Iglesia de la Inmaculada Concepción
Casa de la Cultura
The Casa de la Cultura occupies a low-lying Spanish structure that dates back to the 18th century. The building at one point served as...
This 1867 guard tower is the last remaining turret of a Spanish fortress and the official symbol of Heredia. It's a national historic...
Schools in Alajuela and Heredia teach everything from medical to business Spanish.
After a few rounds of beers, the party really kicks off at the Miraflores Discotheque , on the southern edge of the Parque Central,...
One of the only, if not the only, eateries open on Sunday, Espigas is the go-to cafe for delicious set breakfasts. Order sit-down meals...
east side of Parque Central · interesting places nearby
Iglesia de la Inmaculada Concepción information
Built in 1797, this church facing a wide, pleasant Parque Central is still in use. The church's thick-walled, squat construction is attractive in a Volkswagen Beetle sort of way. The solid shape has withstood the earthquakes that have damaged or destroyed almost all the other buildings in Costa Rica that date from this time.