New San Jose Bus Tour has Stops for All of the City’s Prime Cultural Destinations

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The most important historical and cultural sites of San José can now be accessed through a small bus tour that is available every day and is priced at $25, just under 14,000 colones.

    In total, the City Square Tour lasts an hour-and-a-half, you can visit about 50 sites including churches, museums, parks, buildings, and theaters.

    The mode of operation is known as Hop on-Hop off and each passenger can stop at one of the nine stops, if desired, and again take another bus every 45 minutes (approximately).

    The route begins at the National Theater, Plaza de la Cultura; continues through Central Park, Chinatown, Democracy Plaza; then heads to the Calderón Guardia Museum, the National Library, the National Cultural Centre, the Morazán Park and its surroundings; through the Barrio Amon, after the Children’s Museum, Central Market, Correos de Costa Rica and finally arrives at Parque La Sabana, where the National Stadium and Museum of Costa Rican Art are located.

    For foreign tourists, the tour offers a bilingual guide.

    The tour schedule is from 8:45 am until 4 pm.

    The payment can be on the bus with cash or card; You can also arrange tours at hotels and through travel agents by calling the telephone number 4030-4125 or through the website

    City Square Tours is supported by the Municipality of San José, the National Chamber of Tourism (Canatur) and the Costa Rican Association of Tour Operators (Acot). (Crhoy)

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)

    San Jose, Costa Rica

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