Culture and History of Costa Rica
Yes, this San Jose Costa Rica free walking tour is currently operating. The tour comes with a communicative, local, certified, English-speaking guide.
My name is Jason Ugalde. Walk with me and you won’t miss a beat as we explore the capital city of Costa Rica to decipher what it takes to be a Tico in all our glory.
San Jose is teeming with history and culture hidden in plain sight. It’s a beautiful city that tells its story through a display of eclectic architecture and public spaces.
This free walking tour of San Jose Costa Rica will have you weaving through busy tight corridors of authenticity in the downtown Central Market (closed on Sundays).
The luxuries of the National Theater are also to be admired. A cherished remnant of XIX Costa Rican liberalism and currently a must-see landmark in San Jose.
We will find cover in the sanctuary of its Cathedrals, as a result, we will relax our souls, buffered away from the loud streets and avenues outside.
Animated pedestrian spaces are used to connect each city landmark in an effort to soak the bustling city with historical context.
In conclusion, and if the timing is right a twilight, urban, parakeet-bird show downtown to welcome the night.
Who Pays for a San Jose Costa Rica Free Walking Tour?
This is a free walking tour of San Jose, in other words, you decide how much to tip the guide.
If you are looking for half-day tours in San Jose Costa Rica, this walk is enjoyed in 3 to 4 hours, which goes by quickly.
You can take this San Jose City tour in the morning (9 am), or similarly in the afternoon (2 pm).
Afternoons temperatures drop as a result of the sun setting at around 6 pm, therefore, bring a sweater.