David’s been here brings us a final El Salvador Unplugged episode to the city of Santa Tecla. Neighboring the capital city of San Salvador, these cities were once separated by extensive coffee plantations, which today have become suburbs lying in two different states. Tour this beautiful city as David displays the main streets, neo-gothic style church, local markets and San Martin Park, filled with Spanish-influenced architecture.
Stroll the markets, try some local street fare, or if you find yourself in the area Thursday to Saturday, visit the pedestrian night market for a wonderful, cultural experience. Find out everything David recommends doing in this city with the DBH Guide to El Salvador, also available for your Kindle.
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