Salvador

Overall Score

3.2

The most densely populated state in Central America is Salvador. The full official name of the country is the Republic of El Salvador. The country is bordered by the Gonduras (to the north and east), to the west by Guatemala, and by the Pacific Ocean to the south. Its capital is San Saladore.

The history of the country dates back to the 1st century, when Saladore was inhabited by the Maya. The present-day settlers began to occupy the area in 1524. The country, which had become a colony, was exporting cacao and dyes – the dye.

In 1839, Salvador declared itself an independent republic, which began numerous wars and state conversions. Revolts and struggles continued in this country throughout the late 20th century. The economy of the country in the 19th century was sustained by the export of coffee, which led to the construction of the railroad.

Salvadore is called the Land of Volcanoes and Lakes, because its territory is the Volcanic Mountains. The natural resources of the country are not so abundant, because of the high population density the forests are simply cut down.

This country is another example of the greatness of ancient civilizations, with remnants of the buildings of the Maya Indians that are considered significant for the study of this period, the Tazumal Ruin. The statue of the god of war and fertility Xipe Totec is the main feature of this place, on the surface of which parts of the human skin are exposed. It was traditionally a tribute to God for human sacrifice. Mysterious pyramids, artefacts, artifacts, and artifacts of ancient cultures are all evidence of the presence of ancient peoples in these lands.

The city of Allegheny is called the flowery heart of Saladore and is a beautifully handcrafted place. The city is nestled in the mountains and is simply bursting with 200 different colors. To the west is the beautiful Lake Lagode Coatepeque, a beautiful lake, loved by local residents.

Cauldron has several national parks. It is a park of volcanoes with three large volcanoes and is considered to be the most beautiful and designed park in the world. One cant ignore the western western capitals twin spires of the valley, the San Salle dOr, with its well-designed observation deck. The Isialco volcano is called the «ssaljadors moyak; it is still active and its glow illuminates the path of the ships. The National Park has a wonderful mix of Walter T Deininger forests, and the AreaNatural Park has some of the countrys most beautiful waterfalls with clean water.

Columbia is uniquely Catholic, which is why historic temples can be found in every city. The Republic of El Salvador is a combination of the historic buildings of the great Maya people, the natural environment, and the religious buildings, all set against the backdrop of grand volcanoes.

100 USD = 521.95 BRL

Overall Score

3.2
  • Tap water: No, not drinkable
  • Religious government: Religious
  • Population: 2,700,000 people
  • GDP: $8,649 / year
  • Foreigners can own real estate: Yes
  • Power outlets: 115V230V60Hz
  • Internet: 11 Mbps
  • Best wireless: Vivo
  • Pay without cash: Yes, cards OK almost everywhere
  • Tipping: Brazilians have a friendly reputation, but tipping is not a part of the culture. Restaurants: A 10% “servico” charge is often added to the bill. While there is no legal obligation to pay it, it’s customary to do so.
  • Apartment listings: AirBnb
  • Apartments: Airbnb
  • Hotels: Booking.com
  • More hotels: Hotels.com
  • Best taxi: Uber
  • Best coworking space: Regus
  • Online electronics shop: Submarino
  • Best short-haul air carrier: TAM
  • Best intl air carrier: TAM
  • Monthly costs for expat: $650
  • Monthly costs for family: $1450
  • Monthly costs for local: $420
  • Meal: $3.5
  • Small Cola: $0.7
  • Beer 1 Pint: $1.5
  • Coffee: $1.4


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