Salvador da Bahia

Salvador da Bahia Attractions

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Praia do Forte

3 star rating: Worth doing 5 Reviews

Praia do Forte is an area of spectacular biodiversity less than two hours by bus from Salvador.  Like many beach towns in Brazil, Praia do Forte ...  Read more

Morro de Sao Paulo

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

Bahia not relaxed enough for you? Then try Morro de Sao Paulo, the ultimate island getaway. The complete opposite to its big city namesake Sao Paulo, Morro ...  Read more

Itaparica Island

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

This tropical island, which once played host to the Sul America Tennis Open, is home to some 40 kilometers of white sandy beaches, thick green forests and ...  Read more

Barra Lighthouse

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 14 Reviews

Perched proudly at the end of the Barra peninsula and housed inside an ancient Portuguese fort, Barra Lighthouse (Farol da Barra) is a prime spot to view ...  Read more

Pelourinho

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 14 Reviews

Pelourinho is Salvador’s original colonial center and was Brazil's first slave market. Its name is derived from the post or pillory that African slaves were ...  Read more

Mercado Modelo

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 3 Reviews

Mercado Modelo is a lively place stocked full of arts, crafts and touristy trinkets. Located across the street from the restored art deco elevador lacerda ...  Read more

Cachoeira

A small colonial town set on the banks of the Paraguaçu river, Cachoeira is both the capital of Reconcavo and an important vestige of Brazil’s colonial ...  Read more

Cidade Alta

Cidade Alta (Upper City) contains Salvador’s largest concentration of sights. Perched on an escarpment and affording great views over the bay (Todos os ...  Read more

Dique do Tororó (Tororo Dam)

In a city that’s filled with crowds of people, bustling commercial districts and an energy that can be described as nothing short of kinetic, the quiet ...  Read more

Fonte Nova Stadium

Opened in 2013, this massive stadium, which seats some 55,000 sports fans, was built by German architects and played host to World Cup excitement in 2014. ...  Read more

Forte de Monte Serrat

Built in the late 1500s, Forte de Monte Serrat was once known as Castelo de Sao Felipe and today still serves as one of the most iconic military structures in ...  Read more

Ilha dos Frades

Warm waves and slow tides make the picturesque shores of Ilha dos Frades—a star-shaped island accessible only by boat—one of Salvador’s most popular family ...  Read more

Lacerda Elevator

This incredible Salvador city highlight has been beautifully restored to its original art deco wonder and as a result, has become a destination for travelers ...  Read more

Mangue Seco

This tropical paradise ranks high among the most popular destinations in and around Salvador. Located in the traditional fishing village of Jandaira, the sandy ...  Read more

Museu Afro-Brasileiro

The Museo Afro-Brasileiro is one of the few museums of its type in Brazil exclusively dedicated to African cultural heritage and its influence on ...  Read more

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