This is a historic place with lots of anciente buildings and many restaurants and souvenirs to remember the trip.
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It’s in Pelourinho that you are gonna find the city’s biggest social contrasts and some living resemblances to Jorge Amado’s main characters. If you talk to native middle class Bahians, this is a place to be avoided. Too afraid of the thousand stories of theft,...More
It sure gives you a weird feeling walking around Pelourinho. It's very very pretty and also safe to wander around but you shouldn't forget why this place exists... Colonisation... You can walk around by day or by night and don't need to feel anxious about...More
Caminhamos sem problemas pelas ruas do Pelourinho. Pareceu nos bem policiada - fomos pelo final da manhã. Quadros, camisetas e bolsas podem ser compradas a partir de 10 reais. A entrada para a fundação Jorge Amado é 5 reais. Lembre-se que pinturas do Olodum e...More
This is like a Caribian island, with the very colorful building. Street are quite steep, so be aware when you go down, that you have to go up again, unless you take a Taxi.
As is often true, the real place is more run down than the promotional photos reveal. But, it was a very interesting place, where I always felt safe. It is worth a visit.