Situated on the northwest side of Costa Rica, Liberia – known as the 'White City', is home to the Daniel Oduber Quiros International airport, which serves as a gateway to the stunning beaches of the Nicoya Peninsula, the Gulf of Papagayo, and the Arenal Volcano. A traditional Costa Rican town with a rich historic culture, Liberia is famous for its well-preserved colonial-style architecture, vast cattle ranches, and cattleboy or 'sabanero' culture. It offers visitors an authentic experience with access to national parks such as Rincon de la Vieja and Santa Rosa, where they can enjoy hiking, hot springs, waterfalls, and abundant wildlife. Liberia also houses the Museo de Guanacaste, a museum that offers a glimpse into Costa Rica’s past, and the beautifully quaint La Agonía Church. The city hosts a variety of restaurants and bars that serve local and international cuisine, adding to the vibrant night-life.