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The OMNi invasion: How a fleet of bicycles aims to modernize Costa Rica’s public transportation infrastructure

OMNi’s purpose is about more than enhancing Costa Rica’s public-transportation infrastructure with electric, pedal-assisted bicycles.

The Tico Times Weekly Digest: December 24, 2019

Welcome to The Tico Times Weekly Digest (December 24), where we bring you up-to-speed on Costa Rica news.

The Tico Times Weekly Digest: December 16, 2019

Welcome to The Tico Times Weekly Digest (December 16), where we bring you up-to-speed on Costa Rica news.

PHOTOS: The 2019 Festival de la Luz in San José

Thousands of Ticos gathered to watch lively performers, synchronized marching bands and decorative floats parade down the city's main avenue.

TBT: Costa Rica’s National Stadium

The 35,000-seat stadium replaced its predecessor of the same name and location.

Pic of the Day: Sunset over Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio National Park is among the most popular destinations in Costa Rica, and for good reason. 

Slothy Sunday: Sloth Ironman Games raise money, awareness for sloth conservation

Grumpy took home this year’s trophy after scoring 1,013.25 points.

World Tourism Day in San José: Visiting some of the city’s best attractions

The Greater Metropolitan Area (GAM), which contains the capital of San José, is the most densely populated area in Costa Rica. We've covered fun things...

Scotland-based multinational brewery and pub chain BrewDog comes to Costa Rica

BrewDog's expansion throughout Central America begins in Costa Rica "as a door for the rest of the region."

Alvarado promotes Costa Rica’s commitment to combating climate change during U.N. General Assembly

President Alvarado was present in a panel with the heads of state or governments of Germany, France, Chile, Italy and Finland.

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