Facing Plaza Barrios, the most significant landmark in the city is the resting place of Archbishop Oscar A Romero. During the height of...
Built in the early 20th century of Italian marble, the Palacio Nacional was the government headquarters until the 1986 earthquake. Many...
The imposing Biblioteca Nacional is on the south end of Plaza Barrios. It is a spacious and comfortable place to escape the hot city.
If in the city on foot, you'll probably be drawn to the smells on the sidewalk comedores a block west of Plaza Barrios. The panes de...
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Teatro Nacional information
This ageing beauty still hosts major productions in the capital. Located east from Catedral Metropolitana, the theater was renovated in French Classical style in the mid-20th century. Opening times are not particularly reliable, but it is worth perservering to get in, especially if you cannot make it to Santa Ana. Entry is free unless you want to see a show.