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Walking city tour

For passengers staying hotels or guest houses in the Historical Center of Salvador we offer a walking tour with private guide of the principal attractions of the largest complex of colonial architecture in Latin America.

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how it works

Hotel or Pousada pick up by guide and then visit the principal attractions of the Historical Centre of Salvador, the renowned Pelourinho, the largest assemblage of colonial buildings in Latin America and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Strolling the cobbled stone streets of the colonial district, flanked by houses in pastel shades, we visit the exuberantly gilded São Francisco Church, most ornate Baroque church in Brazil. We continue to the Municipal Square towering above the Lower City offering wonderful views of the of the All Saints bay. Return to the hotel on foot accompanied by your guide.

what to see

  • Historic landmarks at Barra district

  • São Francisco Church

  • Cathedral or other church

  • Walking tour of historical district

  • Comprehensive city orientation / overview

Complementary Tours

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Lower City Tour

The Lower City tour offers another perspective of the sprawling city, taking us to the quiet waters of the Itapagipe Peninsula where life moves at a slower pace than the bustling upper city

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Bahia by Night

An evening immersed in the permeating African heritage with an exhilarating performance by the Bahia Folklore Company (Balé Folclórico da Bahia), one of the most respected folklore dance troupes in the world

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Schooner Bay Cruise

Amerigo Vespucci boldly went where no European had gone before when he landed at the entrance to the bay on Nov 01, 1501, All Saints’ Day, hence the name All Saints’ Bay. Aboard a motorized wooden schooner we take to the waters of the bay for a full day cruise of the largest tropical bay in the world