Ideal for families, couples and business trips
Excellent local and international cuisine
Nicaragua is a country with majestic natural landscapes. Volcanoes rise above enormous lakes and the white sandy beaches extend by kilometers on their Pacific coast. The capital of the country is Managua, a bustling urban center with a special touch that visitors can only discover if they are from the most busy central district. Naturally, travelers can't miss the historic places like the The National Museum, the Old Cathedral and the Rubén Darío National Theatre. However, for a more complete and satisfying experience, guests of the best hotels in Managua are recommended to travel away from the most popular paths.
In this way, travelers can discover the authentic local flavors in dances such as Los Diabaves, a street show where a group of boys, dressed with devil masks, baila traditional music. Taking a tour of Avenida Bolívar, which is the main street of the city, will walk below 22 tree sculpturesWhose yellow branches are shines with hundreds of light bulbs day and night. There is also a giant portrait to the former Venezuelan president, Hugo Chávez, which resplines at a roundabout next to three of the trees. The Managua Lake promenade is an interesting place to explore, enjoy an aperitif, drink a drink and have the feeling of feeling very tall, as there is a miniature replica of the city. Visitors can stroll through the scaled-down version of the beautiful monuments of Managua.
The walk could end at the Roberto Huembes Market, A handicraft market next to the central bus station. There, travelers will find beautiful Nicaraguan hammocks, textiles, paintings and leather goods. Anyone looking for a genuine python-skin bag can find it here.
Guests at hotels in Nicaragua are sure to find out Spanish colonial architecture you can find in Granada. Located on the shores of Lake Nicaragua, the largest lake in Central America, the town enchants visitors with its colorful buildings dating back to the 16th century. A walking tour passes six churches and an old fortress. The climb to the bell tower of the Church of Merced offers panoramic views of the town, Lake Nicaragua and the Mombacho Volcano National Park. Intrepid tourists can walk up to the edge of the volcano crossing fields of petrified lava and meadows of wild flowers. The boldest can fly through the forest flying along a zip line. A boat trip along the immense lake allows you to visit an archipelago of 350 islands and explore the largest island, Ometepe, where twin volcanoes create a majestic profile. In addition to the lush vegetation that surrounds the area, visitors will find places of archaeological interest, as 1,700 petroglyphs decorate the volcanic rocks. It seems that the island was so attractive to the pre-Columbian towns as it is today for modern people.
Some of the best hotels in Nicaragua are located in this peaceful stretch of the Pacific coast, where the waves break in white sandy beaches lined with palm trees. Here, the hotels offer privacy for romantic getaways, family vacations or business meetings. All the advantages for guests who choose a plan with all inclusive. The enormous swimming pools, luxury restaurants and sports activities are located in these hotels in Nicaragua, conveniently located just a one-hour drive from Managua. Winding paths lead through tropical gardens to private bungalows, where guests can relax in perfect seclusion. You can also enjoy a casino which in the past was the mansion of Nicaragua's ruling, the Somoza family. The dictators fled in 1979, but the 80-hectare property continues to be a paradise by the sea.