El Tablon in Departamento de Usulutan is located in El Salvador - roughly 45 mi (or 72 km) East of San Salvador, the seat of the Salvadoran government.
Local time in El Tablon is 01:05 AM (Sunday). The local timezone is "America / El Salvador" with an UTC/GMT offset of -6 hours.
Zamoran, Soyapango, San Salvador, San Miquel, Santa Tecla, Mejicanos, La Cruzadilla de San Juan, Jobal Arrozales, El Triunfo and Delgado are destinations relativly nearby and could be interesting to discover when around.
According to our records, there are 2 airports in the nearby. The closest airport is Comalapa International Airport with a distance of 39 mi (or 62.8 km) east of the centre of El Tablon. Have a look at our dedicated picture album to get an idea of what this places is like. Need a few ideas for finding things to see and want to get to know more about this place? Check the related El Tablon attractions page. The same applies for local and videos.
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