More than a million people travel in Costa Rica every year, and the number is increasing. Most international flights arrive and depart from the Juan Santamaría International Airport (SJO) in Alajuela, a half-hour drive northwest of San José. The Daniel Oduber International Airport in Liberia (LIR), near the northern Pacific coast, has handled a growing number of flights for travelers heading directly to Guanacaste’s beaches.
Souvenir shop, books and papers
If you are lookin for a special gift or souvenir before coming back home, we suggest you to take a look at these shops, where you can purchase fine crafts, jewelry, Costa Rican coffee, art and books.
More information about Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO): http://www.fly2sanjose.com/index.php?ref=0
Costa Rica’s two international airports host 15 international carriers representing 378 weekly flights. What’s all the excitement about? Over the past several years Costa Rica has been choose by numerous travel industry leaders and publications as the top destination for adventure, sports and honeymoons.