Iglesia Los Dolores
Iglesia Los Dolores, northwest of the cathedral, is worth a visit, with a plaza out front and religious art inside. On the front of Los...
Museo Para la Identidad Nacional
Tegucigalpa’s newest museum is the ambitious Museo para la Identidad Nacional , which is intended to encapsulate the whole of Honduran...
Iglesia El Calvario
West of the cathedral is Parque Herrera, which seems to attract a somewhat less savory crowd, but the 18th-century Iglesia El Calvario...
Teatro Nacional Manuel Bonilla
Hosts a variety of performing-arts shows, including plays, dance and music. Built in 1912, the theater’s interior was inspired by the...
La Terraza de Don Pepe
A popular 2nd-floor eatery, La Terraza has good platos del día (daily specials) and live crooning most evenings. Tables on the small...
Lonely Planet review
At lunch, the food stands in front of Iglesia Los Dolores fill the air with the smoke, sounds and smells of sizzling meats, and people ordering, eating and talking. There's a little of everything here - pupusas, baleadas, soups and, of course, grilled beef and chicken. A must-do if you like street food.