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Stopped here after visiting Joya de Cerén (it's very close). $3 for foreigners and entrance includes the very good museum/interpretive center and access to the site. Museum panels in Spanish and English. Very interesting history here! Few crowds. Make sure you see the indigo factory...More
San Andrés is not a huge Mayan complex but it is very much worth visiting it. For starts, the museum is outstanding. The site itself has both excavated and yet to be excavated structures and it is very peaceful here. I enjoyed my couple of...More
This was part of our day-round-trip from San Salvador to Parque Cerro Verde. It was very hot, so bring water on a sunny day. We were happy that they had a small ceremony going on the day we visisted. Beautiful mayan historical pyramids.
We saw this ruin after visiting Joya de Ceren. I have been twice and I liked it better the second time as I am beginning to put the region in some context... The ruins are mostly covered in concrete as they are made of a...More
I came here as part of the Mayan Route Tour hosted by Salvadorean Tours which included Joya de Ceren and Tazumal also. This archaeological site is quite green and scenic with views of the Cerro Verde and the volcanoes. The entrance fees were included with...More
We spent a couple of hours walking around this interesting historical site. There is a good museum with history of the pyramids and information about some of the artefacts and indigo factory. Outside, the place is fairly small (compared with some of the Mexican pyramids)...More