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Cheap flights from El Salvador

The Republic of El Salvador, or simply El Salvador, is the smallest and the most densely populated country in Central America. Its capital and largest city is San Salvador. The country is situated in the isthmus of Central America, and shares borders with Guatemala and Honduras. El Salvador is also known as the only Central American that does not have a Caribbean coastline.

Where to go

Before leaving the country to travel to other international short haul and long haul destinations, be sure to experience El Salvador with its many points of interest including the Cathedral of Santa Ana, Monumento al Divino Salvador del Mundo, Museum of the Revolution, National Palace, San Salvador Cathedral, Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen, and Casa Presidencial, to name a few. The Cathedral of Santa Ana was consecrated in 1913, with the construction starting in 1906 and finally completed in 1959 when the cathedral’s marble altar to the Virgin Mary was consecrated and completed. Located within Santa Ana, El Salvador, the neo-Gothic cathedral was designed to look more like a Gothic cathedral rather than adapt the Spanish Colonial Style of a lot of cathedrals within the country and of Latin America. The cathedral has three-manually activated bells, while its South Tower also has three bells, all of which are brought in from the Netherlands as of 1949.

Fly to short haul destinations via El Salvador International Airport. Among the short haul stops include Panama City, Panama; Lima, Peru; and Quito, Ecuador. Quito, formally known as San Francisco de Quito, is the capital city of Ecuador. The city offers tourists breathtaking spots such as the Church of the Society of Jesus, La Capilla del Hombre, Church and Convent of St. Francis, El Panecillo, Pichincha Volcano, Parque La Carolina, Cathedral of Quito, Cotopaxi National Park, Parque El Ejido, and Vulqano Park, to name a few. Completed by late 1560s, the Cathedral of Quito or the Metropolitan Cathedral of Quito, also known as Catedral Metropolitana de Quito and simply la Catedral, is a Catholic cathedral within Quito, Ecuador. The cathedral was consecrated in the early 1570s, and is now considered as the seniormost Catholic church in all of the country.

Through El Salvador International Airport, long haul flights will reach Madrid, Spain. This capital and largest city of Spain features attractions such as the Museo Nacional Del Prado, Buen Retiro Park, Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Royal Palace of Madrid, Plaza Mayor, Temple of Debod, and Plaza de Cibeles, in addition to many more. As a Spanish Property of Cultural Interest that was built in 200 BC and rebuilt between 1970 to 1972, the Temple of Debod or Templo de Debod, is an ancient Egyptian temple dismantled from within south of Aswan in southern Egypt, then was rebuilt in Madrid, Spain. Additionally, the temple has been rebuilt within Madrid’s Parque del Oeste and was opened to the public as of 1972.

How to get out

The primary gateway into and out of El Salvador is El Salvador International Airport in San Salvador. The joint-use military and public airport operates flights to various destinations such as Mexico City, Dallas, Miami, Cancun, Managua, New York, San Jose, Toronto, Belize City, Bogota, Cali, Chicago, Guatemala City, Houston, Lima, Panama City, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Madrid, and more. Airlines that serve the destinations include Aeroméxico Connect, American Airlines, Avianca Costa Rica, Avianca El Salvador, Avianca Peru, Copa Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Iberia, Spirit Airlines, TAES, United Airlines, and Veca Airlines.

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