Featured places in culture
National Theatre of Costa Rica
Inaugurated in 1897, the National Theater is one of the most representative places in the capital.
Costa Rican Art Museum
The Museum of Costa Rican Art temporarily exhibits works in plastic arts by various local artists.
A public area with more than 100 years of existence, Parque España is a tropical space in the middle of the concrete jungle.
A huge collection of Jade pieces and other artifacts of historical, archaeological and cultural significance.
Featured places in gastronomy
La Esquinita de JM
Authentic traditional wood-fired food in one of the most historic neighborhoods of San José.
Underground Brew Café
The experience in this cafeteria creates an atmosphere of privacy in combination with excellent pastries and high-quality coffee..
October Six Café
Coffee, brunch, pastries or all at once. The indoor and outdoor atmosphere of the October Six Café inspires you to have a good time and a culinary experience in Barrio Amón.
To enjoy at a table, or in front of the big screen of the Magaly Cinema, at Kubrick Gastro Bar there is food for all tastes.
Walking tours in San José
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