Delicious Costa Rican food and drink. Oh, we need to say more? Alright, well, there’s also a ton of culture and history, a tasty local dinner, and the chance to experience San Jose’s nightlife with a local. Best. Night. Ever.
Local English speaking guide, artisanal Craft Beer local production (or non-alcoholic drink), special Dinner (1 appetizer, 1 main course, 2 drinks (alcoholic or non-alcoholic)
Transportation to and from the meeting point and endpoint is not included. Also not included are additional food and drink beyond what is specified above, tips/gratuities for your guide
Morazan Park at the The Temple of Music
For shared tours, the maximum group number will be 12 passengers. For private tours, there must be a minimum of 2 passengers. A solo traveller may still book a private experience, but they will be charged a base rate for two travellers.
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Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity.
Explore San Jose by night, complete with cultural icons, and a tasty dinner with beverage pairings – that’s your evening sorted! Get up close and personal with the nightlife in San Jose, starting with Morazán Park where we will learn post-colonial Costa Rican history. From there, our appreciation for San Jose’s historical architecture continues, with a walk by the Metallic Building, then on to Spain Park for a fantastic view of the Yellow House (now the Ministry of Foreign Affairs). On the way we will stop at one of the main architectural jewels of the Costa Rican capital, Steinvorth Building for a artisanal craft beer or black drink - kombucha. After we had chance to enjoy a drink, we will continue our walk-through San José´s tangible history through its buildings and streets, uncovering traces from the past converging with the present” or something like that, as we will continue exploring historic landmarks and points of interest before heading to Barrio Escalante. Escalante is a “newish” neighboorhood, it has a foot in history of coffee production, but its architecture its from 60s-70s, making it not the oldest but a place built during Costa Rica´s spring from 1950 to 1980. The "barrio" as locals call it, was first a coffee farm but by the 1950's became the favourite neighbourhood for the economic and political elites of the time. Nowadays, Barrio Escalante has reinvented itself and is now home to many up and coming restaurants and at night is a favourite meeting spot for locals and visitors alike. The evening will end with a contemporary traditional meal at a hip local restaurant that is very popular with locals and offers a sampler of traditional Costa Rican pub fare. Between your tasty three-course meal, and wine or beer that go down a treat, you’ll be ending the evening feeling every bit the San Jose local. Your local guide will be happy to provide suggestions on where to head next, but if not, they can assist you with getting a taxi back to your accommodation.