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Playa Florida - Beach Rosario - Argentina

Playa Florida and the surrounding areas are an important part of the Rosario experience. On sunny afternoons, bikini clad locals cover the riverside beach in flocks. Playa Florida has palm-thatched umbrellas to shade those bathers who have gotten a bit too much sun, and other amenities—for a small entry fee. To the south of this beach is Rambla La Catalunya, another stretch of sand with just as much sun and luscious water to dip into, but for free. At night the crowds in Florida area don't disappear, they head to the bars and discos for late night beach fun.

Location:
Avenida Eduardo Carrasco and Álvarez
Rosario, Argentina

Beach Types:
Beach, Bars, Sunbathing, Restaurants

Getting There
City busses (colectivos) 153 negra and 153 roja (from Calle Corrientes), and Línea dela Costa (from Belgrano, near the Estación Fluvial) go to Playa Florida. Don’t forget to pick up a tarjeta magnética for the fare (see Getting Around Rosario for details).

Travel Tips: Playa Florida has handicap-accessible bathrooms.

Price Description: The southern public sector, Rambla La Catalunya, is free; Playa Florida $1.70, three-day pass &3.40, children under eight years old free

Relative price: Budget

Open Hours from:Playa Florida: 9 a.m.

Open Hours to:Playa Florida: 8 p.m.

Travel Skills: beginner/easy.

You Need to Bring: Bring along a swim suit, towel and sun block (or tanning lotion, according to your tastes). The restaurants tend to be a bit pricey, so if you’re on a budget, bring along a picnic lunch and drink.

OTHER THINGS TO DO & SEE:

Visit the many museums and cultural centers. Enjoy other beaches and go fishing. Cruise the river, visiting its islands.

Currencies accepted
Argentine Peso










By Shawn O'Bryant
I am always on the road, always trying to observe and always facinated with my surroundings. I love adventure and luck, both good and...
19 Jun 2010







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