Templo de Música
Since the 1920s, this large metallic dome perched atop columns in Parque Morazán has sheltered concerts, dance parties and political...
Booking office for Rainforest Adventures.
One of downtown San José's most striking buildings, this century-old, two-story metal edifice on Parque España's western edge was...
Facing Parque Morazán, this exposed-brick, Spanish tile–clad space dates back to 1904. Throughout its long life it has hosted all manner...
Restaurante La Criollita
This homey local spot, popular with office types, dishes out a changing menu of simple Costa Rican specialties, such as stewed chicken...
Avs 3 & 5 btwn Calles 5 & 9 · interesting places nearby
Parque Morazán information
To the southwest of the Parque España is Parque Morazán, named for Francisco Morazán, the 19th-century general who attempted to unite the Central American nations under a single flag. Once a notorious center of prostitution, the park is now beautifully illuminated in the evenings. At its center is the Templo de Música , a concrete bandstand that serves as an unofficial symbol of San José.