We’ve moved!

July 18, 2013

After more than 27 years in its location behind the court complex in downtown San José, The Tico Times has moved to a refurbished four-story office building in one of the capital’s best neighborhoods, Barrio Amón.

As of Monday morning, we will no longer be attending clients at our former address. Our new address is 11th Avenue, between 5th and 7th streets, near the entrance to Simón Bolívar Zoo. From the kiosk in San José’s Parque Morazán, head 300 meters north and 25 meters west. We’re on the south side of the avenue, diagonal from Kalú restaurant. Our phone number remains the same, 2258-1558, and check us out online at ticotimes.net, on Facebook at TicoTimes and on Twitter, @TheTicoTimes.

The move is the next step by our growing company to refocus our efforts online and bring you the best news possible from Costa Rica and beyond. Our sales staff is here to answer your questions and provide you with top-notch customer service. For any inquiries, don’t hesitate to contact us, and we look forward to seeing you in our new digs!

Tico Times old office

For 27 years, this house next to San José’s Clínica Santa Rita was the paper’s home.


Alberto Font


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