecture. It has a blending of original structures from the English workshops of the Ferrocarril Central Argentino -a railroad- from early 19th century, and the modern expressions of current architecture. With more than 170 stores of the best local, national and international brands, it is a great place to visit. Besides it offers 19 gastronomic places to enjoy.
Address: Junin 501
Telephone: 410 6400
This shopping mall is the biggest in the region. It has 6 floors offering all kind of service and activities to suit all tastes and ages. It has more than 160 stores, a large supermarket, a home center, a food court, bowling and entertainment for children.
Address: Nansen 255– Next to Parque Alem
Telephone: 409 7200
This mall is in the heart of Paseo del Siglo –the most important and greatest commercial development area of the city of Rosario. Located between Cordoba, Rioja and Pte. Roca streets, this 18,000 mt2 mall of incomparable architectonic design and warm atmosphere finds it way. It has more than 100 stores, rooms specially designed for fun, an amusement center, cinema, and a small square.
Address: Cordoba and Presidente Roca.
Telephone: 449 1001
This pedestrian street begins near the Paraná river, in Avenida Belgrano, in the area of the Monumento a la Bandera. It runs across the historical center, leaving on its sides emblematic buildings such as Palacio Vasallo -the headquarters of the Legislativo Municipal-, Basílica Catedral de Nuestra Señora del Rosario -a cathedral-, Palacio de Correos -the post office building-, and Plaza 25 de Mayo -a historic square. Further on, the street turns into a pedestrian street along seven blocks, between Laprida and Paraguay street. This is the banking and trade center of the city; here it stands out the building that belonged to the traditional store La Favorita and many shopping arcades. The following seven blocks, from Paraguay street up to Bv. Oroño, constitute the so called “Paseo del Siglo”; an area characterized for its historical buildings which are protected by a city program for the preservation of our building heritage.
Peatonal San Martín
San Martín street begins near the river, in Belgrano Avenue, and goes up the hill downtown. At the corner with Peatonal Córdoba it becomes highly commercial; it is a pedestrian street up to Mendoza street. It runs along stores, banks, and Centro Cultural Bernardino Rivadavia -a cultural center- in the square called Plaza Montenegro.