You will begin this tour in the heart of the country's capital. You’ll learn about the history of El Salvador through the most emblematic monuments of San Salvador, including El Salvador del Mundo, the monument to the revolution and Cuscatlan Park. You will learn about the trade in the city, and will finally reach the historic center to admire the famous Metropolitan Cathedral, where the remains of Monsignor Oscar Arnulfo Romero are located.
Walk through the neighborhood's square, appreciate the architectural beauty of the National Palace and the National Theatre, and finally visit the freedom square, where in 1545 the expansion of the capital began. Lastly, you will visit El Rosario Church, a real architectural jewel.
You will continue the journey south, passing through Th Devil's Door (beautiful rock formation), reaching Panchimalco. This is a colonial town where art and culture meet. There you learn about Miguel Angel Ramirez, a citizen who has transformed the youth through painting and sculpture, you will have access to the House of Culture where you will meet one of the last artisans specializing in waist looms . The tour will end in the Holy Cross Church of Rome, a historical jewel that has survived time since its founding in 1730.