Mercado Huembes (Bulevard Don Bosco, cerca de Pista de la Solidaridad, Managua) – this is a popular market for local artists to sell their works. Here you can find lovely woven, painted and molded artworks which make marvelous souvenirs. Bright colors of embroidered works and painted ceramics will catch your eye and the patterns available […]
Plaza Inter (Av. Bolívar, Costado Norte del Hotel Crowne Plaza, Managua) – opened in 1998, this is a smaller mall compared to what’s now in Managua (with 65 stores). Much of what’s here are local & regional brand ítems that appeal to lower income locals (many ítems found here are cheaper “Made in China” goods).
Centro Comercial Managua (Colonia Centroaméricana e/Colegio Salvador Mendieta, Managua) – this shopping center was built a year alter the big earthquake in this country (1972), attracting over 200 mostly local and regional retailers.
Multicentro Las Americas (Semaforos de Villa Progreso 1 cuadra al Oeste, Managua) – this shopping center has around 147 retailers (competing with Galerias Santo Domingo and Metrocentro for the same upper & middle income consumers). This has become a favorite among families with small children.
Metrocentro (Paseo de la Unión Europea, Managua, Managua) – this is part of a chain of shopping malls located throughout Central America. The Managua branch of this mall chain has 120 retailers, a food court, a supermarket, and a movie theater. Adjacent to this mall is the upscale InterContinental Hotel.
Galerias Santo Domingo (km. 7 Carretera Masaya, Managua) – this is perhaps the most upscale mall not only in Managua, but anywhere in Nicaragua. This mall boasts over 130 retailers, including international brands such as Benetton, Guess, Kenneth Cole, Lacoste, Mango, Nine West, Nautica, Steve Madden, and Tommy Hilfiger. There are also over 20 restaurants, […]