Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour
APC Spanish School
Set in a gorgeous mansion right on parque central. Classes are generally held in the morning.
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Café Don Simon
A surprisingly moderately priced cafe, considering its five-star location, with tables overlooking the plaza. There’s a wide range of...
Horse-Drawn Carriage Tour information
Lonely Planet review
The classic Granada tour takes a horse-drawn carriage from the park for an hour-long whirl past churches, the cemetery, the malecón (waterfront) and more with your Spanish-speaking guide. These guys know how to give a tour, too: this has been a family business since 1868, when carriages were first introduced here and in Masaya.