Cheap Flights to Rosario

Rosario is Argentina's third largest city, is home to more than a million people, and has one international airport. Rosario - Islas Malvinas International Airport (ROS) hosts a handful of airlines that fly to regional destinations and a few cities in Chile, Peru, Uruguay, and Brazil. More than half a million commuters, visitors, and other travelers pass through this airport every year. The name of the airport, which translates to Rosario – Falkland Islands International Airport, is an affirmation of the nation’s claim to the Falkland Islands. Buenos Aries is just over 350km away, and the highway between the two cities is commonly used as an alternative to air travel for commuters.

Best time to book a flight to Rosario

If you’re coming from the countryside or another nearby city, keep in mind that many of the local and international routes to ROS operate on a seasonal basis. Here’s a quick list of both the year-round and occasional flights that you can take to this airport.

  • Seasonal. Aerolíneas Argentinas is responsible for about half of all the flights to and from this airport. International routes and flights to smaller cities are served on a seasonal basis, with regular routes to nearby cities like Buenos Aires and Mendoza.
  • Year Round. The regular flights to ROS are mostly international, coming from cities such as Lima, Panama City, and destinations in Chile and Brazil. This works out well if you’re on a long-haul flight from elsewhere on the globe or from within the North American continent, as you don’t necessarily have to connect in Buenos Aires to reach Rosario.

There are no direct flights from Canada to Rosario, but connecting flights leave from Montreal and Toronto via partnerships with Westjet, AeroMexico, American Airlines, and several others representing the LATAM Airlines group.

What to see and do in Rosario.

Rosario is considered to be the liberal arts center of Argentina, so if your traveling for the culture this is a good place to start. The city has several unique features that are renowned throughout the country and is the hometown of several notable people and important landmarks.

  • Rosario-Victoria Bridge. The geography in and around Rosario is comprised mostly of water, with several streams and rivers, giving it the nickname “Land of the Streams”. The Paraná River is deep enough to accommodate a port, which opens up the city to even more commercial traffic. This bridge connects Rosario with the city of Victoria
  • Urquiza Park Planetarium. One of the most important astronomical centers in the region, this impressive, innovative center includes an experimental science museum, an observatory, and the best artificial projection of the sky in the world.
  • Statue of Che Guevara. The revolutionary figure who is recognized throughout the world, Rosario is Che Guevara’s hometown. This statue was constructed using 75,000 bronze keys that were donated by people throughout the country and was erected in 2008 in honor of his 80th birthday.

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