El Salvador Travel Guide – El Salvador surprises you: in the saloon bars of the left-handers of San Salvador, in the museums and in the commemorative monuments of the war; It is a place of remarkable warmth and intelligence, made even more attractive by being so unexpected. Travelers tend to jump to El Salvador, courted by tent destinations like Guatemala and Costa Rica, and baffled by stories of civil war and gang violence. But the war ended almost 20 years ago, and crime, although serious, is developed almost exclusively between rival gangs; Tourists are hardly ever involved.
El Salvador: And although El Salvador has fewer protected areas than its neighbors, it gets them practically for yourself, including pristine forests, active volcanoes and sparkling lakes. The only place where you can find a crowd is at Punta Roca, El Salvador's most famous surfing spot – which happens to be one of the best resting spots right in the world, yet it is a ghost town compared to less Waves in Costa Rica and elsewhere. And when it comes to cities, none in Central America is smarter or colder than San Salvador, with universities, museums and galleries of the highest order, a vibrant bar and live music scene, and a variety of progressive local and non-local As international.
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