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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, Managua

    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.

  • The Old Cathedral, Managua

    The Old Cathedral

    The old cathedral, made unusable by the earthquake, has its own haunting beauty and is beautifully lit at night. Do not miss this gem.

  • Tiscapa Lagoon Natural Reserve, Managua

    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.

  • Hipa Hipa, Managua

    Hipa Hipa

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

  • Dennis Martinez National Stadium, Managua

    Dennis Martinez National Stadium

    Baseball has always been a favourite Nicaraguan sport, but this stadium hosts other games and also concerts and other events.

  • Malecón, Managua


    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.

  • Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Managua

    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.

  • Plaza de la Fé Juan Pablo II, Managua

    Plaza de la Fé Juan Pablo II

    Commemorates the two visits of the late pope – this is where he gave the blessings to the Nicaraguan people. Nowadays it's mostly deserted.

  • Nicaragua National Museum, Managua

    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.

  • Zona Rosa, Managua

    Zona Rosa

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

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