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The most visited Costa Rican websites

Conozca su Cantón and its investigation unit set themselves to the task of assessing how well ranked are Costa Rican websites around the world,...

Top 15 restaurants that offer executive lunch menu

We all deserve enjoying our meals, but sometimes due to the routine and work we neglect our lunch, so we end up choosing fast food...

Top 7 restaurants of San José

Written by: Maricela Campos When it comes to eating delicious and varied food the lung of the capital is always a good choice. San José...

Cartago invested ₡240 millions to renovate their sports facilities

With information from: Camerino CR The Cantonal Committee of Sports and Recreation of Cartago started the construction work of the Polideportivo of Cartago new facilities this...

Myths and truths about tarantulas

Costa Ricans have learned to live with some unique phenomena, but it caught the attention of foreigners, we have earthquakes almost daily and they...


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Costa Rica’s Cerro Chato: the volcano that has been sleeping for 3,500 years

video Facing the imposing Arenal Volcano, located in La Fortuna, San Carlos, stands fiercely another wonder of nature: the Cerro Chato. It embodies a mystery as...

YouTube’s 10 most popular videos of 2015

A mini hip hop dancer, a police officer with lots of rhythm, a candidate to the best dad of the planet, a man inside...

How much will the “tamales” cost you?

When buying the ingredients for your “tamales” this year-end you could pay up to 188% more for the same product, depending on the brand...

Google’s Top 10 trends of 2015

Among the recounting of events, rankings and lists each year end, Google’s most popular search has a privileged place. This is the report prepared...

How did a politician became an acclaimed hero?

Nayib Bukele, with a determination that seems practically utopian and in the midst of a despair ocean that surrounds traditional politics, has become a...


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