Follow your local guide along Salvador’s cobblestone streets. Admire the buildings in Portuguese colonial style and discover Brazilian history.
Buildings date from the 18th, 17th and even the 16h century. This was the country’s first capital. You will see glimpses of that glorious past, in baroque altars plated with gold and imposing public buildings.
Return to the present to try acarajé, a scone-shaped local delicacy made of mashed beans and onions, deep-fried in palm oil. And while you are at it, discover cachaça, the Brazilian distilled spirit made from sugarcane.