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Public transportation is the country is numerous, manageable and charging low price. In general, the country provides enough bus service. The common are private companies which connect San José with primary provincial towns and metropolis, seaports and tourist vicinities. There are also taxicab companies all over the country that provide services to the inaccessible places. Railroads in the country are owned by Incofer. American Travel is a private company that manages occasional weekend traveler’s trains from San José toward Caldera.

Air travel is notable way to go all over the place without difficulty and fast given that the country has several airports. The domestic airlines tender the finest charge on inter-country tour. Travel Air and Sansa are the major domestic transporters. The Travel Air is a private owned that offer reasonably cost within the country while Sansa is a government owned and the ticket is cheaper than private owned competitor. The international airports in the country are Daniel Oduber Quirós (formerly identified as Liberia International Airport and settled in the metropolis of Liberia in Guanacaste Province), Juan Santamaría (settled in Alajuela around 20 km from San José and serves a large number of travelers from United States, Europe and Canada), Limón (situated in the metropolis of Limón in Limón Province) and Tobías Bolaños (sited in the San José town of Pavas and regarded as the major airport for domestic flights).

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