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Presidential Palace

Casa Presidencial

The new offices of the current president built after the destructive earthquake. Not open to public.

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Attractions near to Presidential Palace

  • Los Ranchos

    This restaurant is known for their sublime steaks and as a place where politicians used to meet. It still retains its original atmosphere.

  • Hipa Hipa

    One of the best party places in Nicaragua. There are several DJs running the place and each one brings different atmosphere.

  • Tiscapa Lagoon Natural Reserve

    Not just a beautiful lagoon of volcanic origin, but also a lively gathering place with plenty of restaurants and shops. Do not miss.

  • Huembes Market

    A lively market where both tourists and locals can be seen. You can get groceries, but also pottery and leather products here.

  • Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

    The new city cathedral, built after the earthquake. Its cupolas are an unusual sight that baffles both tourists and the locals.

  • Malecón

    The recent facelift has served this area good – a pleasant place for a walk, lunch by the lake or some bar hopping in the evening.

  • Justo Rufino Garay Theater

    A small, alternative theatre where amateurs and professionals meet on stage. Come here for unusual plays and atmosphere.

  • Zona Rosa

    This is the ultimate nightlife spot in Managua – bars, restaurants and nightclubs are all abundant here. Enter one and have fun.

  • Lake Managua

    The lake is unfortunately quite polluted, but at least the malecón area has been cleaned and you can also take a tour on the lake.

  • Nicaragua National Museum

    The 19th century building is home to a solid collection of artefacts that describe the history of the country from Pre-Columbian times.

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