Plaza de la Revolución
Tomb of Carlos Fonseca
The tomb of Carlos Fonseca, founder of the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN).
Palacio de la Cultura y Biblioteca Nacional
The 1930s-era Palacio de la Cultura (Palace of Culture) housed the National Congress until 1994. The historic building now houses the...
Inside the Palacio de la Cultura y Biblioteca Nacional is the national museum. The timeline starts only 500 million years ago, as...
Bar La Cavanga
Take a taxi out to this 1950s-era gem, which stages live folk and jazz shows in the sketchy neighborhood near the Antigua Catedral.
Plaza de la Revolución information
Inaugurated in 1899 by national hero and original anti-American General José Santos Zelaya, this open plaza has been the scene of countless protests, parades, romances and more. On the northeast of the plaza rests the tomb of Sandinista commander Carlos Fonseca.