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great food from street vendors and cafes, lots of street sellers of hats and souvenirs but no one is pushy at all. Always bustling and lively. Great during the International Poetry Festival as loads of brilliant live music
Located at the center of the action in Granada, this is a lovely and clean little park with plenty of shade and places to sit. We enjoyed seeing all of the locals out and about and using the park. Here one can find the traditional...More
The park was very quiet the day we visited. There were only a few vendors and a handful of tourists. We were impressed with how clean it was and also with how nice the people were. We were only approached by one street vendor who...More
This park felt kind of touristy, more so than plazas in other Central and South American cities, I think, but still nice to visit/hang out in for a while and people-watch, or grab a bite to eat at one of the outdoor eateries.
Great place to catch a live band buy gifts for home or catch a bench in the shade. There is a shaded cafe serving drinks and nica fair. Easy place to buy all the local goods most activity after 4 and before 8 popular w...More
The park is a lovely place to rest and grab a refreshment. It’s also an awesome place for souvenirs. This was our stop to find something for each of our four kids, and the vendors did not disappoint. One vendor even kindly asked her daughter...More
Need to try cassava served with pork skin and cabbage salad at La Gata’s. Affordable, tasty and safe located at the Central plaza.
We were a party of 10, ages ranging from mid 60’s down to 3. We all had it and liked it. We...More
parque de colon is where the buses stop to shuttle people to managua. they depart frequently and are a cheap way to get into the big city. it is located just at the east end of mango steet and to the south.