The famous brazilian band, olodum, often plays in the old city center of Salvador.
Don't miss out on the band that inspired Poul Simon to make the album: rythm of the saints.
The band is mostly formed... more
Nice ambient, high level food and live music too. French Quartier is the best option in Salvador da Bahia if you like blues and jazz live show. Unhappily the menu' is a bit expensive, but you can... more
The best hopping area in Salvador da Bahia is Rio Vermelho. Ask for "Mercado do pesce" and then walk around to find out the square you like more. Not far from the street action there are several pubs... more
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... more
Sankofa African Bar is located in the middle of Pelourinho and is a great spot in Salvador for live music - salsa, semba, samba, reggae, MPB etc. There is also DJ music from DJ Sankofa and DJ Vasco... more
When I was planning my trip to Brazil, I began to read about Salvador and it soon became clear that I would have to add it to my itinerary. I read about the historic center called Pelourinho (a UNESCO...
Everytime I visit Salvador it feels like if I am in Africa. The resemlance of the city to Maputo in Mozambique is so close. It is a bustling, vibrant and beautiful colonial town with many attractions...