This is a beautiful city from a rustic point of view. When you enter the city as I did from the port, you will see a round building that is now used for merchants. This was the building used to store slaves before they were sold right out in front of this buiilding
Cities near Salvador for Backpackers
- 1Brazil1 review
Um dos lugares mais bonitos que já visitei.
- 2Brazil13 reviews
Morro de Sao Paolo is a spectacular island off the coast of Salvador. It does not get more laid back than this. Clear waters, beautiful beaches, palm trees, cocktails off muddled tropical fruits. A wonderful experience. At night there is a great scene for dancing and having fun!
- 3Brazil6 reviews
Praia do Forte is a place I often visit with travelers. It's a former fishermans village who became touristic but in a very charming way because it probably is one of the most quit (noisewise) places in Bahia. There is the famous Projeto Tamar (a giant turtle protection program througout Brazil) and the ruins of the Castle of Dias d'Avila ...
- 5Brazil2 reviews
- 6Brazil1 review
muito bom ótimo lugar paradisíaco!!!!
- 7Brazil1 review
Cachoeira, the cradle of actual Brazil, is an inland town in the rural zone “Recôncavo” of Bahia, on the Paraguaçu River. The town exports sugar, cotton and tobacco and is a thriving commercial and industrial centre. First settled by the Indians, it was later settled by the Portuguese families of Dias Adorno and Rodrigues Martins. It became known as Nossa ...