Novo Apart Hotel

Final 61 Avenida Norte Colonia, Escalon, San Salvador, El Salvador
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  • Solo57
  • Business78

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Forum Posts

From Canada , Going to El Salvador next summer. I want to do some shopping there, buy clothes.

by neldias

What are the less pricey malls in San Salvador, for good brand names in men's clothing? And i wanted to know when i leave and enter into the US do i have to pay duty fees on the clothes i buy? maybe i have to pay canadian duty fee also?

Re: From Canada , Going to El Salvador next summer. I want to do some shopping there, buy clothes.

by GrumpyDiver

If you are returning to Canada and have been out of the country for 7 or more days, you can bring back $750 Cdn duty free.

If you are transiting through the USA, there should not be any duties.

Re: From Canada , Going to El Salvador next summer. I want to do some shopping there, buy clothes.

by karakal73

hi ... forget about cheap shopping of known brands in el salvador. you can get faked articles everywhere (especially in the centro), however, for famous brands you will have the same prices as back home. you better have another nice cold pilsener instead of wasting the time with shopping ;-)

Re: From Canada , Going to El Salvador next summer. I want to do some shopping there, buy clothes.

by TomJenner

I would say that name brands are quite a bit cheaper in El Salvador than back home (at least cheaper than back home in the UK, but then most places are), especially if its brands that are made in El Salvador. There are a number of shopping malls to choose from, but I'm not sure which would be the cheapest. I would stick to the malls to ensure that you are getting the real thing and for safety reasons, as the malls all have guards.


Travel Tips for San Salvador

Try the pop called Kola...

by melody129

Try the pop called Kola Champange. It is local to El Salvador and tastes kind of like orange pop mixed with creme soda. I know it sounds a little wierd, but it tastes really good. Everyone was very nice to me during my entire trip.

Packing List

by MarcG

San Salvador is a warm city all year. If travelling during the rainy season a rain coat or rain poncho may come in handy. Sometimes it may get a little cool at night especially in the mountains, but a light jacket or light sweater should be enough.


by CLillard

Pollo Campero
Don't ask me why but people just love this chicken. On the plane from San Salvador to Houston almost everyone was bringing boxes and boxes of Pollo Campero back to their loved ones. Fried Chicken
Also try the 'pechugitas' which are chicken tenders

See Some Fútbol

by thelukey

San Salvador is blessed with not one but two of the nicest soccer stadiums in Central America – the Estadio Jorge “El Mágico” González, which is also known by its former name, the Estadio Flor Blanca, and the Estadio Custatlán. Both stadiums host domestic league matches as well as occasional international competitions.

Metropolitan Cathedral

by mikey_e

The heart of San Salvador is not, unfortunately, a popular tourist attraction. This is in part due to the fact that it has been overrun with street vendors and the offshoots of gangs, as well as its close proximity to some of the worse neighbourhoods of the country's capital. There are, nevertheless, a few sites worth seeing when visiting the core. One of them is the Metropolitan Cathedral, a massive church with a façade that looks like a large quilt. The building itself is an interesting quasi-futurist, neo-Romanesque structure with two campaniles and a large cupola over the nave and the transept. The interior is not all that remarkable, except for the huge, caverous main aisle that leads up to the an equally huge altar. What is neat, however, is the façade, with its colourful decoration that is quite obviously inspired by the indigenous traditions of the country. The Cathedral is also important because it houses the tomb of the Cardinal Romero, a controversial figure who was actively involved in the politics of the country and who was assassinated in 1980. His tomb draws pilgrims, including the late John Paul II, who visited the church twice.


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Address: Final 61 Avenida Norte Colonia, Escalon, San Salvador, El Salvador