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Sao Joaquim market, Salvador

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TripAdvisor
  • Think of a place where you think everything. ... Home supplies, clothes, typical foods, spices, leaves to shower anyway everything. When you get tired after all the space, on the part of the Fund has a cozy bars with various dishes, my favorite is the feijoada. And I still see the ocean.
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  • Worth a visit for anyone who wants to know a little of the Bahia real. Without retouching. Beautiful view. Baiano of truth.
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  • If you want to do something different, is a choice! Must-see for those who are chefs and we like to know beyond the tourist. You must be careful of not walking style tourists with cameras hanging or anything that calls attention. Go unnoticed is the best choice. The place has streets of mud, makeshift roofs and a very strong odor, especially in the part of "Butchery" where you can see how hanging pieces of meat, the heads of freshly slaughtered along with the kittens sleeping animals. Here everything is permitted, not ask for cleaning. Ask aromas of spices, exotic fruits, parts of candomblé and Bahian culture. For me a success, but not for anyone! Photos take out them unless they saw me... There is much more than what you see.
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  • Maybe one of the best places to visit in town. That's is raw Bahia as you can only see in Pierre Verger's pictures or in Jorge Amado's books. This is where baianos go for shopping. It's very cheap but don't expect to find a clean market. This one is dirty. And still beautiful. Absolutely worth it!
  • Muito bom
  • Com os novos bares o happy hour de fim de tarde é imperdível.
  • To whom may come to Salvador you have to visit that market, it's a magical place.
  • A reforma tá arrumando a feira