Travel through time as you tour the historical neighborhoods of Salvador, and view the Baroque architecture, while learning the history of Brazil over the past 500 years.
What to Expect
Explore the history of Salvador, one of the birthplaces of Brazilian culture, on this walking tour. Brazil´s first capital city has over 500 years of history, which is well-preserved in its charming and colorful old town district.
The streets of Central Salvador take tourists back to the very beginnings of Brazil. Your tour begins at the Barra Lighthouse, then follows a trail of centuries-old churches and buildings, many of them converted into museums for you to explore. You will then pass the Teatro Castro Alves, Forte de São Pedro and Praça Castro Alves on route to the Historical Center (Pelourinho).
Salvador's collection of over a thousands homes, churches and monuments - built since the 16th century - represents one of the most stunning displays of Baroque architectural heritage in Latin America. This tour is your opportunity to see the historical side of Brazil while sampling the culture as well.
- Round-trip Transfer to Most Hotels in Salvador
- Professional Tour Guide
What's Not Included
- S. Francisco Church Entrance Fee - USD$ 2,00 approx
- Barra Lighthouse Museum Entrance Fee- R$ 4,00 approx
- Misericordia Church Entrance Fee - USD$ 4,00 approx
- Food and Beverages