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After going downtown this was a great stop. Beautiful garden with small ponds with fish and many plant types and plenty of birds. Many great spots to sit in the shade and enjoy the peace.
This was the first place we visited in San Salvador. We walked from our hotel about 20 minutes to reach it. We loved the shady respite and place to catch up after a long night of flying. We had a soft drink from the canteen and watched locals feed the fish and turtles. It was interesting to learn about some... 更多
At $1.25 admission, this is a bargain. Prepare yourself for mosquitos, there is slow moving water, and you're sure to leave with at least a couple bites if you are uncovered.
Jardin Botanico is the place to go if you want to learn about the different types of plants that El Salvador grows. Beautiful place to spend some time to relax and enjoy nature. Inexpensive and it has a big play area for kids. My family loved this place. It has a cafeteria where you can buy lunch (it cost around... 更多
I visited the La Laguna Botanic Garden on a Sunday afternoon when there were a lot of families visiting the garden, getting shady relief from the hot sun and urban concrete. The kids--as all kids around the world-- were ecstatic with the little waterfalls, the bridges, the streams, the mosses, the frogs, and the sodas at the cafe at the... 更多
This botanical garden was recommended to my boyfriend and me by our hotel (Arbol de Fuego- look them up!) and was only a short walk away- maybe 15 or 20 min. We visited the garden on our last afternoon in El Salvador and it was such a nice way to end an amazing trip. We walked in the garden and... 更多
The gradens were very nice. They have walking trails that are clearly defined and easy to follow. There is a playground area for elementary age children and a restaurant.
Cons - There are no local buses or taxis that go by this place on a regular. Recommend taking a... 更多