Today tour the historical center of San Salvador including visits to the Iglesia el Rosario, Palacio Nacional, Nacional Teatro, and the Metropolitan Cathedral where the remains of Monsignor Romero rest. From here you visit the Anthropology Museum David J. Guzman which portrays El Salvador’s history through Maya, Olmec and Cuscatlan statues and relics and traditional crafts. Visit a craft market before travelling to Los Planes de Renderos for a spectacular view of San Salvador. It is also famous for the many "pupuserias" small diners that make pupusas, a Salvadorian typical snack.
After lunch drive through the mountains along the Ruta de Las Flores, famous for its abundance of wildflowers. There are beautiful panoramic views, coffee plantations, lagoons, and dense cloud forests
You end your first day in the delightful town of Juayúa. The town is popular with both locals and tourists for its weekend "Feria Gastronomica" or food festival. Another highlight is the brightly coloured murals painted by local artists and that cover several buildings in the town.