Liberia Travel Guide
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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 74%History Buffs
- 74%Local Culture
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- LiberiaMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersFoodies+ 2Apr 06, 2014
I love Liberia for many reasons...it is historical, the people are friendly and warm, and I feel like it is unique from the rest of Costa Rica. While many cities are now overrun with tourists and non-native people, I think that Liberia has maintained it's sense of Costa Rican culture and customs. I was in Liberia to study Spanish and I found a real gem of a school called Instituto Estelar Bilingue, in the center of the city. The school helped me learn Spanish fast and showed me the true beauty that surrounds Liberia. You literally can drive one hour in any direction and end up at a volcano, a national park, a waterfall, or another country (Nicaragua). I loved Liberia and I can't wait to go backRecommended for:
- LiberiaMar 04, 2013
Small town , with baking services, hospitals, this town gives services to all the beach towns nearby. there are restaurants, stores, pharmacies. The most important thing is the international airport, with direct flights from USA, Canada San Salvador and Panama.
- LiberiaMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness TravelersGreen TravelersAdventure TravelersFirst to ReviewJul 04, 2012
Liberia is a nice town, but doesn't have a lot to it. It's kind of a pass through place. It's got an airport, decent stores and gas stations, but you're a stretch from the beaches and not in the mountains either. It's a much needed crossroads on the way to other places, but not a tourism destination in and of itself...
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