Nuestra Señora de la Merced
Comayagua’s first iglesia was Nuestra Señora de la Merced , built from 1550 to 1558; it has a great little plaza in front.
San Sebastián is at the south end of town.
Comayagua’s first iglesia was La Merced. Building started in 1550 and it was consecrated as a cathedral in 1561. The plaza out the...
Although it has seen better days, this old movie house still cranks out a feature every night at 7pm.
Restaurante Mang Ying
If you’re hungry – really hungry – order the Chop Suey Mang Ying. A mound of noodles, veggies, chicken, beef and shrimp, it’s gotta...
Lonely Planet review
The Casa Castillo has two dining areas: a courtyard at the back and a high-ceilinged foyer that looks onto the park. The pasta is bland but the seafood and other dishes – like sweet-and-sour chicken with tartar sauce – are reasonably tasty. Head to the ice-cream shop next door for dessert.