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1-7100 Paraíso,, Cartago 30201, Costa Rica | (506) 2574-6426
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Great value, Family-friendly, Off the beaten path
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Coffee has been an important part of Costa Rican culture since the 18th century, when the “grano de oro” (golden grain) grown in the Central Valley began to fuel the economy. Today, some of the best coffee in the world comes from Costa Rica and the crop continues to be one of the country’s main exports. At this family farm and roastery, visitors can learn about organic, sustainable growing and harvesting practices. Take an in-depth tour of the facilities, and purchase a bag of beans.

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Café Cristina

Coffee has been an important part of Costa Rican culture since the 18th century, when the “grano de oro” (golden grain) grown in the Central Valley began to fuel the economy. Today, some of the best coffee in the world comes from Costa Rica and the crop continues to be one of the country’s main exports. At this family farm and roastery, visitors can learn about organic, sustainable growing and harvesting practices. Take an in-depth tour of the facilities, and purchase a bag of beans.