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Another option is the urban buses that go to many parts of the city (and have a known reputation for their lack of security as many assaults happen) but not an option if you have traditional luggage, for the tourist the options are Lapa, Campo Grande and São Joaquim buses, the best thing is ask the driver before taking an urban bus, the fare is R,80 (3.80 reals).
The city is the third largest in Brazil, sprawling for dozens of kilometers inland from the coast.The third option definitly is UBER, drivers have good reputation and are willing to do the best to please you at very reasonable prices.A fourth option would be the executive air-conditioned minibuses which depart every 20 minutes to the Praça da Sé, in downtown near Pelourinho via the seaside, stopping at famous beaches like Ondina, Pituba, Amaralina and Itapuã, and Barra as well as stopping by Shopping Barra--an American-style shopping mall located not too far from the Farol da Barra The fare for these buses is R.People of Salvador, as other people from the state of Bahia, have a reputation of being relaxed, easygoing, and fun-loving, even by Brazillian standards.
On the bad side, this is also interpreted as lazyness and disgust of working; in a way, people of Salvador have reputation opposite to people from São Paulo.
Northward from there are kilometers and kilometers of gorgeous beaches, all accessible by bus.