San Isidro de El General


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There are a few stations in San Isidro de El General and we are building this page as we get submissions of new info. For now we can share the MUSOC station info for you for buses to and from San José! There is both a MUSOC station in San José and in San Isidro de El General. Service is frequent and easy. Note there is also a Tracopa station in San Isidro de El General that goes back and forth to San José.

 

There’s another bus station called Transporte Blanco which runs buses to Dominical, Quepos, Uvita etc. Bus to Dominical is the same one that goes to Quepos but it turns round at Dominical.

 

San Isidro to San José

Have a look at the images below for the MUSOC station in San Isidro del General. A big thank you traveller Maria for sending us up to date information about this station! (Nov 2017)

 

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We do not 100% guarantee that all schedules, times and prices are exact. The information in this website is based on personal experience and by information submitted by other travellers. Information has been gathered from station schedules, station managers, bus drivers and driver helpers. We have done our best to get as much accurate up to date information as possible, but prices and times change. Also, remember that you are responsible for your own health and safety. Travel safe and travel smart - and have fun!

CONNECTING STATIONS

San Jose

PHOTOS TO SHOW YOU THE WAY

Photo: Nov 2017

Photo: Nov 2017

Photo: Nov 2017

Photo: Nov 2017

HIGH FIVES

8 travel tips for San Isidro de El General - share your tips below!

  1. Chien wu Li

    Hello Maria. I will take musoc bus from San Jose to San inside in February. I need to take connection to Uvita by taking Transportes Blanco after arrive to San inside. How far those two bus station? Is it a walking distance
    ? Thank you for your help

  2. Cee Jay

    What time does the latest bus leave San Isidro for San Jose. I have to be at the airport at 1:00 am in the morning.

    Also what should I expect the taxi to cost to take me from the San Jose bus station to the international airport.
    CJ

    • centrocoasting

      Hi Cee Jay, if you check the photos you’ll find the schedule we have – though it was from Nov 2017. We only have the Musoc schedule but there is also a Tracopa station in town. If you are already in San Isidro, I’d recommend popping by both stations to double check the schedule and to even as if it passes the airport along the way. There may be a bus that does a route the passes the airport, not sure. A taxi in San Jose should be around $30 dollars, though its been a little while since I have gone by taxi so that’s a rough estimate.

  3. Sarah

    Hi! There’s another bus station called Transporte Blanco which runs buses to Dominical, Quepos, Uvita etc. Bus to Dominical is the same one that goes to Quepos but it turns round at Dominical (so no need to get off the bus at the junction like I did, although it’s less than a 5 minute walk across the bridge anyway!)

    • centrocoasting

      Thanks for the info addition!!

  4. Jimmy

    Thanks this helped me a load. Information is perfect

    • Jimmy

      Location of the San Jose station can easily be found on maps.me just south of the centre (20 minute walk)

  5. Maria

    The location is Perez Zeledon/San Isidro de General. My husband and I have visited Costa Rica three times and everytime we come back to this area. It’s the second largest city in Costa Rica and is located 3 hours away from San Jose. It’s also pretty close to Dominical to relate it to another place on your site.

    We really enjoy living and being a part of Costa Rican culture here because it’s mainly natives and few tourists here. When we visit, we take a cab from SJO to the Musoc Station and then take whichever bus is leaving next for San Isidro. This busline leaves hourly from San Jose and San Isidro so we’ve found you never have to wait that long to catch a bus.

    Tracopa also has a station in Perez Zeledon but we only just took it to Paso Canoas this one time. They apparently go back and forth to San Jose but we never had experience with that.

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