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Salvador is one of Brazil's top travel destinations. If you're planning a trip to Brazil, you should definitely consider traveling to Salvador to experience its world-class beaches, sun tanning, and rest & relaxation. In particular, the Largo de Pelourinho, Praia Do Forte, and Morro de Sao Paulo are all highly recommended if you travel to Salvador. But there's a lot more to check out in Salvador, so be sure to look around the Salvador travel guide in more detail.
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very good seafood- restaurants close to the farol da barra.
the island "morro de sao paulo" ist very lovely, one hour from salvador city, boats every day.
take a room in a pousada on the 2nd or 3rd beach, there are less peoplo than on the first. when you're arriving in morro, you will be asked if you want to visit different pousadas- he will show you some in you price class, and you can have a look at them before deciding(service which includes the carriage of you bagages) costs about 10 dollars.
lots of restaurants on the island and also fresh fruit drinks(with alcohol) and the beaches are also very nice.
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SALVADOR, PRIMEIRA CAPITAL DO BRASIL !
PERMANECEU DURANTE 214 ANOS (1549-1763).

HOJE É MUNDIALMENTE FAMOSA POR SER A TERRA DO MELHOR CARNAVAL DE RUA, JUNTO COM NEW ORLEANS E POR SER "THE BALCK CULTURAL HUB OF THE WORLD". DEPOIS DA ÁFRICA, SALVADOR É A CIDADE AONDE TEM MAIS NEGROS NO MUNDO.

DEPOIS DA ESPAÑA, SALVADOR É A CIDADE AONDE TEM MAIS ESPANHÓIS ORGANIZADOS NO MUNDO TAMBÉM.

Mais informaçoes: www.salvador.ba.gov.br
www.centraldocarnaval.com.br
www.bahia.com.br

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Salvador is loud and fun and beautiful. Several times a week, the batería (drumbands that walk the streets) hits the streets... It's great fun to follow them, dance to the rythm and enjoy the energy. Apart from the music and the beautiful colonial buidings, the province of Bahia is famous for it's great food. Don't forget to sample moqueque, a lovely dish of seafood, coconut and spices.  Most portions in Brazilian restaurants easily serve two, so if you are travelling alone (as I was), this might be a great chance to invite some streetkids for a bite.
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