Costa Rica Postal Code
Costa Rica's postal codes are five-digit numeric numbers that were established in March 2013. Each code is connected with and uniquely identifies a certain district throughout the nation. In Costa Rica, they are handled by the Correos de Costa Rica, which is a government-controlled entity that is responsible for providing postal service.
In this case, the first digit indicates one of the seven provinces, the second and third represent a specific canton within the aforementioned province, and the fourth and fifth represent an individual district inside the province.
The numbers are equivalent to the codes used by the National Institute of Statistics and Census of Costa Rica and the Administrative Territorial Division (Spanish: División Territorial Administrativa) to uniquely identify a district in the country, and they were created by the National Institute of Statistics and Census of Costa Rica.
Senor Carlos Torres
Ca 15 Av 37 # 55
Heredia, San Rafael