Question: What is a customary way to greet someone in El Salvador?

A handshake is the customary greeting in El Salvador , but sometimes a slight nod of the head is also used. Common greetings include Buenos días (“Good day” or “Good morning”), Buenas tardes (“Good afternoon” or “Good evening”), and Buenas noches (“Good evening” or “Good night”).

What are the customs and traditions of El Salvador?

San Salvador celebrates its Fiestas Patronales the first week of August. Semana Santa: In El Salvador, Holy Week is celebrated with processions and rugs in the street made from sawdust, flower petals, fruit and vegetables, and other materials. Christmas Eve is celebrated with fireworks.

What can you not do in El Salvador?

Visit the Embassys COVID-19 page for more information on COVID-19 in El Salvador. Country Summary: Violent crime, such as murder, assault, rape, and armed robbery, is common. Gang activity, such as extortion, violent street crime, and narcotics and arms trafficking, is widespread.

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