Disorientated for a long time because of the war, El Salvador is now a stable parliamentary republic. Landlocked between Guatemala
, Central America's smallest country benefits from a wide shoreline along the Pacific Ocean. The Salvadorans essentially live off the country's farming resources. Those who travel to El Salvador will discover coffee, cotton and sugar fields covering almost the whole territory. San Salvador
, the capital, is a stifling city. But you need not go very far to explore the 25 extinct volcanoes, as well as a multitude of rivers.