Tourism in Brazil: Salvador at Sea

The newest way to see the city of Salvador on the water is by caravela, an old-fashioned boat with sails modeled after the real boats used by the Portuguese in the 1500s. Costing R$800,000 to build, the caravel honors the 200 year anniversary of the Portuguese royal family in Brazil.  Called the “Príncipe Regente,” the … Continue reading Tourism in Brazil: Salvador at Sea