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Expats living in Salvador will never forget their first Carnival experience – it is a full week of singing, dancing, drinking, eating and laughing, which is unlike anything you will have ever seen before.
For expatriates who have left their party days behind them, Salvador’s rich history makes it a fascinating city to simply explore and absorb in off-peak seasons.
The San Francisco Church is a beautiful example of Portuguese colonial architecture, while the famous Model Market (Mercado Modelo) harks back to the times when the trade ships would bring their new and curious goods to the shore. Expats will never be too far from a party or some live music.
Not under 25 and that is willing to share more than a bed.
It is still used by trade vessels and luxury yachts alike, so it is not uncommon to hear a dozen different languages being spoken on one street.
However, expats working in Salvador are strongly advised to learn Portuguese before moving there.
The local cuisine also takes some getting used to, so prepare your palate for spicy shrimp, feijão fradinho, crab stew and coconut dishes.
Moving to Salvador from anywhere else in the world can be a bit of an adjustment for newly arrived expatriates in Salvador, but after a few weeks you will find it hard to live anywhere else.