El Salvador Cultural – 5 Days

Day 1 – Welcome. A member of our team will be picked up at the International Airport and taken to your hotel in San Salvador.

Day 2 – Visit the Museum of Anthropology David J Guzman, to have an excellent panorama and introduction to customs, life, prehispanic history of ancient civilizations that once populated the Salvadoran and left a legacy that still continues living in the day by day in our town. Then we will embark on the road to La Ruta de Las Flores. In this tour you will have the opportunity to visit and visit the five most picturesque colonial towns with the highest cultural tradition in the western part of El Salvador, enjoy a pleasant climate, producers of coffee, fertile lands that show us a colorful route with the mixture of aromas of the zone.

Day 3 – We will have the opportunity to visit El Salvador’s largest colonial town, Suchitoto, the birthplace of art and culture in El Salvador, a historic colonial city with cobbled streets, incomparable beauty houses and rich cultural traditions. Part of its unique beauty is its location on the shores of Lake Suchitlán. We will continue to the beautiful town of La Palma, a picturesque Salvadoran city, characterized by handcrafted wood and pottery crafts and export quality.

Day 4 – City Tour. We will discover the famous Salvadoran capital, one of the most densely populated of Central America, we will discover the history related by its most emblematic monuments, the beauty of its peculiar historical center with the Metropolitan Cathedral of San Salvador, the National Palace, National Theater and its famous Church The Rosary with an architectonic wealth unique in the continent. We will visit La Puerta del Diablo, an imposing rock formation full of legends, which offers a spectacular panorama of 365 Salvadoran territory. We will analyze with a visit to the peaceful colonial city of Panchimalco, known for being the cradle of painters and sculptors. We will visit the Casa Taller Encuentro and one of the oldest colonial churches of El Salvador: Santa Cruz of Rome Church that dates from the year 1732.

Day 5 – Airport Transfer. At the appointed time we will pick you up at your hotel, with enough time to go to the National Handicraft Market, to make your last purchases. Transfer to the International Airport of El Salvador. End of our services

 

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