Costa Rican Markets

Drift around real indigenous markets in Costa Rica and enjoy the lively and cheerful atmosphere of this country

Costa Rican Markets
Costa Rican Markets
© Mercado Borbon

Costa Rica has become a model for tourists and South American visitors because of its energetic efforts for developing and settling the Latin and Costa Rican cultures.

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Wandering through its streets is a good way to see that, but the best way is for sure going to its markets, where you can enjoy and get in touch with the natives and the typical traditions of the country.

The market is one of the most important places if your intention is to go deep into the traditional side of Costa Rica. One of the best examples to this is in San José, a city that has become a benchmark of the Costa Rican culture. There, you will find charming markets with lots of typical products of the region, being The Central Market and Mercado Borbón Market the most remarkable ones.

You can also find small markets where you can buy fresh fruits and vegetables. These small markets are only available once a week at the most representative squares of the city, such as Orotina City and its famous Festival de Frutas in the Central Pacific Region, where you can buy the best fruits of the country and, probably, the tastiest you have ever tried because of its traditional production system.

Do not forget to visit the markets during your stay in Costa Rica. And take some time to know its people: if you do so, you will probably come back home with many more things in your personal bag than when you left.

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