Parque El Carmén
Straddling the divide between fine and contemporary art.
Estatua de Montoya
A statue dedicated to national hero Ramón Montoya, a Nicaraguan soldier who died (at the age of 14) in 1907.
Casa del Obrero
A downtown landmark originally dedicated to the Nicaraguan worker.
Reflecting football’s secondary status in Nicaragua, Estadio Cranshaw is a more humble affair that squats in the shadows of its big...
Enjoy freshly prepared vegetarian plates and a wide range of licuados (fruit and veggie juices and smoothies) on this spacious patio...
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Parque El Carmén information
A couple of blocks from Martha Quezada’s concrete jungle, this surprisingly pretty park is a little slice of suburbia, with kids' riding bikes, a playground, and a kiosk selling snacks and cold drinks. The park is surrounded by some fairly opulent homes, including that of President Ortega – if your taxi driver doesn’t know it, tell him ‘donde vive Daniel’ (where Daniel lives).