El Salvador’s capital offers you the chance to discover the History, Culture, Nature and Local Flavors of the Central America country. Why El Salvador is known as the Land of the Volcanoes? Which is the connection between Nahuatl language and El Salvador? Who are called guanacos in El Salvador? Why do people pay with US Dollars in San Salvador? You will have the chance to start the day with a walk on the majestic San Salvador and then enjoy a walking tour around the historical spots, monuments, landmarks, and buildings from the city. Get ready to experience El Salvador from a different perspective. A local charismatic guide will reveal interesting facts about San Salvador.

  • Ride to Volcano
  • Walk at El Boquerón National Park
  • Back to San Salvador
  • Zona Rosa
  • Salvador del Mundo
  • Monumento a la Revolución
  • Parque Cuscatlán
  • Civil War Memorial
  • Old Downtown
  • Lunch Stop (+ Extra Fee)
  • National Palace
  • Libertad Square 
  • Barrios and Morazán
  • Metropolitan Cathedral 
  • Tomb of Archbishop Romero
  • El Rosario Church
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7 hours

Meeting Point

SITRAMSS Salvador del Mundo Station (San Salvador, El Salvador) See Map