Granada Nicaragua

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Granada Nicaragua is a colorful colonial city located on the northwest shore of Lake Nicaragua, about 45 minutes from the capital city of Managua. The population of Granada is about 115,000 people.

Nearly everything you could want in Granada is located within three blocks of the central park, making the city an almost ideal retirement village. And nearby are great outdoor recreational activities.

Nicaragua is also said to be the safest country in Central America. The days of the Sandinistas, Contras, and American CIA are long gone. But many people are still unaware of this, so Nicaragua remains uncrowded and a good value.

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Granada Nicaragua Video Trailer

This is the trailer for our 62-minute Granada Nicaragua Video. It includes interviews with eight expats describing what it’s like to live in Granada.

You can find lots of photos, videos and blogs about living in Granada, but our video is the best way to find out what it's really like to live there. To find out what living in Granada is really like, download our video. It may be even better than visiting for you, if you don't easily ask people you've just met everything you want to know about where they live.

"My wife and I just watched Live or Retire Overseas Granada. What a great video! Tremendous scenery of the area, a wealth of knowledge from both the author and several members of the expat community and an insider’s look at where we might live one day. Loved it and highly recommend it for anyone thinking about moving to this fascinating part of the world."
Bill Wickson
Los Angeles, CA
“Hearing about the experiences from real people that were not paid to do the video was a big plus for me. I wanted to hear the honest opinions of other people that made the leap of faith to live in another country.”
Deb Knust
Minneapolis, MN

Granada Video Details

Run time: 62 minutes
Resolution: 1280×720 HD
Download Size: 1.7 GB
Price: US$14.97

Chapters: • Introduction • Cost of Living • Food • Eating Out • Shopping • Things to Do • Speaking Spanish • People and Culture • Safety • Medical Care • Transportation • Hotels and Hostels • Rentals • Homes for Sale • Communications • Volunteer Opportunities • Final advice

Expats: Darrell Bushnell • Lilly Filipow • Carlos Gutierrez • Rolien Kappen • Helen Korengold • Jim Lynch • Carol Lynch • Bertina Mensinck • Warren Ogden

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