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This square is located right in the historical district and is a great place to go in the evening, when it's packed with people, food stalls and people dancing the ever so popular samba - this is true Brazilean Bahia Culture at its best!
Situated in the old, historical part of the city - Praca da Se is a smallish square consisting of water fountains, street vendors and market stalls and on occasion, a variety of eccentric and lively, local dance performances. Nice place to just sit and relax,...More
Sorounded by many historic buildings and beautiful churches is the perfect point to begin a walking tour. Be careful with the people trying to sell or "give you something as a gift" they become anoying. Women dressed as "Bahianas" charge for each picture and get...More
There are two settlements in Salvador, the lower city and the ancient old city. It is dangerous to walk up the road as it makes you vulnerable to motor bike gangs so either take a taxi or ride the unique lift that transgresses the two...More