The state of Bahia is south of the northeast region of Brazil having as capital, the city of Salvador, which is the third most populous city in the country. Bahia is one of the main tourism destinations in Brazil. In addition to other cities like Salvador Feira de Santana, Vitoria da Conquista and barriers are influential in the urban network of the state. The Bahian culture has a lot of African influence in the music, cuisine and religion because of the large number of African slaves who lived there. One of the main symbols of Bahia is black with Acarajé board, dressed in long, armed skirts, lace blouse, turban, necklaces, earrings and bracelets. The state has a great potential in the tourism sector and mainly in its coastline, which is largest in Brazil. The best known places are the Bahian Reconcavo, Chapada Diamantina among many other attractions of natural, historical and cultural beauties. Bahia has high temperatures with average annual superior to 30 ° C on the coast and the humidity is higher. In Bahia are some national parks such as the Abrolhos Marine, the Discovery, the Grande Sertão Veredas, the Monte Pascoal and Springs of Rio Parnaíba. Also the state, which are the Serra do Conduru, Hat Hill and Seven Cheap. Those who visit the state can meet the Jequié History Museum, the Museum of Humble, Hansen, the Afro-Brazilian Museum, the Bahia Art Museum and the House of Jorge Amado Foundation. The Bahian festivals take place throughout the year, with the main party Wash Lord Bonfim, Carnival of Bahia, Salvador Summer Festival and the Winter Festival Bahia. Bahia is famous for its beautiful and numerous beaches on the island of Itaparica, Morro de São Paulo, Ilheus, Porto Seguro, Arembepe, Costa do Sauipe, Corumbau and more. The Bahian cuisine is fairly typical and seasoned with palm oil and pepper. The flavors are appreciated in Acarajé, abará, vatapd, bobo, pigweed, stew and sarapatel. The sweets are not left behind, especially the drool-of-girl, manioc bread, hominy, manguzá and mush.