Cerámica Negra Tradicional
Iglesia Catedral San Pedro
Built in 1874, Matagalpa's glorious whitewashed neoclassical cathedral is flooded with light. Inside the sanctuary are a natural wood...
Matagalpa Tours offers nearly a dozen interesting and enriching ways to get into this city and the surrounding countryside. In Matagalpa...
Escuela de Español Colibri
This popular school inside Matagalpa Tours offers one-on-one Spanish classes, plenty of cultural activities and volunteer placements for...
Hands down the grooviest bar-cafe in town. There’s an all-dark-wood dining room, a large patio, great coffee, and a young, hipster crowd...
It looks posh from the outside, but go in to enjoy cheap authentic Mexican food prepared by the owner/chef from Guadalajara and served...
Cerámica Negra Tradicional information
Lonely Planet review
Matagalpa, along with Jinotega, is known for its smooth, heavy black pottery, an effect achieved by specially preparing the volcanic clay, firing it until red hot, then removing bowls and pots with tongs and tossing cedar ashes over them. Cerámica Negra Tradicional, two blocks east of the cathedral, offers pieces by Doña Ernestina Rodríguez, including jewelry and tiny tea sets. There are several other shops nearby.