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Monument to the Divine Savior of the World (Monumento al Divino Salvador del Mundo)
Monument to the Divine Savior of the World (Monumento al Divino Salvador del Mundo)

Monument to the Divine Savior of the World (Monumento al Divino Salvador del Mundo) Tours and Activities

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The Monument to the Divine Savior of the World (Monumento al Divino Salvador del Mundo) is a monument located on Plaza El Salvador del Mundo (Savior of the World Plaza) in San Salvador City, El Salvador’s capital city. The monument is composed of a tall, four-sided concrete base pedestal that supports a statue of Jesus Christ standing on top of planet earth. The structure was designed by José María Villaseñor. This monument is a symbol that identifies and represents El Salvador and Salvadorans throughout the world—after all, the country’s name translates as “The Savior,” and Jesus Christ is its patron.

To study the sculpture in more detail, bring a pair of binoculars or a camera with a good zoom function. It’s hard to get to the sculpture directly, as it’s located in the middle of a busy traffic roundabout with no pedestrian crosswalk leading up to it. Once you’ve made it to the monument, taking a seat on the steps at its base is a nice way to relax from sightseeing and watch the city buzz by. You can also see the monument featured on the back of old banknotes and vehicle license plates.

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Shore Excursion from Acajutla: San Salvador City Tour

Shore Excursion from Acajutla: San Salvador City Tour

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The capital of El Salvador, San Salvador, is only a 90-minute ride from Acajutla. This tour includes visits to the most important areas including the residential/business district of Santa Elena, Salvador del Mundo Plaza, El Rosario Church, Monsignor Romero memorial site, Plaza Barrios and Plaza Morazan. Coin museum, Natonal palace. If time avaliable enjoy a cup of gurmet coffee in any of the coffee shops at city center, prepared by barista.
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  • 6 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
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$125.00
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San Salvador and Panchimalco City Tour

San Salvador and Panchimalco City Tour

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Explore the city of San Salvador and the colonial town of Panchimalco on this all-day guided tour. Learn about the history of El Salvador through the capital city’s monuments and landmarks, including El Salvador del Mundo, Cuscatlan Park, and the famous Metropolitan Cathedral. From there, head to one of the oldest pre-Columbian cities in the country, Panchimalco.
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  • 6 hours
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$96.16
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San Salvador Half- day City tour

San Salvador Half- day City tour

See some of the most interesting areas in the capital including new residential areas from the west part in town, with the beautiful viewpoint where you will get the best photo of the valley, see the Salvador del Mundo plaza where families and friends get together during evenings, on route see Parque cuscatlan and the interesting Flor Blanca castle, you will walk in the city center enjoy an inside visit of Famous El Rosario Church, main plazas in city center, if available your guide will take you to the coin museum. Optional visit to the national palace is available from Tue to sat. Return to your hotel.
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  • 4 hours
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$51.29
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2 Day Private transit tour in El Salvador from the airport

2 Day Private transit tour in El Salvador from the airport

Make the most of your time in San Salvador, the Central American capital that punches well above its weight, with this unexpected 2-day, 1-night city visit. Check out the sublime views from the Devil’s Gate, a rock formation just outside of town, and learn about the life of human rights activist Monsignor Romero at his city memorial. You’ll also explore Mayan history at the UNESCO World Heritage site of Joya de Cerén and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Boquerón National Park. Your trip also covers a guide, accommodations, entrance fees, daily breakfast and round-trip hotel transport.
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  • 2 days
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$160.00
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