Turrialba is a small metropolis in Cartago Province of Costa Rica with an anticipated populace of 35,618. The primary industries are textiles, agriculture, and tourism. The Pacuare and Reventazón Rivers are exquisite for whitewater rafting, making Turrialba a mecca for the sport. "Several towns evolved and prospered as a result of the constructing of the railroad to the Caribbean; Turrialba is this kind of, and its architectural, spatial and ethnic makeup isn't the same as different towns.
d a City of National Archeological Interest, this town is the entryway to the Costa Rican Caribbean. Two universities are located here: the Tropical Agronomy Research and Learning Centre of international influence, and the University of Costa Rica. Turrialba cheese is beginning blanketed. Production started out within the 1870s while a Spanish family headed with the aid of Lucas Vargas came from La Mancha and settled in the region of Santa Cruz, in Turrialba, to begin producing cheese with the recipes they added from their native land.