La Capilla María Auxiliadora
The gorgeous little church La Capilla María Auxiliadora is worth a look for its beautiful pastel interior.
Fortaleza La Polvora
Originally called the Fortaleza de Armas when it was constructed in 1748, this lavishly turreted Spanish fortress still has the best...
Iglesia de Xalteva
The dilapidated but attractive 19th-century church that houses La Virgen de la Asunción.
A grocery store with good prices and a tiny Musmanni bakery.
Granada Cementario information
Lonely Planet review
Used between 1876 and 1922, this beautiful cemetery has lots of picturesque mausoleums and tombs, including those of six Nicaraguan presidents. Most people come to see the 1880 neoclassical stone Capilla de Animas (Chapel of Spirits), a scale model of the French chapel of the same name. Close by is another scale model, this time of Notre Dame cathedral.