Lago Alto is located in Cartago, the colonial capital, one of the seven provinces of Costa Rica. Cartago is one of the places with the highest natural wealth, an outstanding social progress index, a wonderful climate, and year-round scenic beauty.
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Attractions in the Area
The first church was built in Costa Rica during the 17th century.
Irazú is the highest volcano in the country and towers over 3,432 meters above sea level. At 53 kilometers from San José and exactly 31 kilometers northeast of Cartago, it is accessible via a modern and colorful road.
It is one of the oldest buildings in the country, dating from the Spanish colonial period. It was built in 1767 by Franciscan friars and is dedicated to San José.
It is located on the slopes of Turrialba Volcano, in the province of Cartago, 83 kilometers from San José. Guayabo is the most important archeological site in Costa Rica: its wonders are found throughout the area: petroglyphs, mounds, pathways, and other stone structures of ceremonial character.
With Byzantine architectural style, this sanctuary houses the Patron Saint of Costa Rica, the Virgin of the Angels.
Gallery of nearby parks and reserves