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San Andres

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San Andres

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Full day | San Salvador City Tour and Boqueron Volcano
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Full day | San Salvador City Tour and Boqueron Volcano

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Journey to the capitol city of El Salvador during this city and volcano tour, including round-trip transport from select hotels. First, explore the city with a guide who knows the best and safest ways around, and see San Salvador Cathedral, Iglesia El Rosario, Plaza Libertad, and the National Palace. Then travel to San Salvador volcano, and stroll the streets of Santa Tecla.
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Maria S wrote a review Oct 2018
27 contributions3 helpful votes
Very cheap to go see and it is worth visiting to support this site. You can do it in an hour. We ate a the little food stand. We had a pupusa and it was good as well as frozen chocolate covered fruit. It was a hot day...wear mosquito repellent.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Malay P wrote a review May 2018
Ahmedabad, India208 contributions45 helpful votes
The accidental discovery of a pyramid led to this excavation and what you see is a clearing in the forest that served as an ancient Mayan site
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Date of experience: May 2018
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Saranger wrote a review Jan 2018
Los Angeles, California9,193 contributions1,107 helpful votes
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Stopped here after visiting Joya de Cerén (it's very close). $3 for foreigners and entrance includes the very good museum/interpretive center and access to the site. Museum panels in Spanish and English. Very interesting history here! Few crowds. Make sure you see the indigo factory before you leave. Clean bathrooms!
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Trekker2020 wrote a review Dec 2017
Washington DC, District of Columbia1,907 contributions270 helpful votes
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San Andrés is not a huge Mayan complex but it is very much worth visiting it. For starts, the museum is outstanding. The site itself has both excavated and yet to be excavated structures and it is very peaceful here. I enjoyed my couple of hours here and recommend a visit, especially because it is close to Joya de Ceren.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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665alex666 wrote a review Mar 2016
Switzerland248 contributions21 helpful votes
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This was part of our day-round-trip from San Salvador to Parque Cerro Verde. It was very hot, so bring water on a sunny day. We were happy that they had a small ceremony going on the day we visisted. Beautiful mayan historical pyramids.
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Date of experience: March 2016
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