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Cheap Flight Tickets to El Salvador

Located in the heart of Central America, El Salvador is a small nation rich in culture, landscape, and history. Among Central America’s safest countries to visit, El Salvador is famous for its Pacific Ocean beaches and surf spots. El Salvador boasts mountainous landscape, sublime national parks, and an array of inland attractions. Top natural landmarks in El Salvador are Lake Coatepeque, Cerro Verde National Park, Costa del Sol Beach, El Boqueron National Park, Lake Ilopango, Playa El Cuco, Izalco Volcano, and Agua Agria. Before the arrival of the Spanish in the 16th century, the Ancient Maya Civilization thrived in South America for over 3 millennia. History enthusiasts will find umpteen Mayan ruins in El Salvador, namely, Joya de Ceren (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Tazumal, and San Andres. Visitors who wish to explore El Salvador’s offbeat destinations must head over to the charming towns of El Tunco, Santa Tecla, La Palma, and Chalatenango.

Popular Destinations in El Salvador

San Salvador

The capital city of El Salvador, San Salvador is formally known as La Ciudad de Gran San Salvado. The city is nestled in 'the Valley of Hammocks' and bordered by active volcanoes. San Salvador is one of the largest urban centers in Central America and serves as an important financial hub of Central America. The metropolis is the financial, educational, cultural, and political hub of the country. San Salvador is a cosmopolitan city with a significant Muslim and Jewish population. Visitors will find here an array of museums, parks, and cultural institutions, such as National Theater, Museum of Art of El Salvador, National Zoo of El Salvador, Bicentenario Park, Museo Bar Lutecia, and Monsignor Romero Center. The 16 th century Metropolitan Cathedral is emblematic of the city of San Salvador.

Santa Ana

Located in the western El Salvador, Santa Ana is the second largest city in El Salvador. Capital of the department of Santa Ana, it is roughly 70 kms north-west of San Salvador. For visitors seeking a more tranquil experience, Santa Ana is surely a great day trip. The 20th century towering neo-Gothic Santa Ana Cathedral and the elaborately decorated Santa Ana National Theater are Santa Ana’s major landmarks. Nature lovers can hit the summit trail on the active Santa Ana Volcano, in Cerro Verde National Park, and enjoy views of the emerald-green crater lake at its center. History enthusiasts must viist Tazumal archaeological site to explore the 4th century Mayan ruins. Other tourist attractions in Santa Ana are El Calvario Church, Parque Acuatico Galicia, and Sihuatehuacan water park.


Nestled in the mountains of the Cuscatlan department, Suchito is famed for retaining its colonial architecture. Suchito is among the country’s most charming towns and offers a laid-back ambiance, quaint cobblestoned streets, and beautiful panoramic views. The city’s architectural highlight is the early 19th century Santa Lucia Church, which has a wooden altar and beams. The city is home to several state-of-the-art cultural institutions. One of Suchitoto’s most popular tourist attractions is the Casa de Recuerdos Alejandro Cotto, named after the El Salvadoran filmmaker. Visitors can explore its beautiful grounds and admire the colonial architecture, impressive lake views, and elegant fountains. The on-site museum displays an enviable art collection and cultural artefacts.

Best Time to Visit El Salvador

The best time to take El Salvador flights is from December to June during peak season when the temperatures are moderate. For those who wish to avoid crowds and get economical flights, September to November is the ideal time to take cheap flights to El Salvador.

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