With the face-painting clown show, contests and the delivery of sweets to children, the Mayor's Office of Citizen Power of Managua reopened the Paseo Xolotlán Water Park on Sunday, April 10, after a day of maintenance of its infrastructure, which had Its objective is to provide a better service and attention to the families that visit it from different parts of the country.
These maintenance tasks consisted of repairing the slides, platforms and railings, as well as the general painting of this thematic space, which was built by the Sandinista Government to guarantee recreation and healthy recreation for Nicaraguan families.
The Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda Alvarado, was present at the reopening and explained that this space will be open from Monday to Sunday from 9:00 in the morning until 9:00 at night, with a symbolic entrance fee of 30 cordobas. .
Doña Sandra Sandoval from Masaya, said she was delighted with the attractions offered in this recreation area, "it is the first time that I am coming with my daughter and it is very nice, very beautiful, I love what the Good Government has done and entry is very cheap.