Duo Colonial 6 days
Duo Colonial 6 days

Regular daily services
El Salvador & Guatemala
Day 1 – Airport to 1hr 35 mins Suchitoto-
Transfer from Comalapa International Airport to the city of Suchioto. Night in Suchitoto.
Day 2 – Tour Suchitoto Old Town, Colonial architecture – 8 hrs
The tour is a beautiful Suchitoto visit the beautiful city of Suchitoto, also known as "Bird Place
Flower "by name in Nahuatl. Suchitoto provides an essence of ancient city with colonial architecture where
seems that time has stopped. Visit its beautiful cobbled streets, art galleries, home
crafts and one of the main attractions of the city for its structure and historical importance: the Church
St. Lucia, built in 1853, currently there are pure Pipil in El Salvador and the only people
who speak their ancient language, given the deep mixing in El Salvador there is a huge percentage of the
Salvadorans take pipil blooded. The city is known as the "Cradle of History and Culture" throughout the
wealth it contains. Night in Suchitoto.
Day 3 – Volcanoes Complex and Route of Colonial Peoples – 8 hrs D / /
In the morning, visit the National Park Complex Lakes and Volcanoes, panoramic tour of the Cerro Verde Volcano
Volcano Volcano Izalco and Llamatepec. Later, panoramic view of Lake Coatepeque ranked among the most
beautiful in the world. Then, check the area of El Salvador coffee mountains and handicraft villages Apaneca, I attack
and Resume. Night at Ruta de las Flores.
Day 4 – Guatemala City Sightseeing Tour – Antigua Guatemala – 5 hrs D / /
After breakfast, transfer to Antigua Guatemala (160kms approx.). En route visit the panoramic city
Guatemala. Afternoon arrival in Antigua Guatemala. Free to enjoy the surroundings at night. Accommodation
Antigua Guatemala.
Day 5 – Antigua Guatemala Walking Tour – 5 hrs D / /
The Old City has a large number of ruins and restored colonial buildings, which are a fraction
the magnificent colonial architecture of the city, museums contain a large collection of religious art,
sculptures, furniture and murals depicting colonial life. Antigua Guatemala, partially destroyed by
Santa Marta earthquakes in 1773, declared in 1965 as "colonial monument of America" and in 1979 declared
as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Visit the most beautiful chu