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If you aren’t getting up to Estelí this trip, stop by here for a cognac-cured taste of Nicaragua and a peek at the cigar-manufacturing process. You can even practice rolling a cigar.
The oldest house in Granada has been faithfully restored and converted into a high-end souvenir shop. Far more interesting, though, is the exhibition space of artist Pablo Antonio Cuadra, also on the premises.
Swing in to this friendly store with a good selection of English-language books and maps.
A clothing boutique and handicrafts store specializing in produce from local cooperatives. The emphasis is on rare and unique items not available elsewhere.
The foundation here sells a very good lefty selection of books, magazines and other souvenirs, including Wani magazine, 'the voice of the Caribbean Coast', and Gente de los Gallos , your cockfighting resource.
See and be seen at the discos, eateries and shops of Managua's most upscale mall.
This is more than just the southbound bus terminal; it has the best selection of souvenirs in Managua, from all over the country.
Upscale mall with restaurants, cinemas and more.
This bookstore has the country’s best selection of Nicaraguan and Latin American literature, history and poetry, plus local news and arts periodicals.
Across from the UCA, this lefty bookstore also has a great selection of magazines.
Stash your cash in a couple of places (sock, bra) and try to find a local guide for Central America’s largest market and scariest shopping experience.
Adjacent to Barrio Martha Quezada, it’s convenient, with a cinema (with subtitled movies), lots of discount shops, a couple of department stores and a solid food court.
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