Museo del Hombre
Located in a beautiful colonial-era structure, the Museo del Hombre displays mostly contemporary Honduran art, much of which fuses...
Centro de la Cultura Garinagu de Honduras
It's well worth dropping by this cultural center, situated right on the Parque Morazán, which has handicrafts, clothing and tools on...
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...
Restaurante Duncan Maya
An enjoyable and atmospheric (if rather run-down) place that occupies a covered patio with original floor tiles, colossal wooden columns...
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Café Paradiso information
An intimate, bohemian hangout, this is the place to find Tegus' creative types. The decor (with an excess of curios and lots of paintings) and layout (multiple rooms set off a central covered patio) are unusual. Food-wise, you can snack on a pastry for just L35 or feast on a filet mignon for L195.
Art-house movies are shown at 6:30pm Tuesday; poetry readings at 6:30pm Thursday.