Museo y Galería de Héroes y Martires
Parroquia de La Asunción
At the center of it all is the 1750 Parroquia de La Asunción, an attractive but scarred late- Baroque beauty that the Spanish government...
If you're here between Thursday and Sunday, consider taking the cute little tourist train from Hotel Madera's Inn on a guided tour of...
Iglesia de San Jerónimo
Among the major buildings worst hit by the earthquake of 2000, which also destroyed about 80 homes, was 1928 Iglesia de San Jerónimo,...
Mezon La Terraza
This small bar overlooking the park features loud music, a very young crowd and plenty of rum. Your call.
Taquería La Jarochita
All your Tex-Mex faves are here, served up in a stately and elegant atmosphere. Get in early for a balcony seat out front and watch the...
Lonely Planet review
Inside the alcaldía (mayor’s office), this museum honors Masayans who gave their lives during the revolution. There are walls of photos and interesting displays of bomb-building materials and weapons, as well as personal effects including musical instruments and a few Chorotegan funeral urns.