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    A National Hero’s Memory

    Our memorable Juan Santamaría This great hero was born in 1831, in Alajuela. He was the son of Manuela Santamaría. He is said to have been...
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    Meet the Great Natural Riches of Costa Rica

    Costa Rica is the best example that in a small piece of land you can hide great wonders, so it is not surprising that...

    5 Tips on How to Choose Custom Essay Writing Service

    It’s not a secret that essay writing is a process that requires much attention to detail, as well as concentration and a healthy dose...

    Intense Earthquake Shakes a Large Part of Costa Rica

    Today, at 7:44 am, an intense earthquake shook much of the national territory of Costa Rica. The tremor that, according to OVSICORI, had a 5.4,...

    Costa Rica, A Tropical Paradise Just Waiting For Your Visit

    The main comparative advantage of Costa Rica is its system of national parks and protected areas, which cover about 25% of the national territory,...

    Railway Track to Paraíso and San Rafael de Alajuela Will Be Ready This Year

    The Costa Rican Railway Institute (Incofer) is advancing in the work for the rehabilitation of the railway line to 3 new destinations: Oreamuno, Paraíso...

    Do You Like Camping? Then Costa Rica Is The Place For You!

    This Caribbean country, whose capital is San José, presents the best alternatives to the adventurous tourist. Just imagine being able to sleep in the...

    98 Thousand Families Connected to a Program that Seeks to Reduce the Digital Gap

    A total of 98,147 families throughout the country have successfully formalized the "Hogares Conectados" (Connected Homes) service assignment process. The objective of this program is...

    70 GBS Positions Will Be Available for Bilingual Professionals in Alajuela

    The Smith & Nephew company will hold an employment fair on November 9 and 10 at the Centro Coyol. 70 bilingual collaborators will be...

    Juan Santamaría Airport Will Open Boarding Rooms, VIP Rooms, and Pet Area in December...

    The start of the Christmas season will be marked by improvements at the Juan Santamaría International Airport in Alajuela. Aeris -administrator of the airport-...

    Our Great National Hero: Juan Santamaría

    This great national hero was born in 1831, in Alajuela, the son of Manuela Santamaría. He is said to have been an only child...

    Best Destinations to Stay in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica occupies a special place in the heart of tourists from all over the world, so much so that in recent years it...

    15 Places to Take Your Kids in Costa Rica

    Either for a vacation or just a weekend family trip, it is always good to know where we can go with our kids without...

    Attention! These are the Road Closures for the San José Marathon

    From 4 am on this Sunday and until noon, the national authorities will have a complete closure of roads in San José downtown. This...

    Costa Rica Recycles Only 6.6% of Its Daily Residues

    Every day, Costa Ricans generate 4,000 tons of ordinary waste. Of this amount, 1,000 tons are deposited in rivers, vacant lots, and public roads....
    Arenal Volcano and the Cloud Forest

    How Do We Face Alajuela’s Seismic Swarm?

    In the last few days near Tenorio Volcano, there has been a series of telluric movements putting the region's inhabitants in an alert status....

    The Best Places to Live in Costa Rica

    As many people will say, New year, new life,  this can be achieved by buying a new house, renting an apartment for the first...

    Congo Lagoon, Alajuela

    Hidden in Alajuela, in the middle of the forest, next to the famous Laguna de Hule is a beautiful deep green lagoon ever-dreamed. A...

    Volcanos Rincón de la Vieja and Turrialba Launch Gas and Ash in Costa Rica

      Rincón de la Vieja volcano (northwest) today sent gas to 700 meters above the crater while the Turrialba (east) erupted ash about 500 meters,...
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    Safest Counties of Costa Rica are in Guanacaste, Alajuela and Puntarenas

    Today’s most dangerous province of Costa Rica is San Jose, the capital city, according to the latest police reports. It is ranked as the...

    Hot Springs in Costa Rica

    Thermal waters are called the mineral waters that leave the soil with more than 5 ° C than the surface temperature. These waters come from...

    Traditional Festivals in Costa Rica

    Every country has its folk festivals over the year. So does Costa Rica. They are the oldest social roots of a culture. Some of...
    construction in Costa Rica

    16 % Growth in Construction During 2016

    During the first nine months of 2016, the College of Engineers and Architects (CFIA) registered a 16% increase over the same time period compared to...

    Two baby deer rescued in Alajuela

    The public police force of Alajuela rescued two baby deer that they found during their rounds in the district of San Isidro. The animals,...

    Marijuana Chocolates confiscated in Alajuela

    A man selling chocolates and bonbons made from marijuana was detained yesterday in Alajuela by the public police force. According to comments from the speaker of...

    Tuesday begins passenger train service from Alajuela to San Jose with three trips daily

    With three trips daily, one departing from Alajuela and two from the San Jose province, the Instituto Costarricense de Ferrocarriles (INCOFER) will start passenger...

    Festivities in San Ramon, Alajuela Continue Until Sept 7

    The city of San Ramon invites you become part of their family with traditional music, food, and dancing! Did you know that Festejos Patronales in...

    Water Rationing Continues in Many Areas of Costa Rica

    In 2014, many regions of Costa Rica experienced months of water rationing. This year has been worse. But what’s going on – don’t we...

    Mayor Petitions Costa Rica Government to Change Forestry Law in Light of Cypress Deforestation...

    The mayor of San Rafael de Heredia, Jorge Isaac Paniagua, has asked the Commission for Environmental Affairs of the Legislative Assembly to reform the...

    Costa Rica Tea Company Thrives; $2 Million Expansion Facility Opened Today

    Mondaisa, a Costa Rican tea company, has expanded its production plant and had its grand opening Thursday afternoon. The company was founded in 1985 and stated...

    Adiós Whopper: Burger King Closes Four Franchises in Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - BK Central has announced the closure of four Burger King franchises in Costa Rica, leaving 39 people without...

    Four Earthquakes Ranging from 3 to 4.6 on the Richter Scale Occurred in Various...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Today authorities in Costa Rica reported two earthquakes registering 4.6 and 3 on the Richter scale, which joined...

    Costa Rican Toucan Gets New Lease on Life Thanks to 3-D Printing

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - In January, a hurt toucan named Grecia who lost the upper half of his beak, got the compassion and...

    San Jose Man Reunited With His Beloved Dog Thanks to Social Media and Thousands...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - After a month and five day search, along with sticking thousands of posters around town, handing out thousands...

    Eighth Annual Atenas Chili Fiesta Brings Good Food, Good Music, and Good Times Together...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The annual Atenas Chili Fiesta to benefit Hogar De Vida children's home will take place on Sunday, February...

    2015 Costa Rica Real Estate Forecast: Where You Should Invest in the Land of...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Real estate analysts in Costa Rica are now agreeing on 2014 real estate reviews and gearing up for 2015...

    Dry Season is Here! The Last Week of 2014 Will Have High Temps for...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – You can expect warm days with temperatures up to 33 degrees Celsius in Guanacaste, Puntarenas and the Southern...

    Drive With Care; Costa Rica Traffic Police in Full Force Until January 4

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Police presence on major domestic routes will increase from Friday, December 26 until January 4, with an agenda...

    Keylor Navas and Jorge Luis Pinto Awarded Best Player and Coach of 2014 by...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Costa Rican goalkeeper Keylor Navas and Colombian coach Jorge Luis Pinto were named player and coach of the...

    Want to Quit Smoking? New Texting Program Has Already Helped 300 Costa Ricans Kick...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The Ministry of Health has implemented a new system to help people quit smoking through the use of...
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