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Masaya Volcano

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 3 Reviews

The Masaya Volcano - just over 12 miles from Managua - is one of the most accessible on earth. In fact, while you can plan hiking day trips on the volcano, you ...  Read more

Leon

4.5 star rating: Recommended 6 Reviews

One of the charms of a visit to Nicaragua is exploring the pretty colonial cities. There is a historic rivalry between Granada and Leon, which is one of the ...  Read more

Laguna de Apoyo

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Believed to have been created more than 20,000 years ago after the cone of the Apoyo Volcano imploded, the Laguna de Apoyo got its start as subterranean rivers ...  Read more

Loma de Tiscapa (Parque Histórico Nacional Loma de Tiscapa)

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

The rim of the Tiscapa Lagoon, formed when a volcano blew its top more than 10,000 years ago, is a great spot to get a view overlooking Managua. Perhaps the ...  Read more

Old Cathedral of Managua (Catedral de Managua)

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

The facade and bell towers of the Old Cathedral of Managua may look impressive, but get closer and you’ll see there’s almost nothing else left of the ...  Read more

Ruben Dario in Managua

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

Managua’s Ruben Dario National Theater, built in the 1960s, is considered the most important theater in Nicaragua. It was one of the few buildings in Managua ...  Read more

Fortaleza La Polvora

The five towers of the Fortaleza La Polvora once served as the lookout posts of this Spanish fort, but today visitors make the most of the excellent views for ...  Read more

Huellas de Acahualinca

Walking in the footsteps of those who went before you can help inform you about a place - and it’s hard to have a more literal experience in this regard than ...  Read more

Iglesia de la Merced

There are several churches in Granada to visit, but the Iglesia de la Merced (not far from Central Park) is noted by many as the city's most beautiful. The ...  Read more

Iglesia San Francisco

As far as identifiable buildings in Granada go, it doesn't get much more noticeable than the baby-blue facade on the Iglesia San Francisco. The church dates ...  Read more

Islets of Granada (Las Isletas de Granada)

The city of Granada sits on Lake Nicaragua, which is an understandably popular draw for both locals and tourists. One of the most interesting things to do ...  Read more

Lake Managua (Lake Xolotlán)

In most cases, a city right on a lake - as Managua is right on Lake Managua - would be a city embracing its waterfront. In Managua’s case, for many years the ...  Read more

Lake Nicaragua (Lake Cocibolca)

Nicaragua’s largest lake goes by many names - Lake Nicaragua, Lake Cocibolca, Lake Granada and even “Mar Dulce,” or “Sweet Sea.” The official name is Lake ...  Read more

Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana)

Managua’s new cathedral, the Metropolitan Cathedral, was built in the early 1990s to replace the Old Cathedral, which had been destroyed in the 1972 ...  Read more

Mi Museo

One of Granada's newest entries to the museum scene is Mi Museo, a privately owned collection of more than 5,000 ceramic artifacts from Pre-Columbian Nicaragua ...  Read more

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