Colors of Granada

Granada is a small colonial town on the shore of Lake Nicaragua, just 40 minutes from Managua. It’s in many ways similar to Antigua in Guatemala and Trinidad in Cuba, with its charming streets, colorful houses and old buildings/churches.

We only spent one and a half day in the town, and spent the time walking around in the streets, eating and drinking at the many good restaurants, and generally getting a feel for the town. We would love to come back some day and spend some more time here!

Colors of Granada

Red wall

Iglesia La Merced

Main street

Street food

Barberia

More photos from Granada and our travels in Nicaragua can be found here.

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