San Salvador is the capital city of El Salvador, and the capital of the San Salvador department. It is the country's most populated municipality as well as its most important political, cultural, educational and financial center.
The city is located in the Boquerón Volcano Valley, a region of high seismic activity. El Boquerón Volcano was dormant since its last eruption in 1917, but has been active recently. San Salvador is rich in Spanish heritage, and its historical center contains architecture that is not found elsewhere in Latin America.
San Salvador has a tropical wet and dry climate, people enjoy warm weather all year round, with daily temp of (80°F). Its weather cools from the months of November through February due to seasonal winds of the dry season. The hottest months of the year are April and May, during the transition from the dry season (October–April), to the rainy season (May–September). In April and May temperatures may reach in the 90s. The highest reading ever recorded was (101.3 °F),