Welcome to Suchitoto! While it may be a lesser known destination, you'll discover many impressive views in El Salvador.

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Suchitoto is just 20 miles northeast of the city of San Salvador.

Visit Estadio Magico Gonzales and experience first-hand the passion for sports in El Salvador. Located in San Salvador, it's 20 miles from Suchitoto. When the game's done, join fellow fans at the neighborhood bars.

Sightseers staying here often head 7 miles northeast to Chalatenango to experience Chalatenango Cathedral and Turicentro Agua Fria.

Santa Ana is 45 miles to the west of Suchitoto. This regional center is known for Museum of Human Anatomy, Metrocentro Santa Ana and Santa Ana Volcano. Regional Museum of the West and Santa Ana City Hall are other good places to visit.

If you are lucky to have good weather during your time here, get out and enjoy some water activities. Swimming and surfing are two local options.

Local cuisines are one of the best ways to learn about a destination. So, head to some of the region's restaurants.

Go ahead and look out for the ingredients found in the district, like chicken and beef.

Make sure you try some local food, such as tipico salvadoreno (eggs, cheese, tortillas) and casamiento (rice and black beans).

Why not grab a bite of a popular local treat, pastelitos (small stuffed pastries)?

As a great accompaniment to your dinner, you'll be able to enjoy kolachampan (sugar-cane soft drink), a popular local non-alcoholic beverage.

Believed to be one of the most well-known local spirits here, vinagre de piña (fermented pineapples and water) is certainly worth a try.

Practising a few common Spanish phrases can make the difference between a run-of-the-mill vacation and a rewarding journey into the heart of this area's culture. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" translates to "Would you like to dance with me?" "Este caballero pagará por todo" is also good to know. It translates to "This gentleman will pay for everything".

On the 15th of September, throw yourself into the festivities for Independence Day, a day of celebration all over the country.

Say "Adiós" to Suchitoto, while knowing that this special place will always be there for you to return whenever you want.

For those who plan on traveling by air, know that the most convenient airport is 35 miles to the south of Suchitoto.

Accommodation in Suchitoto

Since there are less than a dozen Expedia-listed accommodation in Suchitoto and its immediate surroundings, you should book early if you plan on staying for a few days.

The following Suchitoto hotels are worth considering, the Los Almendros De San Lorenzo and Casa 1800 Suchitoto

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