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Suchitoto- steeped in a history that comes alive through the healing of arts. We stayed a week. Accommodations range from apartments, 4 person and two person rooms. An area to wash your own clothes and a line to hang it up. Only a cold water...More
Stayed here as part of a group tour. Room was quite spacious, sunny but bit noisy. Only cold shower but in this weather that was fine. Enjoyed the local school band practising in garden and the breakfasts here. Would stay here again if I visited...More
Peggy O'Neill is an American Catholic nun who has devoted her life to improving the lives of young Salvadoreans. She runs a number of programs designed to give young people skills and interests and try and prevent them from joining gangs which are such a...More
This seems an important place in the community (during my visit there was a yoga class, some sort of eye screening, and what appeared to be a clinic for pregnant women), but not really much to see in terms of art. Worth a stop, nice...More
Like other arts initiatives around the country, there are free classes for the local youth, and there is a variety of art made of various types of media on display as you walk around the interior courtyard; the current exhibition focuses on women and is...More
This is a great place that offers genuine insight into the culture of El Salvador. The rooms are very basic but will meet your short term needs. Some rooms share bathroom and shower with room adjacent. Very friendly and helpful staff. You can enjoy free...More
It was great seeing a beautiful display on women's contributions to the world. Also seeing the art pieces from the students there was amazing. Without a doubt this center is making a positive impact on this community.
A community center with an incredible mission and a tragic past. Make sure you find someone who can give you a short history of the center and of the surrounding area. If you have the opportunity to meet the sister who runs the center -...More
It was recommended to us to visit the Centro Arte Para La Paz when we were there in 2014. The Sister who works there was unfortunately away the day we visited, but we still had a wonderful visit and learned much about El Salvador and...More