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Good route bad organisation

To call this service hop on hop off is far fetched as there are only 2 services per day. Sales... read more

Reviewed 21 January 2018
LaohuPenang
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Penang Island, Malaysia
Great way to see Salvador

Gives you a flavour of all the lifestyle of Salvador, old and new. Stops at a few key points along... read more

Reviewed 14 October 2016
Scaifee2
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21 Jan 2018
“Good route bad organisation”
13 Oct 2016
“Great way to see Salvador ”
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Reviewed 21 January 2018

To call this service hop on hop off is far fetched as there are only 2 services per day. Sales offices don't know much! Play you luck to catch bus at any lick up points. Go at weekends to avoid traffic, only natural air conditioning!...More

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Reviewed 14 October 2016 via mobile

Gives you a flavour of all the lifestyle of Salvador, old and new. Stops at a few key points along the way and some limited commentary. Good if you want to search for places to visit for longer. R60 per person not such a big...More

2  Thank Scaifee2
Reviewed 12 January 2016 via mobile

The bus doesn't have AC with more than 50 centigrade. Our options where either at the sun or downstairs with no air at all. Even the tourist guide felt sick because of the heat, canceled the trip and made us all leave the bus in...More

2  Thank Silvina B
Reviewed 5 December 2015 via mobile

Prepare yourself for a tour in Salvador traffic for hours. The heat and sun boil us while we see mostly streets and regular buildings. Few and quick stops make it be not worth it.

2  Thank Phccarvalho
Reviewed 28 August 2015 via mobile

As We had little time in Salvador And I wanted To see everything, we did this tour. It was hot And unless you sat in The sun you could not get good Photo's. Within the first few minutes we saw a horrendous motorcycle accident which...More

2  Thank PaulMarc
Reviewed 4 August 2015

This 'tour' was more like a slow, time consuming bus ride with little to no 'tour' aspect to it. We drove around for hours stopping mainly at big shopping malls and a few religious attractions. Definitely not worth wasting your time or money on.

2  Thank Grace W
Reviewed 27 July 2015

It's worthless. Expensive (110,00 reais for a couple, something like US$ 35.00) . The guide mostly speaks only what see needs and is barely educated. Sound system inoperative, old and most of the time you cant hear it. It stop for 15 minutes at the...More

1  Thank Fotoschapeco
Reviewed 1 April 2015

50br seemed a lot for a bus tour, but we thought we'd see what it was like anyway. Not worth it!! Very little English translation - which was inaudible anyway - and even so, the amount of information about Salvador was limited. Probably 5 times...More

3  Thank ANDev_12
Reviewed 25 October 2014

It is no hop on hop off as you might know from every other city in the world! There are round about 5 stops on the route, only one or two (Bonfirm, Barra) may be interesting, the other ones are completely without any sense. Problem...More

3  Thank Dorte S
Reviewed 18 August 2014

It is R$50 per person for a full day. You can buy the tickets on the bus. Just note that they don't stop at Pelourinho, you should get of at Mercado Modelo and then take the elevador. The bus is not really English friendly, but...More

4  Thank Renette891
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grandmaandlovinit
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Response from Marselva |
Sorry Gradmaan, I was in the city only for 5 days, so I din´t rent a car. If you are planning to stay more days I think its better to rent a car. A taxi will not be able to take 5.
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