This is a tourist information center that is located on the 11th floor of a building downtown. The helpful and bilingual ... More
Instituto Costarricense de Turismo (ICT)
This is a tourist information center that is located on the 11th floor of a building downtown. The helpful and bilingual staff will answer your questions regarding where to stay, what the local attractions are, and how to travel around the city. They can also provide free city and country maps. If you are arriving at the airport, you will also find a branch of this office located behind the customs area. The airport branch is open 9a-5p M-F and can be contacted directly at +1 506 442 1820.
This temple is an imitation of the temple of love and music in Versailles. The painter Francisco Salazar, who became
an architect, tore down a wooden kiosk and put this temple in its place. Inaugurated December 24, 1920, the ...
This museum (called "el MAC") is committed to preserving the national arts heritage of Costa Rica. It holds two separate
collections, one of Costa Rican art and another for foreign art works. The national collection includes approximately 2,575 pieces, ...
On the road between San Antonio and Cala d'Hort, a signpost marks the Ses Païsses archaeological site. The site contains
the remains of a building that was inhabited between the 5th Century BC and the 8th Century AD (about ...