Brazilian Travel Tips
Salvador, Bahia, of Brasil
Salvador is a fun city amidst the culture and architecture of
16th century Portugal. One can appreciate the touristic sites
by day and join the Salvadoreans in their nightly parties until
Favourite spots in Salvador, Bahia,
By day the Elevador Lacerda, the Bay of all Saints, and the
Dique de Torroro are musts. Take time out to enjoy the many
beaches.At night when the city comes alive hot entertainment
spots areas are Barra and Pelourinha. Pelourinha is a must.
It can approach the unbelievable. There are no major safety
problems unless in unauthorized areas.
What's really great in Salvador, Bahia, of Brasil:
I liked the friendly people, the food approaching European cuisins,
the local dishes were novel and superb. The music was just great
and there was plenty of it. Most known Brazilian musicians are
from this state.
Sights in Salvador, Bahia, of Brasil:
16-18th century churches, modernistic architecture, Elevador
Lacerda, Bay of All Saints, Forts, lighthouses, folkloric shopping,
modern shopping, unique culture, music, music, music.
Accommodations in Salvador, Bahia, of Brasil:
There are hotels, models and Pousadas to fit every pocketbook.
The 5-star hotels begin at US$150, the 4=star at US$90, and
the pousadas at US40.
Clubs in Salvador, Bahia, of Brasil:
Bar Reggae, Club Mix-Ozone, Alambique, Bar Banzo, Habeus Copos,
Bastidor, Artes y Manha.
Pubs in Salvador, Bahia, of Brasil:
Bier House, Cafe do Farol, Bar Bohemia, Chopp da Rua.
Restaurants in Salvador, Bahia, of Brasil:
Senac, Encontro dos Artistas, Cantinia da Lua, Tempero da DadaSolar
da Unhao. Burgacao, Atelier Maria Adair.
Other recommendations in Salvador, Bahia, of Brasil:
There is something for every taste.
Published on Monday
August 19th, 2002 by http://www.globosapiens.net