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Few places exist in the world that offer beautiful natural landscapes, incredibly well-preserved colonial architecture, and authentic cobble-stoned streets that have not been compromised by an endless supply of tourists -- Suchitoto is one of these rare gems that has managed to avoid this trap. Only a one-and-a-half- …
Playa El Tunco is arguably one of the most popular surfing destinations in Central America. Hordes of people come here both to learn how to surf and to live the surfing lifestyle everyday with El Tunco's amazing waves. You can hire surfboards and have surfing lessons here for a cheap price, or just hang out on the …
Santa Ana is the second-biggest city in El Salvador. Its colonial architecture, manageable size, beautiful surrounding natural landscapes, and comparative security compared to the capital city San Salvador make this one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. The city is conveniently located just off …
Juayúa, a relaxing and memorable destination in small-town El Salvador, is one of the towns on El Salvador's Ruta de los Flores, the Route of Flowers. The towns are quiet and colorful, surrounded by fields of coffee. Juayúa is bigger than some of the other towns, with more services and a choice of Juayúa hostels. Be …
San Salvador is the capital of El Salvador, as well as the financial, cultural, and social center of the country. The host of many Olympic-level tournaments, San Salvador has much to see; do; and of course, eat. The city offers an impressive list of everything from music concerts, art, sports, architecture, and dining …