Once the capital of Nicaragua during colonial period, streets León brim over with colonial styles. Aside from the architectural beauty of the streets, tourists can pay a visit to the historical old Leon Cathedral, considered as the most beautiful and publicly acknowledged as the largest one in Central America. For those who like to learn about the living environment of Rubén Darío, tourists can pay a visit to Museo Rubén Darío. The old ancient relic site in León has already enlisted as one of the world heritages by UNESCO.
Located on the west of Granada Lake, Granada enjoys rich history and tourism resources that will lead tourists feel abundant colonial styles. Besides, tourists can take a boat on the lake to have a view of the beautiful scenery and the wonder sight of island in the lake. Not only tourists can overlook of the city and the sceneries of lake area from the natural reserve of Volcán Mombacho, but also embrace the sight of the ecology of fauna and flora around the volcanic area.
29km away from Managua, the capital, Masaya Province is the most densely populated in Nicaragua. The city is well known for its handcrafts and Nicaraguan cuisines and is also the largest national distribution center for handcraft products. With its reputation as "Flower City (Ciudad de las flores)", the city is acknowledged as the greatest craft hub for Nicaraguan folk handicraft in 1999. The market for handcraft products will be open on each Thursday when varieties of artworks will be on sales, and tourists can also enjoy the leisure time of watching spectacular folk dance and singing performances. In addition, tourists can have a view of five volcanic cones in Parque Nacional Volcán Masaya, considered by tourists as one of the most gorgeous volcanoes in Central America.