Salvador Holidays

The beat of bongos fills the narrow cobblestone streets of Salvador's Old Town which are reminiscent of New Orleans' French Quarter, winding past the pastel-coloured shop fronts of this historic district in a rhythmic reminder of Brazil's rich African heritage.
Explore the colonial architecture, museums, bars and beautiful colonial-style churches. Stop at a restaurant to sample Bahian specialty dishes and listen to the sounds of the music floating down the streets. Make sure to take to the streets for any of the nightly street parties to capture the allure of this vibrant city.

You may think they can party in Rio de Janeiro, but Salvador is the real party capital of Brazil. We love taking to the streets for the best outdoor party in the world, watching the capoeira circles form in the plazas and letting our bodies melt into the dance moves of samba, arrocha and forró. 

Time Zone

GMT -3

Flight Time

Approx. 17 Hours via Lisbon


BRL - Brazilian Real

Visa Information

British citizens aren’t required to obtain a visa for travel to Brazil.



Health Information

No specific vaccines are required for travel to Brazil.