Teatro Nacional Manuel Bonilla
Museo para la Identidad Nacional
If you hit only one sight in Tegus, head here. The capital's finest museum is housed in an expertly renovated 19th-century edifice, the...
Iglesia Los Dolores
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At the center of the city is the Plaza Morazán, often called Parque Central by locals – this is Tegucigalpa's hub. A statue of former...
This legendary downtown dive bar is a scruffy haunt for hard drinkers and the odd hipster. It's been around since 1945, but women have...
At the side of Iglesia Los Dolores, these stands offer a variety of tempting cheapie lunchtime street-food dishes, including pupusas ...
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Teatro Nacional Manuel Bonilla information
Built in 1912, Honduras' National Theater hosts a variety of performing arts, including plays and concerts. The theater’s interior was inspired by the Athens Theatre of Paris, making it a very enjoyable place to attend a performance.