Fortaleza Santa Bárbara de Trujillo
Museo Riveras del Pedregal
The Museo Riveras del Pedregal has a huge collection of antiques and artifacts, ranging from the wacky to the sublime.
Escuela de Idiomas Truxillo
The Escuela de Idiomas Truxillo , 50m east of Hotel Trujillo, offers one-on-one Spanish classes, four hours per day.
Regguetón, merengue and Latin rock keep the locals moving from 8pm until the early morning hours. Thursday night is karaoke night.
Cafe Vino Tinto
Just below the plaza, this atmospheric little garden restaurant serves up snacks like pupusas and mains including good pork chops and...
Lonely Planet review
High above the waves, gazing over the Caribbean towards the European motherland, this 17th-century Spanish fortress could not have a more evocative position. Though its ruined remains are not that impressive visually, it's still an inspirational spot to reflect on the forces and characters that shaped the history of the American continent.
Fifteen cannons face the sea, and a plaque marks the place where North American wanabe conqueror William Walker was executed. The on-site museum has colonial and Garífuna artifacts on display.