Quality Hotel Real Aeropuerto San Salvador

Km 40.5 Carretera Al Aeropuerto de El Salvador, San Salvador, El Salvador
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Construction and the MonumentConstruction and the Monument

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Seeking airport hotel

by Holycow3050

Looking for a hotel at or near the airport. Any suggestions?

Re: Seeking airport hotel

by Guanaca67

Try the :
PHONE- 503-2366-0000

Thats 3 minutes from the main terminal in EL Salvador

Travel Tips for San Salvador

This is not your typical Latin...

by Frogfifer

This is not your typical Latin American country. Especially in San Salvador, where you most encounter the European influence. Of course, there is a sharp distinction between the campesinos and the city-dwellers.

Joya de Cerén

by MalenaN

Joya de Cerén is the only Unesco World Heritage Site in El Salvador. It is often referred to as the Pompeii of America because it was buried by volcanic ashes in AD 595 when the Laguna Caldera Vulcan had an eruption. Joya de Cerén is not as grand as Pompeii, but still a very interesting place to visit.

Joya de Cerén was a Mayan village and remains beneath the ashes have given a great insight in how common people lived. Most pre-Colombian archaeological sites in Central America shows temples, tombs and palaces, but at Joya de Cerén you can see how people in the villages lived. Protected under tin roof are several structures of houses, storages, kitchens ,a sauna and a shaman house. In one place you can also see the ridges of the maize field.

No human buddies have been found at Joya de Cerén so people probably had time to escape, but items found indicate they left in a hurry. Many of the artefacts found at the site are displayed in a museum at Joya de Cerén. I would very much have liked to see this museum, but unfortunately it was closed for renovation when we visited. There are a few artefacts at the Museum of Anthropology in El Salvador though and those I had seen the previous day.

You can only visit the site on a guided tour. When we arrived we had to wait for the next tour and then we had time to visit the souvenir stall and have a drink in the café. Our guide was very good and explained things in a good way. Even if it was mostly in Spanish I could understand most of it. She also explained a few things in English for me.

As the museum was closed for renovation we didn’t have to pay entrance fee. Otherwise it had been 3 dollars for foreigners and 1 dollar for El Salvadorians (June 2009).
The Archaeological Park of Joya de Cerén is open on Tuesdays - Sundays between 9 - 17.

Thank you Nancy, Marco and Ana Emma for taking me here!

Joya de Cerén is situated 36km west of San Salvador. If you visit by bus you should take bus 108 from San Salvador.

The Centro Romero at the UCA univercity

by a005116

The Centro Romero was founded to commemorate the murdered bisshop Romero. The little museum gives you a view on his live, work and the past civil war.

It is not for nothing that the museum was founded here in the UCA univercity!

On November 16, 1989, six Jesuit priests - Ignacio Ellacuria, Segundo Montes, Ignacio Martin-Baro, Joaquin Lopez y Lopez, Juan Ramon Moreno, and Amado Lopez - were murdered by the Salvadoran military on the campus of the University of Central America (UCA) in San Salvador, El Salvador. Their housekeeper, Elba Ramos, and her daughter Celia Marisela Ramos, were murdered there as well. The Jesuits were labeled subversives by the Salvadoran Government for speaking out against the oppressive socioeconomic structure of Salvadoran society. Their assassinations were ordered for their unwavering defense of the poor.

The Jesuits were six of over 70,000 victims who died in El Salvador’s civil war which raged in the 1980’s and early 1990’s. The vast majority of these victims were civilians killed by El Salvador’s armed forces and paramilitary death squads. The death of the Jesuits brought international outrage and condemnation upon the Salvadoran Government and pressured them to negotiate an end to their country’s civil war.

Color-pictures of this incident are still to see in the museum, but I have to warn you their very confrontating! I came out (half) depressive, but I've to say it positivly chanched my mind about some things!

The centro Romero is located in Santa Tecla on the Univercity domain of the 'Universidad Centro-Americana'. If You'll ask the way there they'll show you certainly.

Plaza Barrios

by iwys

Plaza Barrios is San Salvador's main square. On it stand both the cathedral and the Palacio Nacional. There is a small park in the middle, with benches and street vendors. Taxis will drop you off and pick you up here, but they are not allowed to wait on the plaza itself. You will find all walks of life on the plaza and it is heavily policed.

Lake Coatepeque

by CLillard

Beautiful view. Our guide took us here and we ate at a little pupusa stand.

I took a 7 hr tour for $70USD which included, San Andrés, Joya de Cerén, and Lago de Coatepeque. The guide spoke English very well. Salvador Tours provides other guided tours as well.


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 Quality Hotel Real Aeropuerto San Salvador

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Address: Km 40.5 Carretera Al Aeropuerto de El Salvador, San Salvador, El Salvador