Granada was, by far, my favorite place in Nicaragua. Yeah, I guess I’m a bit spoiled, and Granada is so more easier to like than everything else I visited in Nicaragua, so it is possible that if I had longer to linger and explore the rest and took more time to get used to things, I would have come to enjoy other parts as much. But, for now, for me, Granada is as good as it gets. Colonial feel, lots of attractions, wide selection of places to hang out, bars, pubs, and restaurants with great food from around the world. There are quick getaways that offer even more highlights, such as the Isletas de Granada, volcanos, strange run-down fort/jails, lots to see and explore.

I spent a few days in Granada, coming in and out, and I never got bored. Below is a photo summary some of the local Granada life, and the main attractions areas to explore.

 

My first hotel stay… a great casa… Hotel La Posada Del Sol

 

 

The main square at night…

 

 

Nearby early morning, waking up…

 

 

Main square day time…

 

 

Going up to one of the bell towers of Iglesia La Merced for a view of Granada from above…

 

 

The San Francisco Convent turned folk culture museum…

 

 

My second hotel stay, an even nicer casa…  Hotel Casa La Merced

 

 

Walking to explore towards the west…

 

 

and back to the main square at the city central park…

 

 

This time going up the bell tower of Iglesia Catedral Inmaculada Concepción de María…

 

 

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Tags: central park; central square; Granada; Hotel Casa La Merced; Hotel La Posada Del Sol; Iglesia Catedral Inmaculada Concepción de María; Iglesia La Merced; Nicaragua; San Francisco Convent;


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