Suchitoto - San Salvador
Enjoy your day visiting some of the highlights of El Salvador. Visit Suchitoto, its considered one of the must-visits of El Salvador, its cobble-streets and red roofs are very characteristic and very traditional, it brings back memories from the past.
Suchitoto is near the are where the first village of San Salvador was established by the spanish around the year 1540. Suchitoto was lucky to stay almost untouched during the salvadorean civil war. San Salvador has very interesting places like the San Salvador volcano, downtown, Iglesia Rosario and the Santa Tecla Market. Come walk on the streets of San Salvador and change your perception of this beautiful country.
Included: pickup, bilingual guide, entrance fees.
8am: pickup at your hotel. 1 hour drive to Suchitoto. We make a short guided walk through the streets of Suchitoto, you can see the lake, the park, the church and the market. We stay for around an hour here. We return to San Salvador, have a traditional inexpensive lunch, we check the San Salvador volcano, then we can visit a nearby park so you can see how salvadoreans spend their free time, later we can visit downtown, Iglesia El Rosario and maybe the area of Antiguo Cuscatlan where its safe to walk on the streets and maybe there is time to try the famous Pupusa.