Modern historical city, patrimony of humanity, listed by UNESCO. First capital of Brazil, from 1549 to 1822. To this day the capital of Bahia. Main city of the Americas until 1800.
Largest city with a black population outside of Africa. Largest coastal city in Brazil, bathed by the calm waters of the Bay of All Saints on one side and bathed by the Atlantic Ocean on the other. Headquarters of Brazil. Cradle of Afro-Brazilian culture. Father of samba and capoeira. Matriarch of candomblé. The largest street carnival in the world.
City with its own gastronomy, acarajés, abarás, moquecas, finally ... city in love with football, music, dance ...
Rio Vermelho is a neighborhood very well located in Salvador, joining the old city with the new city. Here you will find colonial architecture mixed with architecture - contemporary art. Cropped by beautiful beaches good for bathing, with many bars, restaurants and plenty of bohemian life.
Feast Religious: Odoiá! The feast, sacred and profane, of the Goddess of the Sea of Candomblé, Yemanjá, is on February 2, in Rio Vermelho.
Art: The Rio Vermelho was the neighborhood chosen by Jorge Amado to live because it united in a single neighborhood the synthesis of what is Bahia. Then many artists followed this idea and made Rio Vermelho the most artistic neighborhood in Bahia.
Beaches: Surrounded by good beaches for bathing on all sides, Rio Vermelho is a perfect neighborhood to bathe in the sea, sun and walk along the seafront.
Rio Vermelho is the most artistic-bohemian neighborhood in Salvador. It is a place where you can enjoy the best of the best of Rio de Janeiros best nightlife, restaurants, nightlife, nightlife and gastronomy.Make your reservation