By Car: Head west out of San José along Paseo Colón. Turn left when you hit La Sabana Park, and turn right a few blocks later, at the start of the Próspero Fernández Highway (CR27). You will see well-marked exits for both Escazú and Santa Ana.

By Bus: Escazú- and Santa Ana–bound buses leave from the Coca-Cola bus station, as well as from Avenida 1 between calles 24 and 28. Or you can pick up both the Escazú and Santa Ana buses from a busy bus stop at the start of the Próspero Fernández Highway (CR27) on the southeast corner of the Parque La Sabana, next to the Gimnasio Nacional. Buses leave roughly every 5 to 10 minutes from 5am until 8pm, and less frequently during off hours. A bus costs between C300 and C400.

By Taxi: Taxi fare should run around C4,500 to C10,000, each way between San José and Escazú, and another C5,000 to C8,000 or so between Escazú and Santa Ana. Uber is rare in these parts, so plan on taking a taxi if you're not taking hte bus or renting a car.


Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.