Main cities of Nicaragua

This beautiful city of narrow cobblestone streets represents the best in Spanish colonial architecture in the country. An intellectual vitality envelopes the city with its universities, and Central America’s largest cathedral is the jewel at center of town.
The oldest city in Central America, this charming, colonial town has become a favorite destination the world over with its mix of Nicaraguan baroque and neoclassical style. You’ll find many excellent restaurants in this colorful relaxed town as well.
Masaya has long been the center for Nicaraguan culture, and is renowned for its folklore and artisanal craftwork including ceramics, leather, fabric and woodwork.
This colorful and energetic city is the economic heartbeat of the country. There are several fine museums, private art galleries and popular performances at the national theater. The nightlife of Managua is vibrant and exciting with numerous fine restaurants and clubs.