El Salvador is undergoing a remarkable transformation, poised to host the Miss Universe 2023 pageant and shine a spotlight on its rich culture and breathtaking beauty. This transformation encompasses infrastructure development, improved roads, and a burgeoning tourism industry that promises to benefit all. Seguir leyendo El Salvador Transforms Itself and Prepares to Welcome Miss Universe to Illuminate the World.
Today, over 400 students embarked on an adventure-filled journey of fun, embracing nature and mechanical thrills on the “From Adventure to Fun” route. These enthusiastic students had the opportunity to visit the Adventure Park in Surf City Walter Thilo Deninger and enjoy the attractions at Sunset Park. Seguir leyendo El Salvador Promotes Recreation and Healthy Entertainment for Public School Students.
El Salvador is poised to become a trailblazer in the realm of Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the entertainment industry, as a prominent American company establishes its international AI Management and Development headquarters in the country, fostering collaboration with local talent. Seguir leyendo El Salvador Takes the Lead in Artificial Intelligence Development for the Entertainment Industry.
Dozens of Salvadorans visited the amusement park, located next to the Cuscatlán Stadium, yesterday to enjoy a family day out. The safety ambience is one of the standout aspects for tourists visiting Sivarland, just before the start of the celebrations in honor of the Divine Savior of the World. Seguir leyendo Sivarland’s Safety Measures Earn High Praise from Visitors.
The Government of President Nayib Bukele is gearing up to present a captivating lineup of cultural activities for Salvadorans and international tourists to savor during the upcoming August vacations, all under the slogan “Quédate cerquita” (Stay Close). Seguir leyendo Discover El Salvador’s Vibrant August Cultural Festival: ‘Quédate cerquita’.
The amusement park is the only one in Central America with these characteristics and is located in Circuit I of Surf City, according to the president of the ISTU, Eny Aguiñada. Seguir leyendo Sunset Park received 193,990 visitors from August to November
In just 24 hours, Salvadorans enjoyed several massive events with the greatest of peace of mind, including the Bad Bunny concert, the San Miguel Carnival, and the Surf City El Salvador ALAS Pro Tour tournament, thanks to the security measures of the government of El Salvador. Seguir leyendo Thousands of Salvadorans enjoyed festivities, concerts, and activities this past weekend alone
The Minister of the Environment has participated in different presentations and meetings where he has exposed the actions that the country is taking to adapt to climate change. Seguir leyendo El Salvador participates in the United Nations Conference on Climate Change
In this way, those interested will reserve space to attend the attractions at no cost on a day of the week that will be destined to receive visitors from these sectors. Seguir leyendo Public schools and communities will be able to reserve spaces to enter Sunset Park for free
The filming of “Fireflies in El Mozote” begins in November. It will be the most expensive film made in the country to date, with a budget of $1.4 million and a cast of national actors. Seguir leyendo A Salvadoran producer will invest $5 million in three local films