El Salvador’s capital offers you the chance to discover the History, Culture, Nature, and Local Flavors of Central America country.

Do you know why El Salvador is known as the Land of the Volcanoes? Which is the connection between the 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 city’s historical spots, monuments, landmarks, and buildings.

Get ready to experience El Salvador from a different perspective. A charismatic local 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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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Traditional Lunch (From 10 EUR, by your choice)
  • El Rosario Church Admission Fee
  • Tin Marin, Children's Museum Admission Fee

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    El Rosario Church

    The modern architectural design that departs from the traditional style of Salvadoran Catholic churches, El Rosario Church is the most remarkable and memorable landmark in the nation's capital and country. It distinguishes itself from other churches not because of its history but because of its modern, striking appearance. The best time to visit El Rosario is early in the morning or late in the afternoon, when the light reflected from the stained glass has the most dramatic effect.

  • 2

    Libertad Plaza

    Libertad Plaza, or Liberty Square, was the place where the expansion of the city began in the mid-16th century and has remodeled in January 2018. It is the only square in the Historic Center of San Salvador that has preserved its location since its creation around 1545. This is where the independence struggle of all of Central America began.

  • 3

    Metropolitan Cathedral of San Salvador

    San Salvador Cathedral, the Latin Catholic church which the site is the place where the old Temple of Santo Domingo once stood. Its outstanding architecture and style make the Cathedral one of the unique and stunning churches full of history.

  • 4

    Tin Marin, Children's Museum

    One of the kid-friendly activities sites in San Salvador that packed with interactive exhibits, including a dinosaur park and a pretend grocery store with a fun playing environment that reinforces children's learning.

Meeting Point

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

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.