The Famous “Paseo de Navidad” in San José was enjoyed by the Public on December 25th and 26th

    Don’t miss out on this beautiful holiday amusement

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    The organizers of the famous “Paseo de Navidad” in San José met their goal, that is for more families to enjoy this spectacular light show. It is a 2.5-kilometer route inside and outside the National Stadium on the 25th and 26th of the present month.

    Lovers of light shows and, in general, of Christmas were be able to go between 5:20 p.m. and 9:40 p.m. The entrance to Paseo de Navidad per vehicle required a colaboration of ₡ 14,660.

    These are the items that make up the cost:

    ₡ 10,000 of operating costs.
    13% VAT
    6% for the National Theater
    5% for the Municipality of San José
    Plus the service charges for the ticket.

    For the whole family

    We are talking about the little step, the Christmas tree, the nutcrackers, the sleigh and many reindeer along the route for the whole family”, explained Virgilio Azofeifa, from the RSTV company, one of the organizers.

    The tour took place inside the vehicle of each family to avoid crowds. The organization added that, in addition to cars, minibuses were allowed, which can carry a maximum of 10 people.

    For more information, you can enter “Paseo de Navidad” Facebook site.

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