Attractions Heredia’s Central Park. City Hall has several attractive historical center mainly composed of Argentina School, the Post Office building, La Casa de la Cultura, the church Immaculate, the fort and the building of the Liceo de Heredia. These properties are in a line that runs about 300 meters. Hall is home to Caf Britt, one of the leading coffee producing more nationally recognized. Its headquarters is located in Mercedes district, north of the city, arrange tours to national and international tourists who want to know the process and manufacturing of coffee while you can taste their products as beverages, chocolates, coffee liqueurs, etc. It also has an amphitheater where cultural artefacts are presented. The city has several shopping malls and plazas.The most distinguished are the Mall Paseo de las Flores, located south of the city with over 190 shops offering a wide variety of shops, accessories, shoes, housewares, department stores, food service, including others. There is also the Centro Comercial Real Cariari Mall, which opened its doors on December 8, 1995 and is located in one of the busiest highways and vital Metropolitan Area, located west of Heredia, is in an area strategic because of its proximity with the best business complexes, free zones, residential developments, most recognized hotels in the country and close to the Juan Santamaria International Airport. Heredia has been characterized by the great development of free zones and a large number of industries located mainly around the La Aurora de Heredia west of the city.Its main zones are Global Park with its 23 companies, including Sykes, IBM, Hospira, Boston Scientific, Baxter America Services, etc. Another Ultra Park Free Zone is located in front of Global Park. Ultra Park encounter with both Costa Ricans and foreign companies mainly specialized in the field of electronics, software, communication and information services, medical and pharmaceutical industries. Within its area there are companies like Hewlett-Packard, Pfizer, Roche, Wal-Mart, among others. Hewlett Packard. Heredia.