Flights to Nicaragua
Nicaragua has been called the "Land of Lakes and Volcanoes", and it is true! Nicaragua has 19 active volcanoes and its two great lakes, Lake Managua (called Xolotlán by natives) and Lake Nicaragua (Cocibolca), cover around 10 percent of the countries surface area. Also home to Central America's longest rivers, gorgeous coastal lagoons, and hundreds of miles of Caribbean and Pacific coastline, a flight to Nicaragua guarantees a beautiful experience. Find a cheap flight to Nicaragua with Condor.
A flight to Nicaragua brings you to a land that is full of natural beauty and rich in culture. Beautiful colonial cities like Leon and Granada feel like a step back in time. Tourism is on the rise in this country, so you can be sure to find plenty of museums and modern accommodations. Take a look at the great flights to Nicaragua offered by us. We have cheap flights to fit your budget.
You can conveniently book a cheap flight to Nicaragua with Condor. Our flights land at Augusto Cesar Sandino International Airport near Managua. Cheap flights fly out of Dusseldorf, Paderborn / Lippstadt, Cologne / Bonn, Frankfurt, Hanover, Hamburg, Munich, and Stuttgart. A flight to Managua lasts between 12 and 15 hours, and a transfer is necessary. Find the most convenient flight for your schedule with Condor.
Augusto Cesar Sandino International Airport is located about 20 minutes by car from the city centre. After a long transatlantic flight, your best option may be to take a taxi to your final destination. You can do this at the airport or arrange transportation online before your arrival. You may also want to rent a car for the duration of your stay. This allows you to see as much of the country as you wish.
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Top sights in Nicaragua
This old colonial city on the Pacific coast is one of Nicaragua's most popular. Leon is a walkable city with plenty of museums and great restaurants. The highlight of Leon is its beautiful cathedral. Be sure to take a tour of the roof; the views of the city and the surrounding volcanoes are spectacular.
The Cerro Negro is one of the youngest volcanoes in the world. It is also one of the most active. The climb up can be strenuous but the views make it well worth it. Guided tours are readily available.
The island lies in the middle of Lake Nicaragua and is best reached from Granada. The island consists of two volcanoes, Concepción and Maderas, joined by a thin strip of land. The landscape is green and serene and is also home to a large population of howler monkeys.
Granada is a pretty, colonial town located on the shores of Lake Nicaragua. The old town is full of representative architecture as well as shops, museums, and restaurants. You can enjoy any number of water sports on the lake including sailing. An excursion to the nearby dormant Mombacho volcano is also a nice way to spend your time here.
Simply put, the Northern Highlands of Nicaragua are beautiful. Mountain chains breathe through lush green forests and waterfalls tumble and splash. There are also a number of coffee and tobacco plantations producing some of the best products in the world.