El Salvador - 
      Richard Arghiris

El Salvador

El Salvador's roads are less travelled compared to other Central American countries, making for a country which retains that elusive quality travellers often look for: adventure. From dramatic volcanic landscapes to blue-green lagoons, from the bustle of San Salvador to the quiet wilderness of El Imposible National Park, this guidebook will help you make the most of your visit to this spectacular country. Les mer
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El Salvador's roads are less travelled compared to other Central American countries, making for a country which retains that elusive quality travellers often look for: adventure. From dramatic volcanic landscapes to blue-green lagoons, from the bustle of San Salvador to the quiet wilderness of El Imposible National Park, this guidebook will help you make the most of your visit to this spectacular country.
* Practicalities section with indispensable information on getting there and around.
* Highlights map and inspirational colour section so you know what not to miss.
* Comprehensive, up-to-date listings of where to eat, drink and sleep.
* Detailed street maps for San Salvador and other key towns.
* Slim enough to fit in your pocket
Loaded with advice and information on how to get around, this concise Footprint guide will help you get the most out of El Salvador without weighing you down.
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Forlag: Footprint Travel Guides
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
ISBN: 9781909268685
Format: 18 x 12 cm
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1) Planning your trip
2) San Salvador & around
3) Western El Salvador
4) Western Pacific Coast
5) Northern El Salvador
6) Eastern El Salvador
7) Eastern Pacific Coast
8) Background
9) Practicalities
10) Index
Richard Arghiris is a freelance writer, journalist, blogger, and long-term traveler. He has been wandering the highways and unpaved back roads of Central America since 2003, contributing to a range of Footprint titles and a host of websites, magazines and newspapers, including The Independent, The Observer, Perceptive Travel and Intercontinental Cry. His blog, www.unseenamericas.com, features news reports, narrative journalism and street photography from the sketchy US-Mexico border to the teeming rainforests of Panama.