Growing interest in Managua
Private entrepreneurs and government officials are committed to the growth of the tourism industry in the capital cityEl Puerto Salvador Allende, un lugar en el que se reúnen turistas nacionales y extranjeros
CENTRAL EDITORIAL 01/08/2014
tursitas in Puerto Salvador Allende
The Puerto Salvador Allende, a place where local and foreign tourists gather
The Nicaraguan capital seeks to become an attractive place for visitors and domestic tourists and foreign commitment evidenced in the development of a major infrastructure expansion.
Managua accounts for 19 percent of the hotels in Nicaragua with 166 establishments, a total of 873 that exist in the country. That allowed housing capacity to accommodate 339,000 tourists entered the country at the Airport “Augusto C. Sandino” in 2013.
The capital’s tourist infrastructure has three thousand 571 rooms, which restaurants are added with a wide range of national and international cuisine, as well as natural attractions, historical sites and places full of curiosities to the attention of national and foreign tourists, even more interest in the communal festivities.
Among the sites with tourism potential the old city center, the circuit shall exploit the beauties of Lake Managua and Puerto Salvador Allende is included. There the government plans to invest 6.5 million dollars in hotel infrastructure works, but private investment could be nine times.