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10 Best Places to Visit in El Salvador

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El Salvador Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit

Planning to visit El Salvador? Check out our El Salvador Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in El Salvador.

Top Places to visit in El Salvador:
Lake Ilopango, San Salvador, El Boqueron National Park, Lago de Coatepeque, Cathedral of Santa Ana, Tazumal, National Palace, San Salvador Cathedral, Monumento al Divino Salvador del Mundo, Estadio Cuscatlán, Teatro Nacional de El Salvador, Casa Blanca, El Salvador, Casa Presidencial, Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen, Estadio Óscar Quiteño

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10 must visit places in El Salvador

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Mira mas fotos y lugares de El Salvador

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El Salvador Travel Video Guide - El Salvador sneaks up on you: in lefty lounge bars in San Salvador, at sobering museums and war memorials, and along lush cloud-forest trails; it's a place of remarkable warmth and intelligence, made all the more appealing for being so unexpected. Travellers tend to skip El Salvador, wooed by marquee destinations such as Guatemala and Costa Rica, and unnerved by stories of civil war and gang violence. But the war ended almost 20 years ago, and crime, while serious, is almost exclusively played out between rival gangs; tourists are virtually never involved.

El Salvador Travel Fact: And though El Salvador has fewer protected areas than its neighbors, you get them practically to yourself -- including pristine forests, active volcanoes and sparkling lakes. The only place you might find a crowd is on Punta Roca, El Salvador's most famous surfing spot -- it happens to be one of the best right point breaks in the world, yet is a ghost town compared to lesser swells in Costa Rica and elsewhere. And when it comes to cities, none in Central America is smarter or cooler than San Salvador, with first-rate universities, museums and galleries, a vibrant bar and live-music scene, and an array of progressive NGOs, both local and international.

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Lugares Turísticos De El Salvador│The best tourist attractions in El Salvador

Estos son unos de los lugares más visitados en nuestro querido El Salvador.




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My journey through El Salvador from hiking the volcanoes to visiting cultural sites beyond the capital of San Salvador. Read the complete guide at:

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Dominican Republic Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit

Planning to visit Dominican Republic? Check out our Dominican Republic Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Dominican Republic.

Top Places to visit in Dominican Republic:
Bávaro, Basilica Cathedral of Santa María la Menor, 27 Waterfalls, Altos de Chavón, Catalina Island, Dominican Republic, Columbus Lighthouse, Fortaleza Ozama, Los Haitises National Park, Museo de las Casas Reales, National Palace, Pico Duarte, Macao Beach, Monasterio de San Francisco, Monumento de Santiago, Museo Del Ambar

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Nicaragua Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit

Planning to visit Nicaragua? Check out our Nicaragua Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Nicaragua.

Top Places to visit in Nicaragua:
Corn Islands, Laguna de Apoyo Nature Reserve, Islets of Granada, Masaya Volcano, Indio Maiz Biological Reserve, Leon Cathedral, Montelimar Beach, Mombacho Volcano, Iglesia de La Merced, ChocoMuseo Granada, Mirador del Cristo de la Misericordia, Catedral de Granada, Puerto Salvador Allende, Museum El Ceibo, Guadalupe Church Granada

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EL SALVADOR ADVENTURE GUIDE! | El Tunco Surf & Waterfall rappelling

Your ultimate guide to the best things to do in El Salvador. Surfing, hiking, waterfalls, El Tunco, San Salvador. Have questions? Ask below!
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TASTING IGUANA EGGS & LOCAL COFFEE - TRAVELLING IN EL SALVADOR

2 young adventurers head out of part 1 of the adventure of a lifetime! The first leg of their quest to visit every country in the world to obtain their Global Degree, the gang travels to Central & South America, vlogging and making helpful country by country video guides along the way. Stay tuned for all the top tips on where to stay, what to eat and all the best things to do while backpacking!

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Mike and Alex visit El Salvador, nicknamed the Land of Volcanoes, in South America. Watch the boys travel around exploring the best of what the country has to offer.

Highlights include a tour of a local coffee plantation to learn about brewing methods, acidity levels and roast types; a spot of amateur surfing in the surfer's paradise El Sunzal; local delicacies such as iguana eggs and papusa; introducing the locals to Dubstep; party time in San Salvador; and fancy dress at La Casa Mazeta Hostel.

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It has been 9 years since the last time I visited El Salvador. This trip honestly meant the world to me
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25 Best Places to Visit in Central America - Central America Travel Guide

Central America Travel Guide: 25 Best Places to Visit in Central America.

List of Countries in Central America: Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama.

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El Salvador Impressive! - El Salvador Travel Video

Visit El Salvador and enter a world of lakes, volcanoes, and stunning cities.


From the historic church and nightlife of the capital San Salvador to the incredible Mayan ruins of Joya de Cerén, El Salvador is a beautiful, exotic country just waiting to be explored. Before you travel to El Salvador, watch this video and discover a number of tourist routes based around different themes like El Salvadorean food, Mayan Ruins, eco tourism, and adventure.

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El Salvador, officially the Republic of El Salvador (Spanish: República de El Salvador, literally Republic of The Savior; Pipil: Kūskatan), is the smallest and the most densely populated country in Central America. The country's capital city and largest city is San Salvador. Important cultural and commercial centers for Central America on the whole include Santa Ana and San Miguel. El Salvador borders the Pacific Ocean on the south, and the countries of Guatemala to the west and Honduras to the north and east. Its easternmost region lies on the coast of the Gulf of Fonseca, opposite Nicaragua. As of 2013, El Salvador had a population of approximately 6,290,420 people, composed predominantly of Mestizos.

The colón was the official currency of El Salvador from 1892 to 2001, when it adopted the U.S. Dollar.

In 2010 El Salvador ranked twelfth among Latin American countries in terms of the Human Development Index and fourth in Central America (behind Panama, Costa Rica, and Belize), due in part to ongoing rapid industrialization.

The indigo plant (called añil in Spanish), which yielded a rich blue dye, was El Salvador's most important crop during the colonial period; its place was taken by coffee in the second half of the 19th century. Between 1871 and 1927 coffee production so dominated the country's economy that it was known as the Coffee Republic, and by the early 20th century, coffee accounted for 90 percent of the country's export earnings. Its importance to the economy began to decline after the Great Depression; by 1987 it was responsible for half of export earnings, and by 2004 coffee production accounted for only 7 percent.

Civilization in El Salvador dates to its settlement by the Native American Pipil people, Nahua speaking groups who migrated from Mexico in the centuries before the European conquest and occupied the central and western regions. They called their territory Cuzcatlan, a Pipil word meaning The Place of Precious Jewels, hispanicized as Cuzcatlán. The people of El Salvador today are variably referred to as Salvadoran, while the term Cuzcatleco is commonly used to identify someone of Salvadoran heritage.

In pre-Columbian times the country was also inhabited by various other Native American peoples, including the Lenca, a Chilanga Lencan-speaking group who settled in the eastern highlands. Cuzcatlan was the larger domain until the Spanish conquest. Since El Salvador resided on the eastern edge of the Mayan Civilization, the origins of many of El Salvador's ruins are controversial. However, it is widely agreed that Mayans likely occupied the areas around Lago de Guija and Cihuatan. Other ruins such as Tazumal, Joya de Ceren and San Andres may have been created by the Pipil or the Mayan or possibly both.

In 1520 the indigenous population of the territory had been reduced by 80% due to the smallpox epidemic that affected the Mesoamerican area. The Spanish Admiral Andrés Niño led an expedition to Central America and disembarked on Meanguera island, which he named Petronila, in the Gulf of Fonseca, on May 31, 1522. Thereafter he discovered Jiquilisco Bay on the mouth of Lempa River. This was the first known visit by Spaniards to what is now Salvadoran territory.

In 1524, after participating in the conquest of Mexico, Spanish Conquistadors led by Pedro de Alvarado and his brother Gonzalo crossed the Rio Paz (Peace River) from the area comprising the present Republic of Guatemala into what is now the Republic of El Salvador. The Spaniards were disappointed to discover that the indigenous Pipil people had no gold or jewels like those they had found in Guatemala or Mexico, but recognized the richness of the verdant land's volcanic soil.

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