Salvador is vibrant, colourful and rhythmically impressive. From Farol da Barra to Pelourinho - Listed as Unesco's Cultural Heritage Site, this beautiful beach resort is best known for its numerous breathtaking attractions including idyllic sandy beaches, delicious cuisine and an impressive architecture, inherited from the Portuguese, the true founders of this city that once was the Capital of Brazil. In fact, visiting Salvador means finding many hidden gems containing important parts of the history of Brazil and its peoples.
Considered by many as the centre of Afro-Brazilian culture, Salvador is actually a strong mix of African and European elements which make this place such a unique melting pot. Some might say that Carnaval happens all year round in Salvador. However, the truth is that this city transpires energy that is translated into a friendly atmosphere, every day of the year.