Tuesday, 27 October 2020

San Ramon … The Capital of the World! (Video)

(QCOSTARICA) This a great video of San Ramon, Alajuela, is a city that lies at an elevation of 1,057 meters (3,467 feet)  above sea level  in the Cordillera de Tilarán. While retaining its rich heritage and tradition, San Ramón continues to serve as a link between the agricultural communities further north in the Meseta Central and the central cities of San Jose, Alajuela, Heredia, and Cartago.

San Ramon is located 58 kilometers from the national capital city of San Jose, 55 kilometers northeast of Puntarenas on the Gulf of Nicoya, 44 kilometers northwest of the provincial capital city of Alajuela.

Climate. Despite tropical latitude of San Ramón, the temperatures tend to be very mild year-round: 21-27 C (70-80 F). This is largely due to the city’s altitude.

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On the street: San Ramon, Costa Rica
San Ramon street scene by Shawnwashere.com

More about San Ramon on the city’s official website.

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