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5 Things You Should Know Before Moving To Costa Rica
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Travelling to Costa Rica on a vacation is quite different from moving to the country as an expat, so don’t form your expectations based on your Costa Rican beach holiday! Moving to a new country always presents its fair share of challenges and Costa Rica is no exception. There are various aspects of life and services that will affect your move, so it’s important that you give all of them due consideration before you actually relocate. Whether you are pondering a move to Costa Rica or already have your bags packed, take some time to learn about the differences not just in culture, but also in the standard of living, quality of essential services, cost of living, public transport and so on.
Here are some things that you should consider before making the move to Costa Rica:
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Costa Rica is a beautiful place. We are located in the most popular Costa Rica real estate investment region, only twenty minutes away from Liberia International Airport, fifteen minutes to the new CIMA Hospital and offering the best grocery shopping stores, pharmacies, restaurants, medical facilities, pristine beaches...all close by.
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