El Salvador's archaeological highlights
A succinct visit based in the capital, San Salvador, with easy access to the key archaeological sites of the country
Day 1: Transfer from the airport to the Courtyard Marriott, a comfortable hotel in a pleasant and safe area of the city, within easy walking distance of shops and restaurants. In the afternoon, visit the Dr David Guzmán Anthropological museum with its very fine collection of artefacts from the different periods of Central America's vibrant indigenous history.
Day 2: Private visit to the archaeological site of Joya de Cerén, which has been likened to Pompeii, a pre-hispanic farming community covered by ash from an errupting volcano in AD 600. Continue to the ceremonial ruins of San Andrés and the complex of Tazumal, both important sites in Maya history.
Day 3: Transfer to international airport for onward connections.
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