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On the way from the city centre to the Parque Nacional, this park adjoins the Parque Morazan and is a walkway which offers some seats and shade. However, it is cloaked in graffiti and you are likely to be approached for cash.
Parque Espana is a nice little shaded park in the Barrio Carmen area. It is one of a few shaded parks in the City. The park is located a couple blocks from the pedestrian mall downtown. A nice spot to sit watching water and listen...More
A nice spot for a quick stroll in the park. There were several parks one right after the other in this area--you just have to cross the street to get to each one. Park in a guarded lot and walk around. Near Galeria Namu--stop there...More
Big trees offer pleasant respite from the city bustle, it has beautiful tropical view, but the main statue, a monument for Juan Vasquez de Coronado is sprayed over with red graffiti, the fountain in front is not working, lots of trash around and it did...More
The huge tropical trees defy the never ending traffic that surrounds this park and provide a lovely oasis. We walked through on the way to the Jade Museum and were impressed with how well maintained it was. Interesting tribute to their colonial history.
I walked through here and by here several times while in SJ. Once was late at night and I felt safe although you may feel different. Its a good landmark to getting where you're going to and probably a nice place to hang out in...More
The park itself is nice, quiet and tropical. The statue of Juan Vasquez de Coronado (Spanish founder of Costa Rica) has graffiti on it, the fountain he faces was not working and there was trash all around. Overall, not well maintained.