Liberia Costa Rica
Liberia Costa Rica was founded in 1769. In this dry and hot city you will find hotels that range from economical to upscale lodging. Liberia Costa Rica is also referred to as The White City because some of its 19th century buildings were painted and protected from the elements with whitewash. Make sure that you visit the church La Ermita, constructed in 1865 to fulfill the village’s need for a religious center. Liberia Costa Rica has more than 30,000 inhabitants and an important transportation center. Freight haulers coming from and going to Nicaragua and the rest of Central America pass through the outskirts of Liberia Costa Rica via the Inter-American Highway. Amist the historic colonial constructions you will see well known fast food restaurants, a mall, and car rentals. Liberia Costa Rica is the home of Daniel Oduber International Airport, named after a former president who supported Guanacaste's development during his administration. You should stop by during the fiestas, a series of parties held in Liberia Costa Rica in late July celebrating the annexation of Nicoya.