Time For A Stroll: Top 10 Of The World’s Most Instagrammable Streets!; Therese Sta Maria; TripZilla

We’re ready to take a walk.

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Exploring the vibrant streets and beaches of Salvador, Brazil; Kate Johnson; Daily Mail

The Daily Mail’s Kate Johnson headed to Salvador, Brazil’s third largest city. She stayed at the Tivoli Ecoresort in the town of Praia do Forte.

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Brazilian Rental Prices Further on the Rise; Richard Mann; The Rio Times

In April, the average rental price announced for new residential leases climbed five consecutive times, exceeding inflation expected for the first four months of the year.

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Where to go in 2019: 21 Best Trips Around the World; National Geographic Traveller

The world’s most exciting destinations for the year ahead. Read more on Nat Geo Traveller India.

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25 Best Places To Visit In 2019; Revati Tamboli; Trip Hobo

We have curated a list of the best places to visit in the year 2019. These places are perfect for every kind of traveler.

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Brazil’s 14 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in need of extra funding, say local governments; Sophie Foggin; Brazil Reports

According to local government sources, some of Brazil’s most aesthetically striking and historical sites are in dire need of funds for repair. For this reason, 21 local governments across the country have teamed up to campaign for additional funding to be allocated for their upkeep.

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Visit to Salvador Bahia Brazil; Noel; Travel Photo Discovery

Visit to Salvador Bahia Brazil – wonderful combination of colonial capital, gorgeous beaches and modern metropolis of Salvador | Travel Photo Discovery

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These Are the 5 Most Colorful Cities in the Americas; Haus; Arch Daily

Havana, Salvador, Buenos Aires, Guanajuato, Palm Springs: quais são as 5 cidades mais coloridas das Américas…

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3 Incredible UNESCO listed places in Brazil; Once In A Lifetime Journey

Brazil – Historic Centre of Salvador de Bahia

Brazil is one of the largest and most fascinating countries in Latin America and one which you could spend months exploring. I spent two weeks there 10 years ago and only managed to get a glimpse into its rich heritage and its colourful cultural past.

Since there are several international airports and connections, you can get to Brazil from many places as far away as South Africa or, of course, from the US and Europe.

Getting a Brazil visa is also easy and can be obtained on arrival for many nationalities. When there, especially outside of the main cities of Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, prices are reasonably cheap.

If you only had a few days and wanted to do like me, these are three fantastic places to visit in Brazil.

1. Fernando de Noronha

If you ever dreamed of a laid-back, remote and beautiful island paradise that would have to be Fernando de Noronha.

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13 of the most vibrant and colorful cities in the world; Melissa Locker; Travel + Leisure

Brazil – Historic Centre of Salvador de Bahia
  • There are a number of cities across the world that attract tourists with their vibrant and vivid architecture. 
  • In certain places, such as Italy’s Burano, residents are required by law to paint their homes in bright colors. 
  • Many of the colorful destinations are UNESCO World Heritage sites, from Trinidad in Cuba, to Brazil’s Pelourinho.

Exploring new cities is always a pleasure, but when those destinations are Crayola-colored and candy-striped, it’s even more of a treat. Countries around the world — from Chile to South Africa to the picturesque colonial town of Trinidad in Cuba — are home to cities that have done away with the practical in favor of the fun, whether due to a city-wide artistic streak, a cultural love of color, or a Hollywood payout.

Curaçao’s anything-but-white city of Willemstad, for example, is a visual tonic. Rumor has it the governor demanded the vibrant hues to soothe his migraines. And the jewel-like homes that fill Burano, Italy, are also the result of a government decree.

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These Are the Most Colorful Cities in the World; Lindsay Cohn; Brides

Brazil – Historic Centre of Salvador de Bahia

These chromatic destinations deserve a spot on your Instagram bucket list.

What makes you fall in love with a locale? Is it the food and culture? Does weather play a role? How about the hotels? Perhaps it’s the beauty of the place itself. If a picture is worth a thousand words, these vibrant vacation spots speak volumes—and are sure to boost the brightness of your Instagram feed.

That doesn’t mean every city on our list is a kaleidoscopic tapestry. While many, like Bo-Kaap and Willemstad, are cloaked in every conceivable shade of the rainbow, others, like Chefchaouen and Júzcar, are washed in a singular hue. These are the dreamiest, Crayola-tinged destinations around the globe. #nofilter

Bo-Kaap, Cape Town, South Africa

Cape Town is a rich melting pot. And nowhere is that more evident than Bo-Kaap, formerly known as Malay Quarter.

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Discover the African soul of #Brazil in its Bahia province #travel #beaches; Just Go Places

Brazil – Historic Centre of Salvador de Bahia

There’s more to do in Bahia Brazil than its stunning beaches (Bahia Brazil beaches are famously beautiful and the province has the most coastline of any in Brazil). What more can you do? Lots of things associated with Brazil comes from Bahia – capoeira, samba, carnival etc. The capital city of Salvador has a historic centre that is UNESCO listed. The Salvador Carnival can rival Rio in its fun street party atmosphere. Outside Salvador, you will find national parks (including one visited by Charles Darwin) and colonial villages where African slaves created their own Afro-Catholic religion.

On our trips to Brasil, I really regret that we did not have the time to make it to the Northeastern Province of Bahia. Our expat friends went to the Salvador Carnival in Bahia before they took us to the Carnival in Rio de Janeiro.

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