Famous catholic temple, located at Sagrada Colina, in Salvador. It is there where you can find the far-famed Fitinhas do Bonfim.
Dique do Tororó is the only natural wellspring in Salvador and it is surrounded by a 110 thousand cubic meters lake.
The Elevador Lacerda is the world's first urban lift ever built and is one of the most prominent touristic spot and landmark in town.
Farol da Barra or Farol de Santo Antônio can be found at the old Padrão's tip, currently known as Santo Antônio's tip, in Salvador.
Located at Ladeira da Barra, it was built by the end of the 16th century and it stands out for its classical architectonic traits.
Craft market located at Comércio neighborhood, one of Salvador's oldest and most traditional commercial zones.
Fondly known as Pelô, it is the name for a neighborhood that gathers much history and culture from the state and country, such as its big houses from the beginning of the 20th century.
Urban park which preserves significant remainings from the rainforest and restinga. Recently restored to achieve a more contemporary and attractive fashion for the current urban dynamics.
There, the visitor can become acquainted with Carybé's home and studio in a virtual visitation.
Everything from Pierre Verger's vault, as well as urban landscapes, African-Brazilian cults, and Bahia's country-side.
Coffee and typical snacks from Bahia in a quiet atmosphere with an exhibition about the renowned Brazilian writer.
Located at Pelourinho, in Salvador, its cultural gear was opened in 1998 and seeks to think over the relationship between Bahia and Benim, whence people have been trafficked.
KIDS space, toys, polka dot pool and an environment created to entertain our mini guests.