Half Day Private Salvador Historic Walking Tour Cruise Ship Passengers

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Half Day Private Salvador Historic Walking Tour Cruise Ship Passengers
Duration: 4 Hours
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Salvador Historic Tour Cruise Passengers – Half-Day Private Walking Tour – Port Pick-Up & Drop-Off


Salvador Historic Tour Cruise .

17Mar24 Sunday – 10:45am Pick UpOceania Marina Passengers – Duration 4 Hours – Tour is on Waitlist – Please fill out the form at the bottom of the Page!
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06Mar25 Thursday – 1:45pm Pick UpAzamara Journey Passengers – Duration 4 Hours – Tour is Confirmed & Available – 12-passenger Group 
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22Mar25 Saturday – 8:45am Pick UpHolland America Volendam Passengers – Duration 4 Hours Tour is on Waitlist – Please fill out the form at the bottom of the Page! 
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Salvador Historic Tour Cruise.

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DoBrazilRight is in charge of organizing all the groups! Just let us know your preference!

 

Group Sizes / Vehicles – 30% Empty Seats 
8 Passengers / 12-passenger Van 
12 Passengers / 18-passenger Van
18 Passengers / 30-passenger Minibus

 

Pick up outside Passengers Terminal. The Guide will be holding a DoBrazilRight Sign.  .

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Duration: 4 Hours .
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Historic Walking Tour Description
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The Upper City
Salvador, also known as São Salvador da Bahia de Todos os Santos, was the first capital of Brazil from 1549 to 1763. It was founded by the Portuguese as a colonial city and a strategic port for trade with Africa and Asia. It was also the first slave market in the New World, where millions of Africans were brought to work on the sugar plantations. Salvador witnessed the blending of European, African, and Amerindian cultures, and became a center of Brazilian Catholicism with 372 churches. It has preserved many outstanding Renaissance buildings and a historic center that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Discover the essential sights of Salvador on a half-day tour tracing the development of the city from its simple beginnings to what is now the third largest city in Brazil. The tour focuses on historical and geographical aspects of the city and serves as a fine orientation for those wishing to further explore the city.
After Port Pick up DoBrazilRight takes you to the Barra district at the mouth of the immense bay, a site of important historical landmarks in Brasil’s early colonial period, now also a residential waterfront neighborhood. We then proceed via elegant tree-lined avenues and bustling city streets to the Pelourinho, a Unesco Heritage site and the largest complex of colonial architecture in South America. We leave the vehicle at the Municipal Square, by the towering Lacerda Elevator, allowing for great views of the bay stretching out to the lower city, and stroll through the narrow, bustling streets lined with buildings in pastel shades of an age gone by, soaking in the sights and sounds of this vibrant city. We visit the church of São Francisco with its exuberant gold-leafed Baroque interior and the Pelourinho square, the heart of the old town.
The number of churches in the capital is closely related to the history of the municipality. Salvador was built as an extension of Portugal and it serves as evidence of the Catholic Church’s reach beyond the Iberian Peninsula. The construction of the majority of the capital’s churches was made possible by the colonial elite. Each family financed these constructions as a way to express their power.

 

Highlights:
  • Historic landmarks in Barra district
  • São Francisco Church
  • Cathedral and other churches 
  • Walking tour of the historical district
  • Comprehensive city orientation/overview
Other Aspects:
  • Excursion comprises a mix of transport and sections on foot
  • Limited wheelchair access
  • Cobbled stone streets in the Pelourinho area though sidewalks are paved
  • We suggest comfortable walking shoes, light clothing, sunscreen, and a hat
Terrain: Mostly uneven cobblestone. Easy-to-moderate slopes on the historical center. Few steps to access some locations.
Seasonal changes: During the carnival, the itinerary is subject to change due to traffic limitations in town. During state and national holidays some of the visited locations may alter their opening times or days.

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Included 

    • Round Trip Transportation from Salvador Sea Port – Terminal Marítmo
    • Professional English Speaking Tour Guide
    • Historic Walking City Tour
    • Churches Entrance Fees 

Not Included 

  • Gratuities

 

Cancellation Policy 

Fully Refundable in case of Port Cancelation, otherwise
15 days in Advance or more – Fully Refundable 
From 14 days in Advance or Less – a 30% ADM Fee will be charged to cover the non-refundable deposits made to Service providers (Vehicles & Guides).  

Very Important! Ship Delays/Schedule Changes!

We understand that unexpected delays or schedule changes might occur during your journey. In such a situation, we assure you that all tours will be rescheduled according to the new times at the Port(s), and our Guides and Vehicles will deliver the service(s). However, please note that full refunds cannot be issued in case of schedule changes that are completely out of our control within less than 15 days of the tour date. We start working on these groups most of the time a year in advance, and to guarantee the best vehicles and tour guides, especially on Cruise Ship dates, the busiest of the year, non-refundable prepayments and deposits are required by our tour providers and partners throughout Brazil.

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06Mar25 – Azamara Journey, 22Mar25 – HAL Volendam

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8 Passengers (12-passenger Van), 12 Passengers (18-passenger Van), 18 Passengers (30-passenger Minibus)

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