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It’s a nice tropical garden with beautiful flowers and trees and then we come to the ruins of that church. It is not huge, but it looks very nice between the plants – by the way here we also saw some young still red banana...More
I went there with my boyfriend in January 2019. We had a wonderful time, very nice and clean area. Many families there picnicking having a great ole time. The structure is very beautiful. I have the impression that we didn’t walk far enough and there...More
This is a little park where families gather and kids can run around and play. We also got to see a bit of history as well. It’s wonderful to see how this ruin has become repurposed into a lovely family-friendly spot in the valley -...More
The Orosi Valley was the first place where Spaniards settled in a real city. In this extremely beautiful valley you may visit these ruins as well as the very well preserved first church in Costa Rica. It is a day trip that if you do...More
Costa Rica doesn’t have a rich architectural history. We saw some in San Jose but in the area of Cartago, there’s not much except for the Basilica of Our Lady of the Angels, Cartago.
So this ruin is a nice change of scenery and the...More
My second visit in a few years, and was pleased to see how beautifully maintained the entire park continues!
Nice clean and spaciously placed picnic tables among lovely old trees on manicured grounds. Relax and enjoy.
The entire staff takes obvious pride in their work,...More
The site comprises a ruined church built around 1693 which was abandoned after flooding in 1833. It is surrounded by lovely gardens and trees which are very well cared for. There are some brief explanations of its history in Spanish and English.
Quite a lot...More
A Little nice park .-
The ruins of its colonial church are located 1 kilometer from the northwest shore of Lake Cachi. This ancient construction of "calicanto" (masonry of lime and stone) is all that remains of the first calicanto church built in Costa Rica...More