More than 15 thousand people supported the merchants of the renovated Hula Hula Market during the weekend

The Hula Hula market received more than 15,000 visitors between Saturday and Sunday. The mayor of San Salvador, Mario Durán, confirmed that the influx of buyers was massive and thanked the more than 900 merchants who started activities in the new building on July 13 for their support.

“More than 15,000 Salvadorans visited the Hula Hula Market in its first open weekend. Thank you to everyone who is supporting merchants to get ahead, since each and every one who visits and buys in the market is part of the success of this project, “said the mayor.

It was the first weekend of commercial activity since the inauguration of the facilities, located on Rubén Darío Street, and both visitors and merchants experienced the benefits of the new system of municipal markets promoted by Mayor Durán, who maintains his commitment to transforming the capital.

During the first day of activities organized by the community, the Municipal Orchestra and La Marimba de San Salvador put the musical touch on the rooftop of the Hula Hula market. There were also dynamic children’s activities enlivened by clowns, while hundreds of people made their purchases at the different stalls, kiosks, and restaurants.

The mayor’s office of San Salvador affirmed that it will continue to support the promotion of the new municipal market through cultural and recreational activities, so that visitors have pleasant moments in a safe, comfortable, and modern space.

The Hula Hula market is open from Monday to Friday from 7:30 in the morning until 7:00 at night, while on Saturdays the commercial activity begins at 7:30 in the morning until 8:00 in the night, and on Sundays you can enter at 7:30 in the morning and the activities will end at 5:00 in the afternoon.