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Well I did not actually get to go inside because the guard stop letting people in at 3:30 . We begged to go inside but he declined . We even offered to pay him extra he smiled and then his boss came and told us...More
if you can actuallly speak Spanish and go to see a play and/or concert to this theater, go and do yourself that favor. Warning though: foreigners should go by car/taxi and park on a parking which is off to the side of it but hard...More
This theatre is the oldest in Central America. It was built in French Renaissance style. Today it is one of the few buildings renovated in the city centre. Its Great Hall and the Dome are indeed beautiful. Nowadays it still hosts concerts, theatre plays and...More
The National Theater still hosts some formal events, and in spite of the trouble getting there (parking spots are hard to find and the area, and if you park on the street, your car might be vandalized), once you enter it is in a state...More
Tip: the area seems safe. We had no problems. Normally locals are nice and helpful. The tourism agency (proyecto Turismo Nocturno) organizes tours at night in this area. You should check the dates in advance. http://turismo.laprensagrafica.com/2011/06/de-noche-el-centro-es-historico .
Pros: oldest theather in Central America (1911-1917), very...More