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It seems that the traveler who decides to visit Costa Rica should not leave asphalt, having a vast natural environment within reach, full of impressive forests and idyllic beaches. But the capital is well worth a stop at the Barceló Hotels & Resorts in San José de Costa Rica that provide the essential context to get to know the country. Its colonial past, as well as the coffee plantations that still surround the city, its museums and its lively social and cultural life are also part of the Costa Rican motto of Pura Vida that has become internationally known.

San José's colonial heritage

The jewel of the colonial architecture from San José is the National Theatre. Built by coffee-making companies in 1879, it was the first in the region to have a electricity network and has a varied cultural offer. Not forgetting the post office and the avenues - Central - more commercial - and Second - parallel to the former and where the Cathedral is located, San José church and Central Square. The strategic location of Barceló Hotels & Resorts in San José, Costa Rica allow visitors to discover the best areas from a state-of-the-art hotel.

The hospitality and joy of the Ticos

The character of the Ticos (as Costa Ricans are known) can be felt in the streets of San José and from Barceló Hotels & Resorts in San José, Costa Rica. A visit to the Mercado Central, which is still located in the same place in 1880, allows you to swim with local vineyards and soak up the joy of this corner of the world, as much as sitting at any bar and enjoying an authentic Costa Rican coffee. A tour of Costa Rica in a single cup.

If you want to discover the most idyllic beaches in Costa Rica, don't forget to visit the rest Hotels in Costa Rica of the Barceló Hotel Group.