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Museum in Orosi

Museo de San José Orosi

Adjacent to Orosi's church, this small museum displays interesting examples of Spanish-colonial religious art and artifacts, some of which date back to the 17th century.
Costa Rican in Orosi

Restaurante Coto

Established in 1952, this family-run eatery on the north side of the soccer field dishes out good típico food, particularly the whole fried fish, in a wood-beamed dining room with open-air seating. It's a great plac…
Bakery in Orosi

Panadería Suiza

Starting at the crack of dawn, ebullient expat Franzisca serves healthy breakfasts and snacks at her main-street bakery, 100m south of Banco Nacional, including sweet and savory pastries, wholegrain breads and lunch…
Juice Bar in Orosi

Batidos La Uchuva

At this simple stall 100m south of Banco Nacional, owner André whips up flavorful batidos (fruit shakes) made with milk, water or yogurt. Choose from his long list of creative combinations, or invent your own.
Church in Orosi

Iglesia de San José Orosi

Orosi is one of the few colonial-era towns to survive Costa Rica’s frequent earthquakes, which have thankfully spared the photogenic village church. Built in 1743, it is the oldest religious site still in use in Cos…