Travel to São Paulo, Brazil's cosmopolitan metropolis
The destination that combines everything! It will offer you special experiences that include endless walks in its historical and shopping centers, interesting cultural discoveries and entertainment that is kept alive until the morning.
Start your journey from the historic side of the city, Praca de Se, which promises to take you to another era through its special buildings and famous monuments.
Wander through the picturesque alleys that will lead you to the impressive Metropolitan Cathedral with its 65 bell towers which invites you to explore the colourful stained glass that adorns its interior. This historic wandering must not miss a visit to the great temple de Patio Colegio.
Take to the modern side of the city to cross the busy Paulista Avenue,
walk next to the imposing skyscrapersthat testifying to the economic and commercial development of São Paulo and make a stop at the popular Sao Paulo Museum of Art.
Take a relaxing stroll through the aristocratic district of Jardim Paulista and enjoy the noble atmosphere and the seductive architecture of the area.
As soon as it starts to get dark, head to Villa Maddalena, the popular district with the bohemian mood and lively character that is a favorite meeting point for the locals and the visitors of the place.
In the city that never sleeps, enjoy your favorite cocktail, rock to the rhythms of traditional music and watch the wonderful spectacle of the locals dancing samba until in the morning.
Food and local cuisine
Explore the traditional cuisine of the place which, along with the rich in exotic fruits, nuts, and sweet potato, has countless more tasty options to offer you. Try one of its famous soups and do not forget to order the traditional okra with shrimp and coconut.
Best time to visit São Paulo
You can travel to São Paulo all year round, but the most ideal period is from October to May to avoid very high temperatures.
How to use transportation in São Paulo
Transfer from/to São Paulo
In São Paulo you can travel by plane as it has its own airport. To get to the city centre you can use the EMTU bus line (2$) or taxi (20$).
In the city of São Paulo you can move easily as it has an organized transport network consisting of buses, metros and taxis for your convenience.