Salvador da Bahia, the first capital of Brazil, is a fascinating and historical city. The capital of the state of Bahia is divided into two parts: high city and low city, which are joined by the imposing elevator Lacerda, offering a breathtaking view of the Bahia de Todos os Santos. The Pelourinho, in the Historic Center of Salvador, is a skillfully restored architectural complex, considered by UNESCO as a world heritage site. In Pelourinho you can breathe culture, with its squares, daily theaters of artistic and musicals performances .

In addition to being a historic city, Salvador is also an ideal showcase for all the traditions, contradictions and magic of Bahia. Salvador is the symbol of Brazilian syncretism, a harmonious mixture of races and cultures: European, indigenous and especially African. Great is the cuisine, based on fish and seafood, with exotic seasonings that go back to the African origins.

To better know the culture of this land, it is important to visit and visit the candomblé terreiros, an ancient worship service of the orixás, the spirits of nature. Capoeira, Brazilian "martial fight". Exotic is the nightlife that in Salvador is always made up of an explosive mix of magic, tradition and pure joy, to the rhythm of Afro Axé, the musical genre already famous throughout the world.

Events not to be missed: - New Year's Eve (Beach parties) - Carnival (Folly Week) - Washing of the Bonfim (on the 2nd Wednesday of January, religious / popular festival with dancing parties) - Feast of Iemanjá (February 2, one of the most important festivals of Candomblé) - Festivals Juninas (23 and 24 of June, celebrated with pyrotechnic games and parties in the street) - Fiesta Santa Bárbara (4/6 of December, celebration of the markets of Candomblé, the main Market of the Fish of Rio Vermelho)

Rent an apartment or a B&B in Salvador , come to visit this amazing city!