The best cities in Central America

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The best cities in Central America
Source:listas.20minutos.es
In this list are listed the best to worst capital cities and departmental capitals, valued according to their human development and economic growth, which is the primary factor to be able to give faith and truth if a country is in progress or not. It is a top of 7 major cities, I know there is more and I will be hard or not, it is not against any country, but I have visited all of them, so I know that I speak and have

TOP 7:

City of Tegucigalpa, Honduras

City of Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Until we change, here is one of the cities with the least economic growth, because theirs is 0.002, but very much below a municipality of El Salvador and that is the Honduran capital, its Human Development Index is 0.861 . A country that has a long way to go, with a lost war against El Salvador, with a lot of crime and extreme poverty, in fact is now considered the poorest country in Central America, with social marginalization, I will not go into details in a city where they fire their own metropolitan cathedral and loot their shopping centers, it is not difficult to guess the way of life of Hondurans ...

TOP 6:

Guatemala City, Guatemala

Guatemala City, Guatemala
Guatemala City is in fourth place because if the Human Development Index is 0.907 and its Economic Growth is 0.007. Guatemala City encompasses modernity with antiquity, as it still has more than two fifths of its indigenous population and the majority of its country is developing (at a slow pace), most of the population lives in towns or villages, except those of the capital city. Typical foods are not known much, in fact they copy typical foods from other countries such as El Salvador (the pupusas) and tacos or Mexican cakes, its cuisine say that it is not so good for the other Central American countries. Its population growth is the highest in the region with more than 17 million people (according to the national census) and this continues to increase by leaps and bounds and this makes its economy is not strong, to continue the country will have serious problems economic In terms of student education are the worst evaluated, despite having a large population, the student population is not much, in fact are red numbers that we can appreciate, especially higher education is very low and poor quality. They have the lowest rated airport, the La Aurora airport, which is for civil and military use, is located in the heart of the capital. It has only one Airline and its longest flight is to Chicago, USA Financial districts in Central America recognized by the UNDP: Guatemala has an International Trade Center "Dubai Center-Guatemala" (World Trade Center Dubai Guatemala). It is an area of ​​offices and a commercial center but UNDP does not endorse it as a financial district because of its little influence in the region.


TOP 5:

City of San José, Costa Rica

City of San José, Costa Rica
The City of San Jose has an Economic Growth of 0.004 and a Human Development Index of 0.919. The "Pure Life" or "Ticos" have fallen in an unemployment rate and therefore occupy the third place in the Central American scale, also known to possess the highest women in the region and for a very low literacy rate (the best qualified). This country has a facility for business that goes hand in hand with its brother country El Salvador, in fact of 189 countries in the world, only Costa Rica and El Salvador occupy a very high position to facilitate business in their capital cities. It has the second best airport in Central America, El Aeropuerto de Alajuela, which is for civil use.

TOP 4:

Panama City, Panama

Panama City, Panama
Panama City is in the first place with its strongest economy in the Central American region, this being its human development of 0.966 and its economic growth of 0.002. Apart from having the strongest economy, it also has the best urban infrastructure in Central America, both for its infrastructure and roads.

TOP 3:

Antiguo Cuscatlán, La Libertad, El Salvador

Antiguo Cuscatlán, La Libertad, El Salvador
Yes, again a city in El Salvador, as I said before, these people do know how they work and make their country prosper, because their Economic Growth is 0.024 and their Human Development Index is 0.901. It is considered the second most important city of the Metropolitan Area of ​​San Salvador. It is full of shopping centers, and its main strength is that it is one of the areas where Salvadoran millionaires live, therefore its capital in Ciudad grows and remains strong.


TOP 2:

City of Santa Tecla, La Libertad, El Salvador

City of Santa Tecla, La Libertad, El Salvador
Santa Tecla has an Economic Growth of 0.011 (higher than that of Tegucigalpa) and its Human Development Index of 0.846. Where is located the largest factories in the country, with respect to foreign exports, by day a very cool city, at night a cultural, modern and traditional city, has many walks, in each of its avenues which is a Very cozy weather if you plan to visit Santa Tecla, at night it is wonderful to visit it.

TOP 1:

City of San Salvador, El Salvador

City of San Salvador, El Salvador
The City of San Salvador is in second place with a Human Development Index of 0.965. With an Economic Growth of 0.002. To speak of San Salvador is to speak of multitudes of things on an international scale, how is it possible that in such a small country it has an economy stronger than its neighbors? It is easy, this is due to years and years of work as well as citizens that are outside as those who work every day in their capital city, and has not been easy, the country has had to live a civil war of more than 12 years and three earthquakes that has devastated the capital in several occasions and even then its human development is very high and infrastructurally the country has been rebuilt from its foundations for many years, another factor that supports its economy is the currency, since it is one of the few countries that has the US dollar as national currency and therefore, in comparison with its neighboring countries (except Costa Rica and Panama), it has come out with its economy, this is the reason why many Guatemalans, Hondurans and Nicaraguans arrive in Salvadoran lands. look for the "dream of the dollar" since passing the currencies to their currency of use (quetzales, córdobas, lempiras) is made triple or more than what they could earn in their respective countries. They also have the best typical food that are pupusas recognized internationally and their women the most beautiful in the region. The Global Competitiveness Report of the World Economic Forum places Panama in second place and El Salvador in third place in the ranking of the best roads in Latin America, second only to Chile. Financial districts in Central America recognized by the UNDP: Financial district (in English, central business district or downtown) is the general term used to designate the central areas where businesses and offices are concentrated, Panama and El Salvador are the headquarters of the International Trade Centers where foreign investment is greater and the modernity of the area these financial districts are located in the modern city center. Central America has three financial districts, which are Centro Gigante San Salvador, World Trade Center Panama and World Trade Center San Salvador (World Trade Center in Spanish or WTC).