The palace was interesting. The fee to enter is a few dollars. It is quite big, but unless you're really interested in history, you don't necessarily need to visit every room. We were fascinated by the historical information posted throughout, and it was presented in both Spanish and English. The courtyard in the middle of the building is very beautiful.... 更多
Our taxi driver took us here for a look when we only had a few hours to see the sights in the city during a stop over. We did not speak Spanish and our driver did not speak English but he took us to many interesting sites in a short period of time. This is very interesting to see inside... 更多
If you come to San Salvador and have some time, come to the National Palace. It was built in 1911 or so and was the home to the government. It is a sprawling building constructed around an inner courtyard. It is in the process of being renovated, which adds to the experience. The work being done is amazing. Also, Kudos... 更多
I took a private City Tour of San Salvador my first weekend on a Sunday with Salvadorean Tours for $99. They offer better group rates based on size of group. The City Tour included the National Palace which is the work place of the president but he lives in Zona Rosa and I know why now. The Palace is located... 更多
A leftover of an era gone by, the Palace had nice gardens, a musical instrument museum and some government offices. And while the official entrance price was posted at the entrance, I paid three times that - the gringo price.
Still being restored, with most of the rooms not open to the public. The rooms that have been restored are beautiful and they have some exhibitions with good info about San Salvador and the official history of the country. The gardens are quite nice and quiet, away from the bustle of the central square and market. If you are touring... 更多
Nice place to visit. It represents also the historical memory of El Salvador country and the war for the independence.