Granada is a Nicaraguan city located on the shores of Lake Nicaragua. The city is the home to many Spanish colonial landmarks that has the imprint of survival after repeated pirate invasions. The main attraction of the city is its main plaza i.e. the Central Park. The park is dominated by the colorful, vibrant, neoclassical facade of the Cathedral of Granada, which belongs to 1583. The other attractions of the city include
- Iglesia La Merced
When you have come to Granada, you can start your tour by visiting one of the most beautiful churches in the city, Iglesia La Merced. This is a landmark and was built in the year 1534. The bell tower here gives a spectacular view during sunset, and this is a picturesque moment. The church has been damaged many times by pirates and forces of William Walker and has been restored. The church has the important image of the Virgen De Fátima Reserva Natural Laguna de Apoyo.
- Reserva Natural Laguna De Apoyo
The 200m-deep, belong to 200-centuries-old, Crater Lake is said to be the deepest and clearest lake in the country. This is the best place to visit for travelers who love peace and want to spend some time with nature. This is a natural reserve technically, but, the wild area has numbers of hotels near the shore of the lake.
- Mi Museo
If you love history, this is the museum you should visit. The museum displays a private assortment of ceramics dated from 2000 BC to the present time. There is a huge collection, which is admired and surprising.
- Museo De Chocolate
If you are travelling you’re your kids, Granada’s new chocolate museum is the place you should visit. This is entertaining and exciting, both. Here, you and your kids will get the opportunity not only to watch the chocolate preparation process, but also try hand making Nicaraguan chocolate bar. The museum also has chocolate spa, which you can enjoy giving a small amount of fee.
You can get more information about Granada from the travel planners.