Iglesia Inmaculada Concepción de María
There’s not much to see here, but it’s a useful landmark, opposite the Parque Central.
This old municipal building is little more than a landmark in the center of town, but it occasionally holds interesting exhibits or live...
The somewhat shady but not particularly picturesque Parque Central frames Iglesia Inmaculada Concepción de María. The park is also the...
One of the city’s most pleasant places for a drink is this tropical garden, lush with greenery and waterfalls. There are also sports and...
El Meson Liberiano
A lovely historic hacienda, this ‘Liberia house’ is now one of the nicer restaurants in town, offering thoroughly modern presentations...
Av Central & Calle 9 · interesting places nearby
La Agonía information
With whitewashed walls and twin pillars flanking the front door, La Agonía typifies the Spanish colonial architecture that earned Liberia its nickname, the White City. This is the city’s oldest church, built in 1825. There is supposedly an exhibit of art and culture inside, but it’s difficult to say for sure, as the doors are usually locked tight.