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El Salvador. The smallest country in the American Continent

El Salvador, the smallest country in Latin America, has vast tourism, great culture, and friendly people. El Salvador is also known as the land of volcanoes or the thumb of the Americas (El Pulgarcito de America.)

The country has an outstanding culture with great customs and traditions, such as the day of the cross, the Holy week, and the San Miguel Carnival. It also has plenty of tourist locations, for instance, the Cerro Verde National Park, the San Salvador Historic District, and wonderful beaches.

San Salvador, El Salvador Capital City.

San Salvador, El Salvador’s Capital City, is the largest urban area in the country. The Capital city is ideal for visiting or living; it has culture, tourism, and shopping; it is also the hub for government offices, large companies, and foreign entities.

The city of San Salvador is the ideal location for spending time as a tourist or making it a permanent residence. There is plenty to do and see in this city. The city has diverse cuisine options, great shopping, and excellent nightlife. It also has museums, iconic historic churches, well-known plazas, and famous buildings.

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Surf spots in El Salvador

The best surf spots in El Salvador. Do you know them?

The best surf spots in El Salvador are El Tunco, El Zonte, Punta Roca, El Sunzal, Las Flores, Punta Mango, and Mizata. These surf spots are visited by local and foreign surfers looking to ride some of the best right-hand point breaks in the region. It is not a secret … Read more

Izalco Volcano El Salvador

Izalco Volcano El Salvador. The Lighthouse of the Pacific.

Izalco volcano El Salvador is a massive stratovolcano located in the department of Santa Ana. Izalco volcano, also known as the lighthouse of the Pacific, is part of the Cerro Verde National Park that includes two other volcanoes, Santa Ana and Cero Verde. This volcano is considered one of the … Read more

El Salvador holidays and celebrations

El Salvador Celebrations. El Salvador Holidays and Traditions

El Salvador Celebrations include events such as Holy Week, the day of the cross, the July festivities, the August festival, the Nejapa balls of fire, all souls day, the national pupusa day, the San Miguel carnival, independence day, and Christmas. The Salvadoran holidays and traditions combine religious events with unique … Read more

El Salvador street foods

El Salvador street foods. Best Salvadoran Street Foods to try!

El Salvador is a country full of colorful customs and traditions; one of these traditions that don’t get much attention is eating street foods. The El Salvador street foods are not your traditional dishes that take longer to prepare; these are foods mainly eaten as snacks. Some of the best … Read more

Lakes in El Salvador

Lakes in El Salvador. Explore these natural wonders.

Lakes in El Salvador, such as Coatepeque, Ilopango, Guija, and Suchitlan, are a combination of astonishing volcanic calderas and a magnificent man-made lake. Visiting and exploring these lakes is a top thing to do in the country, either by locals or foreigners looking for fun activities to enjoy and experience. … Read more

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