Templo de Música
To the southwest of the Parque España is Parque Morazán, named for Francisco Morazán, the 19th-century general who attempted to unite...
Surrounded by heavy traffic and flanked by MADC and the Museo de Jade, Parque España may be small, but it becomes a riot of birdsong...
Casino del Rey
A jam-packed shocking-pink building offering everything from roulette to slot machines and what has to be the highest density of...
Walk through the dim, smoky lobby casino of the Hotel Costa Rica Morazán to the 2nd floor for one of the cheapest, most filling...
El Morazán information
Lonely Planet review
Facing Parque Morazán, this exposed-brick, Spanish tile–clad space dates back to 1904. Throughout its long life it has hosted all manner of historical figures (including Che Guevara, according to one account). It is a popular hangout among Chepe’s young artsy set. In addition to beer, there is a full menu of classic cocktails and snacks. On some nights, there is live music.