City Tour and Joya de Cerén StopOver Tour

Explore our Mayan archaeological wealth and discover the largest city in the country from the economic and demographic point of view, having a close contact with the Salvadoran culture. Dare to leave the airport!

We will begin our trip in Joya de Cerén, declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1993, known as the Pompeii of America. The only place within the Mayan domain where we can know the way of life of an agricultural community. The food, the way of life, its true day to day; all this stopped in time because of a nearby volcanic explosion that preserved the history for 1400 years.

We will continue with our trip, returning from Joya de Ceren to the capital, where we will get to know the most important and representative monuments of El Salvador, such as the “Monument to the Revolution”, the monument “El Salvador del Mundo”, Cuscatlán Park, until reaching the historical center, there we will have a memorable experience visiting La Plaza Barrios, where you will have an approach to the true day to day of the Salvadorans, you will know the Metropolitan Cathedral, the National Palace, the National Theater, Liberty Square, Rosario, with one of the most beautiful and unique architectures in the continent.

Dive into this memorable experience.

At the end of the tour we will leave you in time at the airport for your next flight, with the security of having fallen in love with El Salvador.

It includes
Airport Departure Tax Exemption Procedure, Private Tour, recent comfortable car transport, professional tour guide, transfer to and from the airport, bottle of water, all tickets and all taxes

Important note. It is indispensable the complete information of passport number and flight itinerary of the people who take the tour, to carry out the process of tax exemption with the tourism ministry.

Not Included
Drinks (except specified), lunches, tips (optional)

What to Brig?
•Comfortable shoes
•Light clothing
•Photographic camera
• Sweater or jacket

Available from Tuesday to Sunday

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