Teatro de Santa Ana
Catedral de Santa Ana
The most notable sight in Santa Ana is its large neo-Gothic cathedral, which was completed in 1913. Exquisite ornate moldings cover the...
Iglesia El Calvario
El Calvario has undergone numerous hardships and catastrophes since its initial construction in the early 19th century. Today, it's a...
Iglesia El Carmen
Santa Ana's trifecta of Catholic churches is rounded out by El Carmen, which was damaged during the 2001 quake after nearly two...
Overlooking the cathedral, this busy bar serves ice-cold beer and creates a festive atmosphere week-round. The natural wooden furniture...
Hit the row of food stands on the plaza for enormous chicken sandwiches in soft bread, burgers and greasy fries.
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Teatro de Santa Ana information
The Teatro de Santa Ana is an opulent renaissance-style building constructed using funds from an export tax on coffee beans. The epitome of wealth, excess and culture, it features stained-glass windows, marble staircases and immaculate detail. In 1933, it was converted into a movie house, and, after a hefty facelift, is now a theater again (tickets around US$5).