52 paikallista suosittelee ·
The gastronomic zone in San José. An amazing variety of pubs, cafes, and restaurants with different styles and concepts. Beautiful neighborhood, although it's a more pricey area.
Walk day and night the blocks just north of the building between Calles 25 and 35, Avenidas 1 and 13. This is the epicenter of San José's gastronomic revolution.
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“This museum houses the world’s largest collection of American jade (pronounced ‘ha-day’ in Spanish), with an ample exhibition space of five floors offering seven exhibits. There are nearly 7000 finely crafted, well-conserved pieces, from translucent jade carvings depicting fertility goddesses, shamans, frogs and snakes to incredible ceramics (some reflecting Maya influences), including a highly unusual ceramic head displaying a row of serrated teeth. The new museum cafe, Grano Verde, serves sandwiches, salads and smoothies.”
- 52 paikallista suosittelee
“This is the authentic San José eating and shopping experience. It's a loud and crowded maze of shops that hasn't changed much since it was established in 1880. The market contains a complex of narrow alleys with over 200 shops, stalls, and cheap restaurants called sodas. A huge range of meats, fish, fruits, vegetables, coffees, and other products are for sale including snakeskin boots and cowboy saddles, herbal remedies, flowers, cooked meals, souvenirs, and local handcrafts. Tens of thousands of people visit the market daily. TIP: Look for the Soda Tala, find a place to sit. Order gallos, or olla de carne, have a coffee or a fresco. ”
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“This 19th-century building contains a well-organized exhibit on Costa Rica's history and culture. It’s right by Museo del Jade. Opens: Tue to Sat 8:30 AM / 4:30 AM Sun 9:00 AM to 4:30 AM Mondays closed ”
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“This Street is for younger people. It is safe because there are many police officers Thu-Sat, you need to be aware of your belongings anyway, but do not be afraid. El Mercadito is the trendiest place these days.”
- 16 paikallista suosittelee
“There you can find a small exhibition of what was the Costarricane native pieces of art, made with gold or pottery, made before colonization. ”
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