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Where you live should be determined on whether you have a car, if you prefer a country existence or city life, and where you will be spending most of your time.Individual rooms go for $150-$350 a month, private apartments can range from $500-$1,500 and individual homes can cost as much as $4,000 a month in rent.Escazú/Santa Ana: With tall condominium buildings and chic apartment complexes, these western suburbs boast some of the highest-priced real estate in Costa Rica.Close to posh shopping centers and high-end restaurants and an easy commute into San José, Escazú and Santa Ana draw some of the wealthiest locals and foreigners alike.Heredia: Primarily a single-family residential community, Heredia is home to many university and study abroad students.Older Expats flock to the mountainside, where homes come with beautiful views of the city and are somewhat withdrawn from the intense development activities that plague other parts of the country.Belén: This western suburb of San José has been recognized by several entities as the best-managed municipality in Costa Rica.

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Where you live should be determined on whether you have a car, if you prefer a country existence or city life, and where you will be spending most of your time.

Individual rooms go for $150-$350 a month, private apartments can range from $500-$1,500 and individual homes can cost as much as $4,000 a month in rent.

Escazú/Santa Ana: With tall condominium buildings and chic apartment complexes, these western suburbs boast some of the highest-priced real estate in Costa Rica.

Close to posh shopping centers and high-end restaurants and an easy commute into San José, Escazú and Santa Ana draw some of the wealthiest locals and foreigners alike.

Heredia: Primarily a single-family residential community, Heredia is home to many university and study abroad students.

Older Expats flock to the mountainside, where homes come with beautiful views of the city and are somewhat withdrawn from the intense development activities that plague other parts of the country.

Belén: This western suburb of San José has been recognized by several entities as the best-managed municipality in Costa Rica.

Close to the airport, near the headquarters of many of the multinational companies and bordered by two major highways, Belén is enjoyed mostly by families who are looking for safe neighborhoods and single family homes.

,500 and individual homes can cost as much as ,000 a month in rent.Escazú/Santa Ana: With tall condominium buildings and chic apartment complexes, these western suburbs boast some of the highest-priced real estate in Costa Rica.Close to posh shopping centers and high-end restaurants and an easy commute into San José, Escazú and Santa Ana draw some of the wealthiest locals and foreigners alike.Heredia: Primarily a single-family residential community, Heredia is home to many university and study abroad students.Older Expats flock to the mountainside, where homes come with beautiful views of the city and are somewhat withdrawn from the intense development activities that plague other parts of the country.Belén: This western suburb of San José has been recognized by several entities as the best-managed municipality in Costa Rica.

In close proximity to the center of San José, Rohrmoser and La Sabana are good neighborhoods for those who are car-less and don't mind paying for short taxi rides.Though a small city by world capital standards, San José, Costa Rica has a wide range of housing options.There are the towering condo complexes in the western suburbs of Escazú and Santa Ana, sublets for students in San Pedro and single-family residences of the northern suburb Heredia.When she couldn’t find a job in Costa Rica, she turned to prostitution.Though tourism in Costa Rica has fallen 15 percent this year, the scene at the Del Rey and Key Largo — the heart of San José’s so-called “Gringo Gulch” — seems resilient to the downward trend.

In close proximity to the center of San José, Rohrmoser and La Sabana are good neighborhoods for those who are car-less and don't mind paying for short taxi rides.

Though a small city by world capital standards, San José, Costa Rica has a wide range of housing options.

There are the towering condo complexes in the western suburbs of Escazú and Santa Ana, sublets for students in San Pedro and single-family residences of the northern suburb Heredia.

When she couldn’t find a job in Costa Rica, she turned to prostitution.

Though tourism in Costa Rica has fallen 15 percent this year, the scene at the Del Rey and Key Largo — the heart of San José’s so-called “Gringo Gulch” — seems resilient to the downward trend.

On a recent Saturday night, both spots were packed with hundreds of North American men, who flirted at the bar with curvy women or shuffled drunkenly and uninhibitedly on the dance floor to live music.