Fabulous City walking tour of San Jose
San Jose, Costa Rica is a vibrant and exciting city that offers something for everyone. From its stunning architecture to its vibrant culture, San Jose is the perfect destination for a walking tour. Explore the city’s rich history and culture on a guided walking tour of San Jose. You’ll get to experience the city’s unique blend of Spanish colonial and modern architecture, as well as its vibrant street life. On your tour, you’ll visit some of San Jose’s most iconic landmarks, including the Museum of Costa Rican Art, Iglesia Nuestra Señora de la Merced, and San José Central Market. You’ll also get to explore some of the city’s hidden gems, such as the colorful craft market. Along the way, your guide will provide interesting facts about each location and share stories about San Jose’s past and present.
Other places like Plaza de la Cultura, National Theatre, and Plaza de la Democracia will make your trip perfect.
Book your tour today for an unforgettable experience!
- Professional local tour guide
- Admission fee of National Theatre of Costa Rica
Route & Duration
Museum of Costa Rican Art
This museum is housed in a former airport terminal and features a collection of modern and contemporary Costa Rican art, including paintings, sculptures, and photographs.
Iglesia Nuestra Señora de la Merced
This historic church was built in the 18th century and features beautiful architecture, including a Baroque facade and a bell tower with a clock.
San José Central Market
This bustling market is a great place to sample Costa Rican cuisine and buy local souvenirs, such as handicrafts and coffee.
Plaza de la Cultura
This public square is located in the heart of San José and features a beautiful fountain, sculptures, and several important buildings, including the National Theatre of Costa Rica.
National Theatre of Costa Rica
This historic theatre was built in the late 19th century and features stunning architecture, including a neoclassical facade and a beautiful interior with ornate details and frescoes.
Municipal Crafts Market
This market is a great place to find locally made handicrafts, including ceramics, textiles, and jewelry.
Plaza de la Democracia y de la Abolición del Ejército
This public square is located near several important government buildings and features a monument to democracy, as well as beautiful landscaping and fountains.
By the main entrance of Museum of Costa Rican Art, San Jose, 110 S Market St, San Jose, CA 95113 See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.