San Salvador, founded in 1525, is the second largest city in Central America and the third largest in the world. El Salvador's President Nayib Bukele speaks at the memorial to his father, the late President Salvador Sanchez Ceren, on February 20, 2020. The square is bordered by the National Monument of the Salvadoran Revolution, a monument of national importance. Areas east of the monument are at high risk and include the historic downtown of SanSalvador.
San Salvador includes affluent suburbs and slums, which represents a discrepancy in the distribution of the country's wealth. Crime is also a problem in San Salvador, with a high rate of murder, drug trafficking and drug smuggling.
San Salvador is still recovering from a long history of violence in many ways and can be sprawling, dirty and chaotic. To best ensure security, one should be careful to avoid large cities such as El Salvador's capital, Salvador, as they are places with high rates of kidnapping and theft. According to the Lonely Planet website, travelers should only explore parks in downtown San Salvador during the day. LonelyPlanet's website also notes that the possibility of an attack on a tourist-friendly part of the country during daylight hours is rare.
P is for petty crime, including pickpocketing and pickpocketing, and petty crime, which includes pickpocketing and pickpocketing, is considered dangerous. The Llopango market in the eastern city center is one of the best places to buy handicrafts and goods from local artisans in San Salvador. Shopping is essential in any destination, but bus stops are located in the area and shopping is essential for most tourists, but also for locals and tourists alike. San Salvador has several markets that represent different kinds of goods such as food, clothing, shoes, jewelry and clothing. These include markets in El Salvador's capital, the city of Salvador and other major cities in Central and South America.
Last but not least, the San Salvador National Park, home to many bird species, is a must - for nature lovers. Children can also visit the National Natural History Museum in the city of El Salvador, one of the most popular tourist attractions.
The University of El Salvador is also located in San Salvador and has offices in El Paso, El Cajon, San Pedro Sula and San Jose. It is one of El Salvador's most prestigious universities, offering a wide variety of courses in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Libraries are also present in San Salvador, such as the San Francisco Public Library, the University Library and the National Library of Mexico City.
It is one of the most densely populated countries in the world, ranking in the 83rd percentile in terms of population density. As the smallest country in Central America, 1.5 million Salvadorans live abroad. The University with the highest rank in El Guatemala, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de San Salvador (UNASU), is the highest university in El Salvador with a faculty of more than 1,000 students.
The country borders the Pacific Ocean to the south and Mexico and Guatemala to the north. The Pan-American Highway runs through the city and connects it directly with the cities of El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and Honduras.
For travelers with small budgets, the public bus system in San Salvador is decent and a cheap way to get around. For those who travel overland to Central America and the countries, international bus lines such as Ticabus and Nicabus have terminals in San Salvador. But for the middle class and wealthy international travelers, its attractions are as cosmopolitan as any other Latin American city.
A cultural trip to San Salvador should also include a visit to one of the city's many museums, such as the National Museum of Anthropology and History. The best of these are the Museo de los Muertos, the Museum of Art and Culture and the El Salvador Cultural Centre. This historic center of SanSalvador houses some of the most important museums and galleries in Latin America, as well as a number of restaurants and cafés. From the museum, you can reach the historic city centre in just a few minutes by bus or train.
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