Another place to not only take in local customs of exercising, games and concerts (like the National Stadium), between 4 - 6pm you can see huge flogs of White-fronted Parrots resting coming to sleep in the trees along the southside avenue.
March 15, 2020
Walking distance. - La Sabana Metropolitan Park is located in downtown San José, Costa Rica. It is the country's largest and most significant urban park. La Sabana is considered "the lungs of San José" by Costa Ricans. You can do all kinds of exercise outdoors. Soccer Olympic pool Basketball…
October 4, 2019
Great place to walk, run, or take the kids to play outdoors
May 10, 2019
Go and the take a jog in this Metropolitan Lung full of trees that purify the air in the city. You can also visit the Art Museum.
January 27, 2019
It’s a beautiful and huge park, very nice for running, skating, drive bike or just walking, also very near. There is also the National Stadium where its common to find some interesting activities often.
“This museum has one of the best jade collections in Costa Rica and Central America. It is magnificent! The whole building was designed to look like a piece of jade ¨in the raw¨, by a young Costa Rican architect Diego van der Laat.”
“Also known as Museo de los niños (Kids Museum). An interactive museum specially for the kids. Science and all its different themes brought to life. I still remember each and every time I went. Used to be a prison built in 1910 and closed in 1979. The National Auditorium and the National gallery are also in here. Plays and concerts for all ages”
“Designed by an Italian Architect, the theatre is a beautiful example of This Architects vision of Costa Rica. Very different than what you would expect. A gorgeous building with beautiful architecture with much Italian influence. Only accessible by tour. Check FB for times and to make reservations. English tours avail. If you are lucky enough, you may get to see a performance of some type. During the theatre season 30 minute performances are given during the lunch hour. Allows locals to enjoy and experience culture during their lunch hour. Usually 2000 colones admission fee. About $3.50 There is a lovely restaurant inside that has a great menu for lunch and/or coffee.”