Hostel 1110, HOSTEL in San Jose Costa Rica.
Hostel 1110.

Ave. 14 St. 11 #1110, San Jose, Costa Rica

Located near: Nearby Banks: •Banco de Costa Rica; from “Parque los Mercaditos” 200 meters North, 100 meters East. •Banco Nacional: from the hostel 200 meters North, 500 mts. East, from AyA 800 mts East. •Banco Popular: from the stop light at Plaza Cleto Gonzalez Viquez, 75 meters East. •ATM located at the Texaco gas station 500 meters from the hostel. Bus Terminals: •Cartago: from the hostel 200 meters north, 100 meters west on Avenue 10. •Turrialba; from the hostel 300 meters North, 100 meters to the east. (This bus will take you to Turrialba Volcano, downtown Turrialba and surroundings). •La Sabana: route from downtown towards La Sabana/Escazu, from Los Mercaditos park 100meters to the west right across the gas station. •Zapote / Curridabat / Multiplaza del Este: from the hostel 100 meters to the south, 100 meters to the East, 100 meters southward in front of Piscinas Silvia Poll (Silvia Poll Pools). Train Routes: •Plaza Cleto Gonzalez Viquez, from the MOPT building 500 meters to the west. The train departs twice a week to the Pacific . •Plaza Cleto Gonzalez Viquez Urban Train Terminal, from San Jose to San Pedro. Downtown Attractions: The following attractions are a 10-15 minute walk from the hostel, and offer a taste to Costa Rican culture and city life. Museo Nacional de Costa Rica: (The National Museum of Costa Rica) -Location: Between Central and Second Avenue, on 17th street, near Cuesta de Moras, adjacent to the Plaza de la Democracia. -Schedule: Open Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm. -Rates: Costa Rican Citizens ¢500 (Wednesdays are free) Foreigners $4, for foreign students with ID $2 Museo de Jade: (Jade Museum) -Location: located on the ground floor of the Institute of Natural Insurance (Instituto Nacional de Seguros –INS) near the Parque Espana. -Schedule:Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 3:30 pm Saturday from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm -Rates: Costa Rican Citizens ¢500 Foreigners $2 Museo de Arte y Diseno Contemporáneo: (Museum of Contemporary Art and Design): -Location: Old Fanal Building, adjacent to Barrio Amón, near downtown San José . -Schedule: Exhibition Rooms: Monday through Saturday from 10:30 am to 5:30. Monday’s entrance is free Video Library and Documentation Center: Monday through Friday 9am to 12pm, and 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. -Rates: Costa Rican Citizens ¢500 Foreigners $2 Students with ID ¢300 Museo de Arte Costarricense: (Museum of Costa Rican Art) -Location: Eastern front of La Sabana Metropolitan Park -Schedule: Tuesday to Sunday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm -Rates: Foreigners -$5, foreigners with student ID $3 Costa Rican Citizens 500 colones, for students free Museo del Banco Central de Costa Rica: (Museum of the Central Bank of Costa Rica) -Right on downtown San José , this museum feature two permanent exhibits and one temporary gallery exhibit showroom: -Location: Between 3rd St. and 5th Avenue, on Central Avenue and Second. (Calle 3 y 5 Avenida Central y Segunda, Bajos Plaza de la Cultura.) -Schedule: Monday through Sunday from 9:30 am to 5:00pm. -Rates: Foreigners $7, foreigners with student ID $3.50 Citizens 1000 colones ($2) Costa Rican students with ID: Free Museo de los Niños: (Museum for the Children) -Location: 4th street, 9th Avenue, Old Central Penitentiary -Schedule: Monday through Friday from 8:00 to 4:30 pm -Rates: week-days 700 colones, 800 colones on weekends •The museums previously mentioned hold the most historical significance, carry extensive displays and are the most active within the art realm, both at local and foreign levels. However, there are other museums worth mentioning and open to the public: -La Salle Museum of Natural Science (Museo de Ciencia Naturales La Salle) -The Entomology Museum at the University of Costa Rica (El Museo de Entomología) -The Criminology Museum (El Museo Crimonólogo) -The Museum of Insects at the University of Costa Rica (El Museo de Insectos de la Universidad de Costa Rica) -Museum of Forms, Space and Sounds (Museo de Formas, Espacios y Sonidos) •Costa Rica has a large theatre production scene, with different performances running throughout the year. Productions vary constantly, depending on their success. There are two main theatres Teatro Nacional and Teatro Melico Salazar, where foreign performances and national ballet, dancing and theatre festivals are held. For events and show check local listings in La Nacion (the main local newspaper). Here is a list of the most popular: The National Theatre: (Teatro Nacional) http://www.teatronacional.go.cr/ Melico Salazar Theatre (Teatro Melico Salazar) http://www.teatromelico.go.cr/teatro_popular_cr.html

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