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Salvador one of the oldest cities in the New World got lots to offer visitors

Salvador is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Due to its very beauty and to a series of unique features, it has become a primary destination for international tourism. Famous for its history, for the legacy left by people from other continents, for the religious syncretism and for its hospitable people, the capital of the state of Bahia. It also draws visitors from everywhere, who arrive in the city seduced by the best kind of advertisement there is: The word –of-mouth.

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Hotel Praia da Sereia    

Hotel Praia da Sereia Salvador
Salvador

Itapuã, Salvador

With a rooftop pool and sunloungers, Praia da Sereia is 200 metres from Salvador’s Itapuã Beach. It features a gym, sauna and a cybercafé with free Wi-Fi. The restaurant serves breakfast. More

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Good, 7.3 Score from 252 reviews

Grande Hotel da Barra    

Grand Hotel da Barra Salvador
Salvador

Barra, Salvador

This hotel is ideally located on Porto da Barra Beach seafront, in Salvador, featuring a pool. Nearby, guests enjoy a colourful nightlife, shops and sunsets. Spacious rooms and breakfast are offered. There are 3 people looking at this hotel. More

Latest booking: 1 hour ago updated

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Very good, 8.4 Score from 198 reviews

Pousada da Mangueira  

Pousada da Mangueira Salvador
Salvador

Pelourinho, Salvador

The Pousada da Mangueira welcomes you to enjoy an outdoor pool and beautiful gardens in a quiet and safe area of Salvador, within walking distance of the popular Pelourinho. There are 2 people looking at this guest house. More

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The Historic Center of Salvador, Bahia.

 

Salvador was founded in 1549 and was Brazil’s capital until 1763. The Historic Center of Salvador is Unesco World Heritage site

The exotic Salvador, one of the oldest cities in the “New World” got lots to offer visitors.

The beautiful old Pelourinho square with its vivid colored colonial buildings and the iconic church, the old elevator Elevador Lacerda tranporting people down from Cidade Alta to the lower parts of the city where you can visit the old market Mercado Modelo and view Capoeira in one of the places of its origin or take a ferry to nearby beachtowns.

Known as the “Land of Happiness,” this tropical port city is home to a unique blend of cultures and ethnicities, making it one of the world’s most fascinating and exotic locations. The historic city center, Pelhourino, delights visitors with its immaculately preserved colonial architecture and baroque churches, while the Barra beachfront neighborhood is filled with hip nightclubs and outdoor cafes.

Bahia’s capital of Salvador (the city was generally referred to as “Bahia”) is located on a cape of land sticking south south-west into the Atlantic Ocean. And although it sits well within the tropics at a southern latitude of thirteen degrees, it receives a refreshing sea-breeze which seldom falters until the wee hours of the morning when things have generally cooled off anyway.

The city sits on a huge bay, a Baia de Todos os Santos (the Bay of All Saints), and the topography is predominently hill and valley.

Brazil often popular Bucket shop destination

Salvador

Salvador is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Due to its very beauty and to a series of unique features, it has become a primary destination for international tourism.

Famous for its history, for the legacy left by people from other continents, for the religious syncretism and for its hospitable people, the capital of the state of Bahia has staged and has been the object of several studies, conducted by professionals from different fields. It also draws visitors from everywhere, who arrive in the city seduced by the best kind of advertisement there is: The word –of-mouth.

Salvador’s history dates back to 48 years before its foundation, with the discovery of Todos os Santos (All Saints) Bay in 1501. The bay could be used as a harbor and was well-located, becoming a reference for sailors and one of the best-known and most visited places in the New World.

This gave force to the idea of building a city. King D. João VI hence named the miltary officer and politician Tomé de Souza general – governor and gave him the task of founding the first Portuguese city in the Americas.

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