El Salvador Culture
National Pupusa Day, November 13, 2022. All you Need to Know About this Salvadoran Holiday
National Pupusa Day is a Salvadoran national holiday celebrated on the second Sunday in November. National Day of Pupusas is a festivity traditionally celebrated in El Salvador and cities worldwide with a prominent Salvadoran population. The National Pupusa Day celebration was enacted by a Legislative decree in 2005. The same … Read more
All Souls Day El Salvador. Remembering Those Who Passed Away
All Souls Day in El Salvador is a day when families and friends pay tribute to those who have passed away. The Day of the Dead in El Salvador is a yearly tradition; Salvadoran visit cemeteries, clean graves, pray or go to church to remember loved ones who are no … Read more
Christmas in El Salvador. Everything You Need to Know
Christmas in El Salvador is a holiday full of customs and traditions; it includes family gatherings, cooking unique foods, setting off fireworks, attending church, and creating nativity scenes. These Christmas celebrations are a significant part of the country’s culture that has been passed on for generations. Salvadorans celebrate Christmas on … Read more
The San Miguel Carnival in El Salvador. What you need to know!
The San Miguel Carnival in El Salvador takes place every year on the last Saturday in November; it begins at 10 pm and runs until the following morning. During the carnival, the main streets of San Miguel are packed with visitors enjoying the different types of musical events and other … Read more
El Salvador culture. Getting to know Salvadoran Culture.
El Salvador culture is a blend of Spanish and Native American cultures that began during colonial times. The modern Salvadoran culture today is influenced heavily by Latin American, United States, and European cultures. In the last 40 years, over 3 million Salvadorans have lived outside the country, most of them … Read more
Independence Day in El Salvador. The September 15th Celebrations.
Independence day in El Salvador is celebrated yearly on September 15th; this date is a commemoration of the country’s 1821 independence from Spain. El Salvador observes Independence Day with other Central American nations, which declared independence from Spanish Rule on September 15th, 1821. On September 15th, 1821, El Salvador, Guatemala, … Read more
El Salvador Landmarks. Most Famous Landmarks in El Salvador
El Salvador landmarks are impressive. The most famous landmarks in El Salvador are the Divine Savior of the World Monument, The National Cathedral, The National Palace, the Santa Ana Cathedral, Plaza Gerardo Barrios, Plaza Libertad, Coatepeque Lake, the Cathedral of San Miguel, and El Rosario Church. El Salvador is a … Read more