Granada Travel Guide

Articles about Granada

By Donna Heiderstadt
By Jason Wilson
We sped through the streets of Managua, avoiding oxcarts, stray dogs, secondhand school buses bursting with passengers, women carrying baskets of cheese-filled tortillas called quesillos, teenagers selling just about anything: newspapers, fruit dr...

Hotels in Granada

The hotel was originally built in the 16th century, and in 1995 sensitively restored. The 21 rooms, on two stories, are built around a large courtyard open to the sky. The floors of the rooms are gold-and–terra-cotta tile with a patina of age.

Restaurants in Granada

This dark, candlelit restaurant, despite the name (The Third Eye), wears its bohemianism lightly.