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What to Do in El Salvador

  • Metropolitan Cathedral of the Holy Savior

    Do not miss the opportunity to visit one of the newest Roman Catholic cathedrals and enjoy its unique atmosphere.

  • El Boqueron National Park

    Visit a beautiful park, located in the crater of San Salvador volcano, walk through its trails and enjoy the nature!

  • National Palace

    Take a walk in the historic center of the city and don't forget to visit this beautiful historic building, a unique National Monument.

  • Santa Ana Volcano

    The highest volcano in El Salvador offers a unique hiking experience! Take a guided tour and enjoy the stunning views from the top of the volcano!

  • Lake Coatepeque

    Visit a unique volcanic lake with a crystal blue water surrounded by beautiful nature. A popular place for travelers as well as locals.

  • Lake Ilopango

    The second largest and one of the most beautiful crater lakes in the country is located near the capital city and surrounded by greenery.

  • Monument to the Savior of the World

    An intriguing monument depicting Jesus Christ standing on the globe represents the state of El Salvador and Salvadorean people.

  • Bicentennial Park

    A nice park where you can take a walk, ride a bike or just have a rest and relax. A nice place to visit especially on sunny days.

  • Plaza Libertad

    Discover the Monument of the Heroes, and portals of the West and Dalia, which are located in the park.

  • El Sunzal Beach

    It takes only about 30 minuts to get from the San Salvador city centre to this beautiful place perfect for surfing.

  • National Theater of El Salvador

    Discover this historic architectural gem and the oldest theater in Central America and enjoy its extraordinary atmosphere.

  • Morazan Square

    Explore the monument built in honor of general Francisco Morazán and a popular resting place of many locals as well as tourists.

  • Gerardo Barrios Square

    A square in the heart of the city with a bronze statue of the former president Gerardo Barrios.

  • Monument to the Revolution

    Visit the Museum of Art and explore its near surroundings. A monument was built in order to commemorate the uprising in the late 1940s.

  • Monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero Airport (SAL)

  • National Handicrafts Market

    Discover traditional clothing, buy souvenirs and handicraft made by artisans from all over the country and enjoy the market's unique atmosphere.

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