$60 - $135 / person
Our guide picks you up at the lobby of the centrally located hotel in Managua or Granada City. As you take the 2 or 3-hour transfer, admire the beauty of the Nicaraguan landscape formed by agricultural plantations, volcanoes, lakes, and small villages.
The first stop is at the ruins of León Viejo. This is the place where the city was originally settled, discover the history and battles between natives and conquerors. At the same time, you see the majestic view of the Momotombo volcano rising on the shores of the Xolotlán Lake.
The tour continues to León City where the largest cathedral in Central America was built. Today, you ascend to its roof for a panoramic view of León as you discover the hidden secrets of its design. Walk the Central Park and main surrounding buildings as the Museum, University, and local market meeting the locals in their daily life.
Time to take lunch at your own expense.
Transfer back to your hotel at 2 p.m
|Tour type||Private tour|
|Age requirement||All ages accepted|
|Your group size||Min 2, max 24|
Private transfer, certified bilingual guide, entrances
León is one of the hottest cities, the temperature is between 32 and 37 C.
Infants from 0 to 2 years old do not pay when traveling with 2 adults or more.
*Price varies when pickup and drop-off are from Granada City.
Wear comfortable tropical clothing , walking shoes, cap, sunglasses, mosquito repellent.
You must bring a valid photo ID to verify your name and age.
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