The Pelourinho, a World Heritage Site, the largest preserved colonial center in Brazil, a place of bubbling joy dominated by african brazilian population with their musicality, their dances, capoeira, percussion of the Olodum band and a varied regional cuisine with dishes like Vatapá Caruru, Mugunzá, and of course the famous Acarajé.
In every corner of its streets with multicolored houses, the tourist comes across Bahia women in traditional clothes, always showing large smile, synonymous with hospitality, and the percussion of Olodum drums doing background music, following the strolling of the visitors, a bit bewildered with this amazing part of Brazil.