pxy0705This is El Salvador’s model market. There are about hundreds of stalls and shops here. They sell some local specialty foods or handicrafts. Small stone roads connect these stalls. It looks very sensational, and it is definitely worth a visit for everyone to experience the different styles of South America.
juki235Xinshuiyuan Stadium is the home stadium of Brazil’s Bahia football team and one of the main stadiums in the Brazil World Cup. Located in the old town of El Salvador, I happened to watch the German team against the Portuguese team here when I went. It was really wonderful and impressive.
If you ever visiting the beautiful city of Salvador in Bahia, Brazil. Please book yourself a table in “Restaurante Manga”, a beautiful well-located restaurant which combined Brazilian and German food. They have a 7 courses or 13 courses menu, we choose the 7 courses one and it was a very nice choice. The food is intense and creative. It tasty very different from everything I had tasted before. 😱 The service is 5 stars, from the moment I called to book a table to the moment we left the restaurant, they were always so kind and friendly. We felt very welcome. My advice for you is to combined the food with some of their Chilenian Malbec wine. Book your table now!
Salvador in Bahia State is very different to the southern parts like Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo. The famous lifts are the landmark feature of Salvador. It's worth the trip up north.
The mysterious and vibrant state of Bahia in northern Brazil has always attracted many visitors to explore and visit. The world cultural heritage city of Salvador is the most unique and magical city.
El Salvador was the capital of Brazil from 1549 to 1763. The city retains a strong Bahia culture and has a Portuguese Catholic church that displays the rich Portuguese architectural art.
There are also African cultures and indigenous colors that have been passed down from West African slaves. El Salvador is the most African city in Africa. It is deeply influenced by African religious music and dance. Because it is the city with the largest number of black people outside Africa in the world, it has a nickname Black Rome.
In addition to the profound cultural heritage, there are many charming beaches in the area, and the coconut groves are everywhere. It is also a popular holiday destination for Brazilians.