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Experience San Jose's historical and cultural offerings on a walking tour of Costa Rica's vibrant capital city. Begin at Parque Central to take in the city's main attractions. Explore its Pre-Columbian Gold Museum, Costa Rica Art Museum and National Theater in the company of a local guide. Marvel at the Beaux-Arts-style Melico Salazar Theatre and stop by Churrería Manolo’s to sample its iconic cream-filled churros.

This comprehensive city walk includes all entrance fees, along with a delicious lunch.


  • Embark on a San Jose walking tour, including museums
  • Enjoy a comprehensive sightseeing tour of this Costa Rica capital
  • Visit the Neo-classical-style National Theater, known for its exquisite architecture
  • Explore both the Gold Museum and the National Museum
  • A knowledgable, expert guide accompanies
  • Great city overview for first-time visitors

What You Can Expect

Discover Costa Rica's Capital City and Museums

National Theater

Customer Reviews

Julianna W

5 star rating: Highly Recommended May 2016

This was our guide's first tour -- and he was a last minute replacement. Despite these challenging circumstances, his enthusiasm and knowledge gave us a taste of the real San Jose in a few short hours.

Marcia C United States of ... 

5 star rating: Highly Recommended February 2016

Our tour guide, Carlos was very good. He was very informative and really knew the history.


4 star rating: Recommended December 2015

A nice tour of San Jose. It was nice to have a small group tour of the city and the museums. We had plenty of time to see all of the museums. I was a little concerned initially that we might be rushed through huge museums Fortunately, the museums are not huge and could easily be seen in an afternoon. The guide provided local insight and was able to answer questions. Her English was excellent. We also got a nice lunch that was what a Tico might eat at an off the beaten path coffee house. All in all, a nice tour and a nice half day.

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