There are in Granada no other streets like this. Restaurants, pubs and minimercados. People like to walk here, take a drink or food. Good restaurants like Grill House and Nicaragua Mia. There are also people who like to sell everything possible. Unfortunately only few tourists.
You will encounter Calle la Calzada if you are out and about in Granada for a walk. We had a walking tour on our first day and tried to hit the high points. This street reminds me a lot of Guatemala, in that the streets...More
As the main pedestrian street in Granada you'll find all manner of people happily strolling, checking out local street seller wares and enjoying happy hour drink specials. This is a fun place for all that, or a bite to eat if you are not too...More
Great spot for people-watching outside of one of many restaurants of your choice at nights - be on watch of your stuff and anything laying on the table out of your sight... many glue-sniffing, homeless kids all around. Do not be their "prey"... they are...More
Granada weather is extremely hot. Because of that, many people doesn't go outside at noon. When the sun go down, and a gentle breeze blows from the lake, people likes to go to Calle La Calzada to have a drink or two, and maybe dinner.
A nice environment street that starts aside the Cathedral with direction to the Nicaragua Lake. It is about 500 meters long. Perfect for a walk at the end of the day. There are lots of restaurants, ice cream shops, souvenir shops, pubs and bars, there...More
This is where it is at in the evenings! Restaurants and bars in every building. And it is pretty nice in the mornings, too. Take an early morning walk down to the lake and enjoy the rising of the sun.
I spent months in Granada and love the city. There are many wonderful restaurants both on and off La Calzada and it's a good idea if you can take time to explore as many as you can. You will find relaxing massage, the best Sangria...More
I jumped around different places while I was there. My favorite for churrasco and cheap drinks was Torito. Be sure to watch the sunset colors in the clouds above the church to the west.
This street is the main area full of tourists. With some lovely restaurants however if you are travelling with a budget I recommend you eat outside of this busy street as the restaurants are quite expensive. Outside of the street are some lovely Nicaraguan restaurants...More