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I think I remember the guide saying there were 190 individual rooms in the palace, and each has a distinct tile design. We walked around most of the second floor, and that appeared to be true. Some of the tilework was amazing.
Too, due to...More
A very beautiful place to visit and safe to walk around lots to see, there is a cheap but good quality of gold or silver jewelry store called suiza,
In the evening it looks beautiful with all the lights..
A very nice place to walk around outside and. It’s a safe place as there is a lot of security. For Christmas it’s beuitful with a lot of lots of lights, they are fixing the roads and safe to walk around you could go to...More
Has been very nicely restored outside. Even if you don’t go inside during the week, you can enjoy it’s beauty from Barrios across the street. The Metropolitan Cathedral is also on the square.
Don’t be afraid to come to downtown San Salvador during the daytime....More
The centre of San Salvador is as busy and hectic as any city could wish to be, so imagine our surprise on entering into the calm, wonderful world of the Palacio Nacional in San Salvador.
Located next to the metropolitan cathedral and, at the time...More
8-4pm M-F according to website. Does not close at noon -- would be a nice place to sit and rest out of the midday sun. Don't know the price of admission but is is not much by U.S. standards -- maybe $3?