Arriving to El Salvador, by plane will leave you approximately 40 minutes outside of the capital, and 90 minutes from Finca El Manzano. Once inside the city, it is fairly easy to get around, and below you will find our recommendations for transportation, hotels, food & coffee. If there is anything else you'd like to know, don't hesitate to email us and ask.
To and From the Airport
Phone: +503 2271 4937
Price: $30 per trip
Quick Rent a Car
Phone: +503 2229 6959
Price: $20+ per day
Phone: +503 2278 4417
Price: $50+ per night
Phone: +503 2249 3000
Price: $100+ per night
The cities shining star, serving not only some of the worlds finest coffee, but with a decorated staff, including the 2011 World Barista Champion. A must visit.
Hidden within the first level of 'Las Cascadas', (an indoor shopping center), this kiosk setup is perhaps the most discreet coffee shop in the city, serving one of the cities finest cappuccinos. *They also carry a wide selection of brewing equipment, at great prices.
Another hidden gem, with two locations in the capital. They carry some of the best 'pan-dulce' in the city, and serve an excellent brewed coffee, with perhaps the best lunch menu of all the city's cafes.
If you're looking for a quick stop in a central location, Macchiato is a great stop for delicious coffee and view of the volcano. Also, grab a coffee to go from their drive thru window.
La Hola Beto's
Two locations in the capital, and a third with a phenomenal view from Playa El Tunco; La Hola Beto's serves some of the countries finest sea food. The 'conchas' are a must try.
Delikats is a great dinner selection for outdoor seating, with various choices that will suit everyone.
One of the cities newest, and most popular Mexican restaurants.
Restaurant R & R
An excellent restaurant located in Juayua, El Salvador, along the 'Ruta de los Flores." Delicious steak and other dinner entrees served in a decorated courtyard.