Vila Velha Hotel

Av. Sete de Setembro, 1971, Vitoria, Salvador, State of Bahia, 40080-002, Brazil
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I am looking for a short-term rental apartment in Salvador Bahia

by May26

Anyone have a recommendation for a nice, safe, and reasonably-priced rental apartment in Salvador Bahia, preferably in Barra?

Re: I am looking for a short-term rental apartment in Salvador Bahia

by cassiovieggore

I'm sending below a link you should watch:
http://www.bahia-suites.com/indexe.php
http://www.bahia-online.net/alapartments.htm
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Re: I am looking for a short-term rental apartment in Salvador Bahia

by pieygra

In December and January, we stayed in Barra, a block from the beach. We rented from Istael Fonsêca and very completely satisfied. Very profesional and honest service.
We payed 1400 R$: one bedroom, well furnished, nice view to the ocean, totally safe. This is one of the best areas to stay, for the location, safety and services.
www.bahiarealtors.com
info@bahiarealtors.com

In November, we had rented another apartment, in 2 de Julio. Much cheaper, but "muito ruim". This is a very dangerous area, even if closer to Pelourinho. Don't hesitate to pay more for comfort and safety.

Re: I am looking for a short-term rental apartment in Salvador Bahia

by Zarasher

I used an apartment by Daniel Blumenthal and it was a very good price directly opposite the beach. The details are on this site under accommodatation or you can google him.

Travel Tips for Salvador da Bahia

give what you have to those in need....

by sunlovey

In Salvador you encounter people in need quite a bit.

Some are selling necklaces of wood or coconut for a small price, some are selling ice cold water for a real or two reals and some just walk up to you and ask for whatever it is you're eating or drinking... It's perfectly cool to just give it to them, be it ice cream, a bottle of water, some acaraje you just purchased from a street vendor... They are so grateful.

BAHIAN TRADITIONAL DRESS

by swesn

Bahia is the state with the largest population descended from slaves, hence the African culture is more prominent here.

The typical Bahian dress is white, lacy top with huge, bouncy skirt. They look like they are wearing layers and layers of doilies. Sometimes, instead of white, various bright colours of used.

Many Afro-Brazilian women dressed in these white Bahian dresses can be seen selling snacks on the streets.

Churchs!

by andal13

There are a lot of churchs at Salvador; when you visit Pelourinho (ancient district) you will see some of them. But a nice and "off the beaten path" church is Sao Antonio da Barra, situated on a hill by the coast. Besides, from there, you have a beatuiful sight of the bay.

Hay muchísimas iglesias en Salvador; cuando vistas el Pelourinho (el barrio antiguo) verás varias de ellas. Pero una iglesia bonita y alejada de los puntos turísticos es Sao Antonioa da Barra, situada en una colina sobre la costa. Además, desde allí, tienes una hermosa vista de la bahía.

RockinRio

by Zarasher about Aeroclube

They have a few different things going on at Aeroclube... Its basically a nightclub... mostly very young folk... On Moday Nights they have Rock in Rio... which is the night I went on... unfortunately I got the in the early hours of the monring to it was winding down... I also went on another day where the people were slightly older and Samba music was playing... No dresscode I remember

Bahian Elegance

by MikeAtSea about CASA DA GAMBOA

One of the most elegant restaurants in Pelourinho, Casa da Gamboá serves up a Bahian "nouvelle cuisine." The classic Bahian dishes such as bobó de camarão are still on the menu, but the kitchen has gone beyond to create some fabulous modern fare. The camarão ao molho de manga is a tropical explosion of flavor; big juicy prawns are flamed in cognac and served with large pieces of mango in a creamy mango sauce. The elegant peixe tropical, or catch of the day, is grilled in a clove, cinnamon, and fruit sauce. Open from 12:00hrs to 23:00hrs

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