Barra is one of the most traditional neighborhoods of Salvador, located in the southern part of the city. You can see both the sunrise and the sunset, the sun as it occupies the apex of the peninsula
Contoured by large palm trees, the beach of Itapua is one of the most beautiful and known to Salvador.
No other place reflects so well the soul of Bahia as the Pelourinho. Considered World Heritage Site by UNESCO, located in the Upper Town, has over 800 houses of the 17th and 18th centuries.
The beach of Porto da Barra is one of the favorite beaches of the inhabitants of Salvador, with sands that are packed during sunny days.
Lacerda Elevator: emblematic building of Salvador, Lacerda Elevator was opened in 1873 and reaches a height of 72 meters
Located in Itapagipana Peninsula in the Lower City, the Ribeira neighborhood enchants its visitors the authenticity of the place that stands out in Salvador.