Area Attractions

Stay in the middle of everything and discover all the hidden gems in San Salvador, a dynamic and fast paced city that offers historic landmarks at the City historic center, Shopping Malls, Museums and even trekking routes in the Cerro Verde National Park, and world class surf beaches nearby.

Hyatt Centric San Salvador

Sergio Paz Avenue, corner with El Pedregal Street. Las Cascadas Shopping Center. Antiguo Cuscatlan.
Antiguo Cuscatlán, El Salvador, 0000

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Downtown

Bicentenario Street View
Bicentenario Exterior
Bicentenario Courtyard

El Rosario Church

Many San Salvador visitors cite this beautifully-illuminated church as the highlight of their trip. Stop by in the afternoon to watch as rows of colored glass windows turn the sunlight into a brilliant indoor rainbow. José Matías Delgado, the famed priest and leader of El Salvador’s independence movement, is buried here.

Metropolitan Cathedral

Located in the city center by the National Palace, this monumental white structure has played a central role in Salvadoran history. It contains the tomb of Archbishop Óscar Arnulfo Romero and has attracted crowds of mourners and tourists since his assassination in 1980.

National Palace

Located in the city center by the National Palace, this monumental white structure has played a central role in Salvadoran history. It contains the tomb of Archbishop Óscar Arnulfo Romero and has attracted crowds of mourners and tourists since his assassination in 1980.

Plaza Libertad

Visit the heart of San Salvador’s historic downtown to snap photos in front of the striking bronze-and-marble Monument to the Heroes. This well-known symbol of the city, designed by Francisco Durini Cáceres, features an “angel of liberty” to commemorate the beginning of the independence movement in 1811. Walk to the east side of this public square to find El Rosario church.

West of El Salvador

Coatepeque Lake Views
El Tunco Beach
Cafe La Cumbrepano

Cerro Verde National Park

Planning a day trip? Hike through wooded trails and cloud forests at this park, which links three volcanoes: Santa Ana, Izalco, and Cerro Verde. The tallest volcano in El Salvador, Santa Ana, stands 7,605 square feet above sea level and features four nested craters. Izalco stands on the southern flank of Santa Ana and was once famed as the Lighthouse of the Pacific. The park is located around 40 miles west of Hyatt Centric San Salvador.

Comasagua

A whole mountain range of views towards the capital and the volcano of San Salvador. Just 40 minutes from Hyatt Centric San Salvador, with El Mirador de la Giralda restaurant, offering beautiful landscapes with views of our beautiful country and a menu of international food to choose from.

Joya de Cerén Archaeological Park

Travel back in time to a Mayan town that was buried under volcanic ash more than 1,400 years ago. Exceptionally preserved artifacts and earthen structures give you a unique perspective into the daily lives of farmers in this pre-Hispanic town, which was destroyed by the eruption of the Laguna Caldera volcano around 600 AD. After Pompeii, this is the only city preserved in this way.

La Libertad Beach

Just 30 minutes away by car, the strip of beaches of La Libertad offers not only the best waves for surfing at any level, but also a remarkable variety of fresh seafood in vibrant local restaurants. Whether it's for surfing lessons or relaxing watching the sunset, this getaway is a must on your visit to the capital.

San Salvador Area

Bicentenario Park

Start your day running on trails (2.17 M) that can also be used for biking, seven different Pic Nic areas barbecues and playgrounds, just 5 minutes away from Hyatt Centric San Salvador.

Museo de Arte de El Salvador

Designed by the Salvadoran architect Salvador Choussy, this museum has semi-permanent exhibitions and keeps the record of Salvadoran artistic production from the 19th century to the contemporary era with artists such as Fernando Llort, Noé Canjura, Negra Álvarez, Julia Díaz, Carlos Cañas, Salarrué , Roberto Huezo, among others.

David J. Guzmán National Museum of Anthropology

Currently, the museum has six permanent thematic rooms: Introductory; Migration and Rooting; Agriculture; Craft Production, Industry and Exchange; Religion, and Pre-Hispanic Burials of El Salvador, which displays more than 170 relics related to Mesoamerican burials. The museum has a restaurant, chocolate shop and craft shop.