San José Night Out City Tour with Dinner

This tour immerses you in the rich Costa Rican culture and history by experiencing the beautiful city and historical sites of San José at night. It begins with an orientation and drive through the beautiful Sabana Park, The National Stadium, residential areas, Paseo Colon and Second Avenue, the historical National Theater completed in 1897, a masterpiece in art and architecture.

DURATION: 5 hours aprox.
RETURN: 11:00 PM.
INCLUDE: – Private Round trip transportation from your hotel
– Bilingual guide (English/Spanish)
– Dinner
– Drinks (4 Beers or 2 Glasses of Wine Or Sangria.

Private One Day Tours Costa Rica had been designed considering the best standards of quality, service, locations and price in order to provide an unforgettable experience.

Afterwards, you will continue heading to the University of Costa Rica, the Supreme Court and various sites of interest such as the National Park and National Monument, the National Center for the Culture, The Electoral Tribunal, National Library, The Morazan Park, The Metal School and the Historical Barrio Otoya with its beautiful Victorian and Art Deco houses.

Them, touring around Barrio Escalante, the new Dine Out Mecca of San Jose, with multiples small restaurants, Bistros & Bars. Here we can stop for a drink and walk around the different squares for enjoy the local vibes. Continuing our journey, a short driving to the west-side of the city will take you to Escazu, the new developing area where many commercial centers, residential zones and Bars and Restaurants are very popular for the Millennials. In Plaza Tempo, you will enjoy El Mestizo. It is a proposal that surprises visitors with an unbridled and experimental gastronomic art. We talk about 13 different restaurants with rebellious cuisine that offers authentic experiences.

For Dinner, our guide will make 2 recommendations: Café Mundo. A lovely place settled in an old Victorian Mansion. This popular place mixes creative cuisine with an ambience of casual elegance. Wood tables and Art Deco wrought-iron chairs are spread spaciously around several rooms in this former colonial mansion. Or at El Mestizo, with it casual elegance ambiance.

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