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Coisas para fazer em San José

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History Museum
“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.”
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Parque
“Another place to not only take in local customs of exercising, games and concerts (like the National Stadium), between 4 - 6pm you can see huge flogs of White-fronted Parrots resting coming to sleep in the trees along the southside avenue. ”
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Sapataria
“The biggest Mall in San José. Beautiful place although its access is a little difficult by bus.”
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Museum
“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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Point of Interest
“Step inside the crown jewel of San Jose's performing arts world with an admission ticket to the Teatro Nacional de Costa Rica Learn about the history of the lavish neoclassical building and its most celebrated performances on a 35-minute guided tour, including access to the ornate foyers, lobbies, and main auditorium. It’s a must-see for any performing arts aficionado while visiting the Costa Rican capital. Opens from 9am to 4pm, Monday to Sunday Guided tours (in English and Spanish) are available every hour. Entry/Admission: $10 ”
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Post Office
“Designed by an Italian Architect, the theatre is a beautiful example of This Architects vision of Costa Rica. Very different than what you would expect. A gorgeous building with beautiful architecture with much Italian influence. Only accessible by tour. Check FB for times and to make reservations. English tours avail. If you are lucky enough, you may get to see a performance of some type. During the theatre season 30 minute performances are given during the lunch hour. Allows locals to enjoy and experience culture during their lunch hour. Usually 2000 colone admission fee. About $3.50 There is a lovely restaurant inside that has a great menu for lunch and/or coffee. ”
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Mercado
“This is where to go for dining. Entire neighborhood comes alive at night with over 50 restaurants, bars, cafes and shops, including both casual and fine dining locales. This is one of the top places to enjoy a night out in Costa Rica.”
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Museum
“The Art Museum is located inside of La Sabana Park at San Jose’s old airport facilities. Students and those under age 18 get free admission. On Sundays, you can plan a budget friendly visit when adult admission is free as well. Tue to Sun from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. - Closed on Monday ”
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Supermercado
“supermarket right across the street from the complex, if you need groceries you will find anything here”
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Shopping
“Great restaurants, bars, shopping, movie theatres, great people watching. The Rodeo Drive of Costa Rica.”
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Establishment
“Maintains a full schedule of concerts, recitals, and plays. Named to honor famous Costa Rican tenor Manuel "Melico" Salazar.”
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Praça
“This place is located in San José downtown, you will be able to walk along the Avenida Central which is only for pedestrians. There are restaurants, shops, museums, and even sculptures to enjoy. ”
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Shopping
“Here you can find a Supermarket, a drugstore, a food court and many other shopping options.”
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Shopping
“Oldest Mall in Costa Rica. It's between San José town and San Pedro, so lots of other things to go around when you finis visiting the Mall.”
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“Costa Rica's traditional and historic central market. You will see the essence of Costa Rican people, great for shopping for fresh and cheap groceries and a few great spots for food also. ”
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Museum
“It is an underground museum in the heart of downtown. You will see history through metallurgy since it displays a Pre-Columbian gold collection. ”
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