Matagalpa City Tour

Learn about the culture, economy, history, and way of life of the “Matagalpinos” in a unique tour designed to experience daily life in this important Nicaraguan city. We visit the “Foreigners’ Cemetery” (a national heritage site); the birthplace of Carlos Fonseca, now a museum of the martyred founder of the Sandinista National Liberation Front; the Coffee Museum; and the city center with its impressive cathedral. Get in touch with the locals, learn how to change money on the street, and observe the bootblacks of the central park. We finish with a visit to the Guanuca market, symbolic of the economic activity of the Nicaraguan countryside.


Transportation, bilingual (English-Spanish) guide and entrance fee


5 hrs

What to bring

Comfortable cloth and shoes.

Dates   Rates
From: 01 NOV 15 To: 31 DEC 19
Rate Adult $55
Children $25
Private $65
Private child $30
From: 01 JAN 20 To: 31 DEC 20
Rate Adult $86
Children $40
Private $99
Private child $46



Children’s policies: under 5 years old free of charge, children rate applies from 6-11 years old and must be accompanied by two adults; otherwise pay as an adult. Children over 12 years old pay as adult.


The minimum number of passengers require to operate this tour are: 2 pax

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