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- San Salvador
The apartment is brand new and modern is in a very secure enclosed complex; with access control, 24h surveillance. Inside the residential there are green areas. we are close to commercial plaza restaurants and very good location. it is fully equipped with air conditioning, high speed wifi, hot water, cable, spacious closet.
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- San Salvador
Welcome to an apartment with a modern and functional concept, for an incredible stay. Located in one of the safest areas of the capital. The tower has a swimming pool, gym, social areas, playroom and rooftop available for the guest (some with prior reservation). The apartment is located between 5 to 10 minutes from the best shopping centers, restaurants and exclusive bars. The apartment has an unbeatable view of the volcano and the city of San Salvador. I have a very easy self check-in mechanism
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- Antiguo Cuscatlán
Apartamento nuevo, 5 estrellas, completamente equipado. Garantía de un hospedaje placentero. Decoración estilo millenial moderno. El condominio cuenta con: lobby, piscina, área de trabajo, gym, área de fogata, área de juegos, cine, cancha de voleibol, Skylounge y mucho más. New apartment, 5 stars, fully equipped Guarantee of a pleasant stay. Modern millennial style decor. The condo has: lobby, swimming pool, work area, gym, fire pit, games area, cinema, volleyball court, Skylounge and much more
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Your guide to San Salvador
All About San Salvador
Located in the heart of El Salvador, San Salvador is the Central American country’s colorful, bustling capital. Its streets pulse with energy, and its creativity manifests itself in upscale galleries and street art alike. The commercial strips of Paseo General Escalón and Avenida Masferrer are lined with boutiques and cafes, some of which sell coffee grown not far away. Warrens of stalls in the bustling San Miguel Market and Mercado Central sell an enormous selection of handmade goods, local produce, and pupusas — El Salvador’s iconic street food, fat corn cakes stuffed with fillings such as cheese and pork.
If San Salvador is your base for exploring the country, not too far outside the city, you’ll find pristine black-sand beaches, dozens of active volcanoes that can be hiked when conditions are right, impressive Mayan ruins, and hundreds of thousands of acres of pristine rainforest.
How do I get around San Salvador?
El Salvador International Airport (SAL) is located 30 minutes from San Salvador by car. Taxis, ride-booking services, shuttles, buses, and rental cars are all available to bring you into the city center. The city has public buses for getting around town, and several neighborhoods are walkable. If you are looking to venture outside of the capital, you can rent a car, but some mountainous Central American roads can be difficult to navigate. There are plenty of shuttles and public buses that can take you around the country and longer-range coaches departing from San Salvador connect to other countries in Central America.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in San Salvador?
Temperatures in El Salvador remain quite warm year-round, with the hottest days in February, March, and April. The best time of year to rent your San Salvador apartment is from November to April, the dry season, as the country sees the most sunshine and the littlest rainfall. The rainy season occurs between May and October, when there are typically afternoon storms, but you’re still likely to see several hours of sunshine each day. Visit in spring to take part in Semana Santa, or Holy Week, celebrated the week leading up to Easter with food, festivals, and parades. The Festival of Flowers and Palms is held on the first Sunday of May in Panchimalco, a small town near San Salvador. This event welcomes the rainy season with prayers for a good harvest. Fiesta Julias happens in July in Santa Ana to celebrate the city’s patron saint.
What are the top things to do in San Salvador?
Parque Nacional El Boquerón
Located less than an hour from San Salvador’s historic center, El Boquerón National Park rests atop San Salvador Volcano, also known as Quezaltepeque. Here you can trek through a cloud forest a mile above sea level or peer down into a crater almost a mile in circumference and one-third of a mile deep. There are trails for hikers of every skill level leading to lookout points where you can picnic with spectacular views.
Downtown San Salvador
San Salvador’s downtown, one of the most important historic zones in the country, has over 400 buildings that are more than a century old. Around the Plaza Gerardo Barrios in San Salvador are some of the most symbolic buildings in the country, such as the National Palace, the Metropolitan Cathedral, and the National Theater. You can also compare the 16th-century San Salvador National Cathedral to the Iglesia El Rosario, whose modern arched roof and stained-glass windows cast a rainbow across the altar.
To the north and west of San Salvador you can visit several spectacular Mayan ruins. About 90 minutes west of San Salvador is El Tazumal; dating back to the eighth century, it is the best-preserved pre-Columbian Mayan ruin in the country. Slightly closer, Joya de Ceren, sometimes called the Pompeii of the New World, is a UNESCO World Heritage site preserved for centuries beneath layers of volcanic ash from the Loma Caldera Volcano eruption. Its citizens thrived during the Mayan Classic period (250-900 A.D.). At Cihuatan, just over an hour north of San Salvador, you can see the remains of pyramids, ball courts, palaces, and other buildings dating to the eighth or ninth centuries.