How To Get From San Salvador To Merida

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The Parque El Nacional EL Boqueron is a piece of nature that is close to the city. It is one of the many volcanoes in Central America where it is worthwhile to stop for a moment.

How To Get From San Salvador To Merida


The Paseo de Montejo has a row of beautiful buildings and presents what kind of history and culture lies in the city of Merida. In the evening there is so much to do and the street is closed to vehicular traffic.

Here are the available modes of transport from San Salvador to Merida.

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Bus Ticket From San Salvador To Merida

The distance between San Salvador to Merida is 200 km. From the San Carlos bus terminal, take the Tica Bus Transport Service that is bound to Reformita (Guatemala City). From here, take the TransMetro bus that goes to Tipografia. From here, take another TransMetro bus that will take you to San Agustin. Next, take a Linea Dorada bus that is heading for Santa Elena; from here, take a passenger van that will take you to Merida. The total travel time is 21 hours for US$185. For details, check:

How To Get From San Salvador To Merida

If you choose to drive, the travel time is 19 hours.

Train Ticket From San Salvador To Merida

There is no railway service for this route.

Airplane Ticket From San Salvador To Merida

Take the non-stop Aero Mexico flight route. The travel time is 7 hours for US$300. For flight details, check out:

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