Granada, Nicaragua
Granada, Nicaragua
Granada, Nicaragua

5 Tips for Living in Granada, Nicaragua

By Betsy Burlingame

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Expats love Granada, Nicaragua for its colonial architecture, rich history and thriving expat community. In this article, we cover cost-of-living in Granada, safety, real estate, health care and more.

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Betsy Burlingame Betsy Burlingame is the Founder of Expat Exchange. She launched Expat Exchange in 1997 as her Master's thesis project at NYU. Some of Betsy's more popular articles include 6 Best Places to Live in Costa Rica, 12 Things to Know Before Moving to The Dominican Republic and 7 Tips for Obtaining Residence in Italy. Betsy loves to travel and spend time with her family. Connect with Betsy on LinkedIn.


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icaj
Jan 2, 2016 10:18

Wow - it all sounds wonderful. I am currently living and working as a university teacher in Istanbul and want to leave at the end of the academic year - july 2016. I have been teaching and travell?ng now for 8 years , as a solo 50+ teacher of Scottish extraction - and I would be grateful t hear about good language schools where I can LEARN Spanish and opportunities for teaching English - and most importantly are there swimming pools in Leon and tennis courts in Grenada ? and ex-pats of my age, who enjoy travelling, tennis, reading and learning about other cultures? Hope so - ?t all looks so pretty and peaceful.

Suziemiki
Dec 10, 2016 12:02

Hi, wonderful comments, as I too found Granada a friendly, helpful community. Loved the monthly street stage performances with its dancing and live music. Belonged to a expat group on Sundays that held a worship hour. Ran a Bnb and most tourists preferred Nicaragua to Costa Rica for its prices and friendliness.

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Granada, Nicaragua: Cost of Living, Healthcare and What to Know About Living in Granada

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Meet other people living in Granada.

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Expats and global nomads in Granada share their experiences with health insurance, healthcare in Nicaragua, local hospitals and specialists, quality of medical care and more.

Moving to Granada, NicaraguaMoving to Granada, Nicaragua

Expats offer advice about everything you need to know before moving to Granada: what to bring (and what to leave behind), how to find housing and more.

Real Estate GranadaHomes for Sale & Apartments for Rent in Granada

Real estate listings in Granada.

Retiring in GranadaRetiring in Granada

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Granada, NicaraguaExpats Talk about Living in Granada

Expats share their experiences living in Granada, Nicaragua and offer advice about meeting people, schools and more.

ContributeContribute
Help other expats and newcomers by answering questions about the challenges and adventures of living in Granada.

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An expat who retired in Granada, Nicaragua appreciates the low cost of living in Nicaragua, walking along Calle la Calzada, hanging out with other expats at the Cacao Pool Club and year-round warm climate.

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