Salvador is the capital of the Brazilian state of Bahia. It is one of the oldest colonial cities in the Americas, attracting many tourists and digital nomads to this exciting city for coliving. With its fascinating history and culture, there is no surprise that remote lifestyle workers and travelers flock to Salvador as an optimal destination for those seeing a vibrant place to live.
There are countless things to do in Salvador. The city is filled with AfroBrazilian history, making the town enticing for digital nomads and tourists alike. Discover the culture in Pelo city center, take a Capoeira or Samba dance class, check out the beautiful colorful buildings of Pelo and see the fantastic panoramic view at The Historic art deco, Elavador Lacerda. There is something for everyone to experience.
The food in Salvador, just like the rest of Brazil, is rich with authentic flavors. One of the most popular dishes to try in Salvador is Acarajé, which is made from peeled beans and rolled into a ball. The city has been is a major port and capital since 1889 inviting many cultures, traditions and foods to make a home on its city streets.
Walking along the cobblestone alleys to the center of the is the best way to absorb and experience the amazing culture of this city. Everyone should visit Farol da Barra beach, lined with people enjoying the sun and sea.
Taking taxis and using the taxi app easy makes travel stress-free and easy to get around within the city.
Salvador is the perfect destination and hub for nomads with many coworking spots and cafés to work from, making it easy to mix with like-minded remote workers should you wish to work outside of your coliving accommodation.
Fun facts about Salvador:
- Pelo in Salvador was the set of Michael Jackson’s “They Don't Care About Us” video
- People from all over Bahia and Brazil visit the church Igreja do Senhor do Bonfim, to tie special ribbons
- It is a city with a tropical, relaxing coastline and beautiful Afro-Brazilian culture
- The city has been noted for its delicious cuisine, unique music, fantastic dancing, and architecture