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Coldplay teases Costa Rica concert

Do you see a Sky Full of Stars? When you woke up today, was everything Yellow? Is your motto to Viva La (Pura) Vida?

Who Was Costa Rica’s National Hero Juan Santamaria?

Juan Santamaria is a household name in Costa Rica. He is considered a national hero and his legacy still stands strong well over a...

The Life of Costa Rica Painter Francisco “Paco” Amighetti

On June 1, 1907, one of Costa Rica's most famous and influential artists was born within San Jose, the talented Francisco Amighetti Ruiz. Born...

In-person concerts returning to Costa Rica

A concert at Parque Viva was among the last mass events in Costa Rica before the pandemic

Costa Rica’s national symbols

With Costa Rica's bicentennial just around the corner, it's a great time to learn the country's national symbols. The national symbols of Costa Rica represent...

Costa Rica archaeologists in awe as Brooklyn Museum returns 1,305 artifacts

An unfinished tombstone, a large ceramic vase painted with beeswax, human representations and ancient tools to process corn are artifacts of a collection of...

National Museum exhibit celebrates Costa Rica’s path to 200 years

The National Museum, located in San José, is open Tuesday to Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Costa Rica Food Culture: Canard à l’Orange or Gallo Pinto?

I’ve been cooking gourmet meals for the whole household, but, you know, I think they would just as soon eat gallo pinto. I’m not...

Costa Rica seeks to attract film and television productions with incentives

The country intends to compete with others such as Colombia, Panama, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic

Costa Rica invites filmmakers from Central America and the Caribbean to international festival

The film festival is one of the main meetings of Central American and Caribbean independent cinema.

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