Installed in the 16th century, Pelourinho is a historic neighborhood, well know as Historic Center, that is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of the most important colonial and baroque architecture examples in Latin America.
A distinctive expression of Afro-Brazilian, well known as a fighting dance, Capoeira is a unique martial art that combining dance with fight move. In November 2014, Capoeira received the title of I Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO.
The Bahian coast has beautiful beaches. Among the numerous beaches available to visitors, we have: Frades Island, Praia do Forte, Praia Farol da Barra, Massarandupió, and many others.
The exotic Bahia culinary is characterized by recipes for exotic, spicy, colorful and aromatic foods. Among the typical culinary highlights we have: Abará, Acarajé, Vatapá and Caruru.
Museu da Arte Sacra:
Located in the Historic Center, Pelourinho, the Sacred Art Museum is near to beautiful beaches of Salvador and has more than 5,000 pieces that keep the history of Luso-Brazilian Sacred Art.