$45 - $89 / person
Our guide picks you up at the lobby of the centrally located hotel in Managua. The tour starts from the moment you get on the vehicle passing by main avenues and buildings.
In the vehicle, ascend the hill "Tiscapa" where the ruins of former Somoza Presidential House remains. Here, visit the "Revolutionary Museum" to learn about the history of Somoza era and Sandino. Take time for a panoramic view of Managua City. Later, transfer to the Central PLaza of Managua surrounded by National Palace, Old Cathedral, former Presidential House and the Park. Walk in the park as you see locals in their daily life. After it, arrive at "Paseo Xolotlán" on the shores of the lake. Walk the port filled with kiosks, restaurants as you feel the fresh lake breeze. House museums and a mock-up of old Managua are open to visitors.
At the end of the tour, eat a traditional Nicaraguan meal at your own expense in a famous Nicaraguan restaurant where waiters wear folklore clothing and traditional live music fills the atmosphere.
|Tour type||Private tour|
|Age requirement||All ages accepted|
|Your group size||Min 2, max 24|
Private transfer, certified guide, entrances
"Paseo Xolotlán" might be closed during weekdays.
Infants from 0 to 2 years old do not pay. Applies when traveling 2 adults and 1 infant.
You should wear comfortable clothing, walking shoes, a cap, sunglasses, mosquito repellent.
You must bring a valid photo ID to verify your name and age.
Discover the history of the first European City mainland in Las Americas, named "Granada" in 1524 and today called "The Paris of Central America". Granada is historically one of Nicaragua's most important cities, economically and politically. It has a rich colonial heritage represented on its buildings and traditions.