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Located in the province bearing the same name, Heredia is a welcoming city for expatriates wishing to settle in Costa Rica. The "City of Flowers" offers a good quality of life in a pleasant environment: mild tropical climate, houses of colonial style... here are some assets seducing expats.

Heredia is home of the National University of Costa Rica, attracting lots of foreign students.

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As the country's capital, San José is home to almost half of Costa Rica's population. Read this article to find out more about working in this metropolitan city that is a fantastic melting pot of cultures. 

Heredia is reputed to be the safest city in Costa Rica, and the region is often referred to as the Silicone Valley of Central America. Read this article to find out more about working in the City of Flowers.  

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