The statue of Sandino can be seen from many places in the city. An impressive structure. Not only can you get an excellent view of Managua but there are some historical landmarks up on this hill. It has been planned so that you can take your time and enjoy the view. We did not do the zip line but a... 更多
Tiscapa provides a stunning view of the history of Managua. Looking toward the lake you can still see the areas surrounding the mercado which were leveled by the 72 earthquake, and then revolution square and the old cathedral. The ampitheater and old baseball stadium as well. After that the lake and volcano on chiltepe. Looking southeast you can see the... 更多
There's a lot of things to see here. However, I'd HIGHLY recommend the zip line! There are three lines you can take. The first two are 500m long going high above the trees. The last line is 520m long and it goes over the lagoon. The zip lines are quite high in the air (50-200 ft high at various places),... 更多
I can see home from the top of the 'Loma', a historical site in Managua. You can see all the city and imagine how it has grown over decades. Don't miss the museum: there are some stairs which will take you to one of the horror places in Managua, now converted in a Museum. It needs some improvement in terms... 更多
We came here with a church group for the zip line- I didn't realize it was a historical area until after we arrived. We had 30 people do the zipline and they did a great job getting is through. If you have zipped before it's pretty fun, but not a big adrenaline rush. They were very aware of safety.
Yes, it's just a statue on a hill, but just below at the same park is a terrific display with a guide to tell about the struggles of Nica. Everything is in Spanish.
It´s a really nice place if you would like to relax and know a little bit more about Augusto C. Sandino and our country´s history along with its art. You can also enyoy its beautiful view to Managua including our Xolotlan lake and volcanos.
General Sandino was a patriotic who went to the mountains to fight the dictatorship of the Somoza dynasty. He was assassinated by General Anastacio Somoza, the founder of the Somoza dynasty. There is nothing special about this place. Just a good view of Managua.