Arbol de Fuego

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Avenida Antiquo Cuscatian #11C, Col. La Sultana, San Salvador, El Salvador
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 27% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families100
  • Couples100
  • Solo100
  • Business88

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Forum Posts

Travel in and around San Salvador and Elsavador to Honduras

by june71

My friend and i will be in San Salvador on Feb 14,,planning to travel towards and into Honduras.Through Honduras to La Ceiba,stopping at some sights along the way.We are allowing 6 days to do this.Can we do this by bus,and is it safe,we are two adventurous senior ladies.What highlites could we visit along the way?Is it possible to go to Utila by boat from La Ceiba?We would so very much appreciate any info we could get.
Thank you in advance.

Re: Travel in and around San Salvador and Elsavador to Honduras

by travelintom2004

Of you have any interest at all in archeology/Maya civilization, I recommend that you visit Copan just over the Guatemala border in Honduras. The town of Ruinas Copan is safe, clean and quiet; a good place to stop and rest. For "senior ladies" the Hedman Alas bus line is probably the most comfortable and has a route from Guatemala City to La Ceiba with stops in Ruinas Copan and San Pedro Sula. More expensive than other bus lines but worth it, especially for an easy border crossing at La Florida. Have a good trip.

Re: Travel in and around San Salvador and Elsavador to Honduras

by wardski12

I did a similar trip this summer, your best bet is to head from San Salvador to San Miguel. Which should not cost you much at all. From San Miguel head north to Perquin. Spend a few days here if you can (make sure you visit el mozote). from Perquin a bus leaves daily to Marcala and from Marcala you can make your way to La Ceiba.

Re: Travel in and around San Salvador and Elsavador to Honduras

by TomJenner

Although I agree that a trip to Perquin is well worth it (I go up there for a weekend about once a month), it will not be the quickest route to La Ceiba. The border crossing at perquin has only just re-opened and I believe that the roads on the Honduran side are very poor. I do all my travel by car, so I can't help much with buses. The most direct route from San Salvador to La ceiba is to take CA2 north to cross the frontier at El Poy and then continues on to San Pedro Sula and on to La Ceiba. This is about 8 or 9 hours in a private car and I have done it a few times in one day. I believe that most (all?) buses go through Copan. As mentioned above, this is a great place to stop off on route, though I believe that you can do San Salvador to La Ceiba by bus in a day.
I hope you have a great trip. This is a fantastic part of the world.

Tom

Travel Tips for San Salvador

Local Flora

by mikey_e

El Salvador as a whole is rich in flora, particularly in those fruit-giving plants that provide the northern hemisphere with much of its tropical fruit. When visiting more rural areas of the capital and also the countryside, it is not uncommon to see areas of coffee plantations, as well as cashews, mangos, ginger, cocoa, papaya and other fruit trees and bushes. The cashew trees are perhaps the most interesting, as the cashew grows outside of the fruit, rather than in its centre. Visitors are also amazed by the spectacular variety of flowers that grow in the country, including many varieties of orchids. You can get a great view of them in Boquerón Park, where many women also (unfortunately) sell the flowers by the roadside.

Parque José María San Martín

by mikey_e

Parque José María San Martín lies at the heart of Santa Tecla. At one end of the park is a makeshift market that is, by far, much safer than the markets in the centre of San Salvador. The park also has great views of the surrounding hills and greenery, complimented by the central monument that grants it that feeling of being a quaint, provincial town. Another statue, dedicated to the famous Saint Theresa, lies in a corner of the park. Despite the violence and instability of the capital city, this park is an oasis of tranquility, and as such it attracts many families and ordinary citizens looking to be able to enjoy themselves outdoors without fear.

Museo Nacional de Antropología David J. Guzmán

by iwys

This is El Salvador's leading museum. It covers the archaeology, history, anthropology and crafts of the Salvadoran people. Exhibits range from pre-Columbian stone carvings and pottery to contemporary farm implements.

Opening hours: Tues-Sun 9am-5pm

Admission: $1.50

Palacio Nacional

by iwys

San Salvador's Palacio Nacional was built in neo-classical style, with Italian marble, in 1905 and was the government headquarters until it was badly damaged by an earthquake in 1986. It has since been renovated.

Shopping

by CLillard

Mercado de Artesanías is a good place to buy arts, crafts, and souvenirs. It is a 5 minute drive from Zona Rosa. You can ask the taxi to take you there.

They also have many malls. The biggest and grandest one is 'Las Galerías'.

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Address: Avenida Antiquo Cuscatian #11C, Col. La Sultana, San Salvador, El Salvador