Cartago Province is home to the Irazu Volcano and its namesake capital city is the country’s oldest city, serving as the capital of Costa Rica until 1823. Cartago city is also home to the Patron Saint of Costa Rica and the Basilica of Our Lady of the Angels, Costa Rica’s National religious place of pilgrimage. Turrialba, east of Cartago, is a traditional agricultural area producing sugarcane, coffee and ornamental plants. Some of the attractions of this destination are Guayabo National Monument, Turrialba Volcano, and the Pacuare and Reventazon Rivers, great for white water rafting.
Casa Turire is a haven of gracious charm set in the verdant, agricultural region of Turrialba, an ideal base camp for exploring the Caribbean part of Costa Rica. This hotel offers a full experience of harmony and exclusivity in their facilities with impeccable service from the first moment.