Tourist attractions in El Salvador 

El Boquerón National Park: A volcanic crater lake with hiking trails, waterfalls, and caves.

Iglesia El Rosario: A beautiful Baroque church with a stunning interior.

Santa Ana Volcano: An active volcano with stunning views of the surrounding countryside

Joya de Ceren Archaeological Park: A pre-Columbian village that was buried by a volcanic eruption.

Lake Coatepeque: A beautiful lake surrounded by volcanoes and mountains.

Catedral Metropolitana: The largest cathedral in El Salvador.

Playa El Tunco: A popular surfing destination with a laid-back atmosphere.

Suchitoto: A charming colonial town with cobblestone streets and colorful houses.

Ruta de las Flores: A scenic route through the mountains with waterfalls, coffee plantations, and villages.

Parque Nacional Cerro Verde: A mountain park with hiking trails, waterfalls, and stunning views of volcanoes. drive_spreadsheetExport to Sheets