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The capital of Nicaragua, Managua is one of the largest and most representative cities in all Central America. After becoming the capital of the republic in the mid 19th century, Villa de Santiago de Managua, as it is officially called, was destroyed after a violent earthquake in 1972; it is still rebuilding itself from the ruins.

Managua and the Republic have a warm climate throughout the year. Like its neighboring countries, this tropical climate makes it an ideal destination in any season.
Within the city, tourists should see the theater of Ruben Darío, a cultural symbol for the country’s nationalists, the new cathedral of Managua, the Palace of Culture, the Hill of Tiscapa and the tracks of Acahualinca. But these represent only a small part of the immense cultural and ecological patrimony that Nicaragua offers. The republic of Nicaragua is an experience that combines history, hospitality, natural beauty spots and beautiful beaches.
Among the country’s principal attractions is the island of Ometepe, Masaya Volcano National Park, San Juan del Sur and its gold-mining history, Grenadas, the Islets and Mombacho, a swim in the Pacific, the city of Leon, and Corn Island, a small Caribbean paradise. This is a unique destination for those who are looking for an unforgettable experience.

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Managua today 27°C
27°C | 25°C

In Managua we will have moderate rain, a rise in temperature is expected; dress in soft clothing.

    • Friday
    • 27°C | 24°C
    • Saturday
    • 28°C | 23°C
    • Sunday
    • 29°C | 25°C