Granada’s colonial style of architecture attracts tourists from all over the world. There has been much work over the past years to restore some of the ancient buildings and churches. Because the city was created before the advent of motorized vehicles, many of the streets now are only one-way traffic.
When the railroad took people from the Caribbean to the Pacific, Granada was one of the main stops. Although the train no longer exists, the station has been converted to a museum to commemorate the existence.