Alajuela Invests in Infrastructure and Culture Centers for the Upcoming Women’s World Cup

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The mayor of Alajuela, Robert Thompson, told the press that in preparation of the World Women’s Under-17  Cup, they have planned cultural activities, updated public spaces for visitors and enabled cafes with tourist information centers.

    Alejandro Morera Soto Stadium will be one of the venues that will host international delegations for the World Cup matches.

    Thompson explained that they made an investment of 50 million colones in a project that aims to create cultural activities during the event for tourists to enjoy the art and culture of Costa Rica.

    As for the recovery of public spaces, the council earmarked 250 million colones for the construction and repair of sidewalks, and access ramps to comply with the 7600 Act in the center of the town.

    The municipality also aims to enable two cafes-budgeted for 100 million colones, which will have information centers for tourists. With these investments, the municipality aims to encourage visitation, given the proximity to the Juan Santamaria Airport.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose Costa Rica
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