Explore Salamanca, land of mysterious sorcerers, religious traditions and archaeological heritage. This commune eminently agricultural and mining of the province of Choapa, invites you to know its main tourist attractions: the Raja de Manquehua, the Churches of Huanque and Lord of the Earth, the abundant petroglyphs, the vineyards of chicha and chacolo, the hanging bridge of Coirón, the drying ovens of tobacco, the Corrales reservoir and the traditional Plaza de Armas, among others. Visit the main attractions of this city as its old town, place of a lot of heritage history. To 12 km to the northeast is Chalinga, a picturesque town among gorges, known for its magical petroglyphs, to finish tasting its traditional liquors: Chicha and chacolo in the town of Cancha Brava, a few steps from the city. These must are obtained through the fermentation of grapes in earthen jars of about 200 years old. If you do not want to leave Salamanca you can continue visiting some complementary attractions such as the Plaza de Armas, the parish church and the craft fair.