Did you mean?Try your search again
Enjoy the crafts and daily shows of Capoeira and MPB. Just a fling down the elevator and you'll be there. It used to be the farmer's market before the big fire, now the remnants of the old market can be seen at the basement.
Updated May 27, 2007
What to buy: There are some amazing artwork and sculptures around town. There's soooo many shops and street vendors so you will need at least half a day if not a day to walk around check it out.
What to pay: It varies on the size and artist but you can buy small paintings for low as $R5
Written Jan 1, 2007
Actually it's not a shop. It's a huge craftmarket with brazilian crafts. It was built as an old jail for slaves, but it's now the biggest craftmarket in Salvador. If you want to buy things for yourself or some gifts, this is the place!
What to buy: Crafts. They've got everything.
Look out for the instrument they use for Capoeira, and the bahiana dolls. If your turn them upside down, their dress changes.
Written Nov 27, 2003
The state of Bahia has its own Afro-inspired culture. Traditional Bahian dresses and costumes are typical among the women.
What to buy: Traditional Bahian clothes.
Updated Aug 27, 2010
2 Reviews and 32 Opinions Clean, nice hotel. Not very charming if you're looking for a more family owned pousada. But I do...
1 Review and 3 Opinions Large selection of hotels and ‘pousadas’ everywhere in Brazil, I am Brazilian and this is where I...
1 Review and 3 Opinions Stay was during carnival.....good location if you want to party all night! If you dont, you will not...