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Ruins of Leon Viejo
Ancient Ruins, Historic Sites
Mercado de Artesanias de Masaya
Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Iglesia San Juan Bautista de Subtiava
Historic Sites, Churches & Cathedrals
Puerto Salvador Allende
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Parque Colon de Granada
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Fountains
Iglesia de La Merced
Churches & Cathedrals
Catedral de Granada
Churches & Cathedrals
Churches & Cathedrals, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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This is just one of those places you have to go while in SJDS, and watch a sunset from here .If you are capable to climb the mountain, which is kind of hard, do it really earlier at morning or a little late at aft...
Bit of a hike up you can walk along the beach from the main area of San Juan ( at one point for 5 meters you will have to cross through the water depth dependent on the tide could be ankle deep or shin knee.
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It's worth the climb, as one is rewarded with 360 degree views of the rooftops of the town as well as the Impressive Mombacho Volcano.
This is a beautiful church, make sure to go to the bell tower to enjoy the breathtaking views of Granada!
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At the end of the view point you can do a short circular trail for a small fee -- mango trail.
Amazing views, plenty of shops and restaurants.
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Beautiful wood carvings throughout the sanctuary, detailed statues of saints and breathtaking painted ceiling murals ensure a memorable sensory experience.
... the Assumption Cathedral) is a roman catholic church in neoclassical architectural style in the center of Granada (which is located alongside the Lake Nicaragua) and next to central park of the city (Park Colon).
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For US$1, you climb a circular stairway to the top of the tower for a spectacular view of Granada!
We came right after the sun was setting in the blue hours, it makes for great photos.
Also the street that takes you there (avenida Bolivar) is wide and very colorful at night, huge metal trees with different light colors, some people criticize them, others love them, I happen to like them, they ha...
This is a very special place with lots of attractions for the kids and lots of restaurants to enjoy the Nicaraguan food, it also have a very nice environment and very good music.
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Beautiful cathedral at most see In Nicaragua I recommend to everyone .area is awesome .go
The big clock on the right tower stops at 12.35 am, the time of the earthquake.
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This square is a great place to people watch, start a horse-drawn carriage ride, browse the handful of souvenirs vendors (pretty decent prices, actually) and start each day's activities.
It's fun to walk around and check things out, it's fun to sit and watch all that is going on, It reminds me of Jackson Square in NOLA only friendlier and much more active.
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Is part of the history of Nicaragua and Managua, so you have to go, better if you read some of the history before or you go with someone who know something about.
We had a city tour of Managua and the park and plaza were not only of historical interest but beautiful.

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Isla de Ometepe
Along the way, there are these huge mango trees that rain down some of the most delicious mangoes you will ever find.
Lots of Tropical Birds to Enjoy while Relaxing in Paradise.
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There is live music and it is great place to stroll and have a drink or dinner.
Beautiful street with a multitude of restaurants offering outdoor seating.
We had a lot of fun dancing in the evenings, and going to different beaches, visit landmarks and learning to cook traditional Nicaraguan food in the afternoons.
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Make sure that you visit the museum and understand the history and the reasons for locating the fort where it is to stop pirates like Capt.
Small Fort with lots of history.
The Convento y Museo San Francisco (monastery and church) is a stop you should not miss on a walking tour of Granada.
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Though this park tends to have a lot of people it is still an oasis of cam and a great place to sit back and watch people coming and going.
Come in the morning for a bit of a bustle and use that time to also ascent the cathedral bell tower.
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On the way back we took the turibus, he is running from the cathedral all the way to the Mirador, Was so much fun to go down with it l when you sit on the top level of the bus it's feel like you're on the roller c...
Best Aerial perspective over Matagalpa City
We loved visiting the ruins, hearing about the history from the tour guide, who was very informative, and the view of Momotombo volcano was spectacular!
Make sure to get an English guide to make your tour more informative.
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One of the landmarks in the city center.
It was definitely worth it, and the officer kindly escorted me halfway down the very steep steps to make sure I didn’t get hurt.
We did the tour with two older people and two small kids, our tour guide, Jose Luis, was great, very knowledgeable, friendly and patient.
best tour ever of a coffee plantation, very knowledgable guide Jose.
It’s about 8-10 mins walking further North from the central park.
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