Brazil has amazing history and culture and Pelourinho is a great place that captures this history. Highly recommend for one to do a walkabout in Pelourinho when visiting Salvador. Truly worth it!
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Composed of a maze of rough cobble stone streets and full of interesting restaurants and shops. There is a lot of street drumming and music and a great folklore ballet company that is a must see. The city is divided into upper and lower areas...More
More of a triangle square, its history down the centuries can't be ignored. There often drummers to provide daytime entertainment, and nights are said to be lively It's also well worth watching the Michael Jackson video to see how it can host major events. Care...More
Pelourinho it's the most importante place to visit if you go to Salvador. Has many historical building from the colonial era. Very cool and interessante. I was very surprised about that . Do not miss the San Francisco church . The one that is all...More
Pelourinho is the district where a lot of bad things happened, which many don't know about anymore and the place is more of a party district than anything else, along with some fine shopping and eating establishments. If you go during the Sao Joao (St...More
This is the historic district of Salvador. Colonial houses and churches and numerous museums to visit. I recommend Jorge Amado Museum, Museu Afro-Brasiliero of the Federal University of Bahia located what used to be the Federal Universities Medical School. Many restaurants, bars, shops and squares...More
Pelourinho is a must see in Salvador-Bahia, cradle of Brazil. From the cobblestones that cover the whole area to the colorful colonial houses, most of them semidetached houses displayed in an incredible palette, to the beautiful churches, everything evoques the history of this unique place....More