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Municipal park located in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. Named after the world-renowned brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx, the park was founded in 1995 and its management granted to the Aron Birmann Foundation. Since then, the park...more
Hours Today: 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
Avenida Dona Helena Pereira de Moraes 200 | Parking entrance on your right immediately after exiting Marginal Pinheiros., Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 05707-400, Brazil
Roberto Burle Marx is Brazil's well-known Landscape Designer and Artist. He is well known for the promenade design at Copacabana beach. This park is a little jewel to find relaxation and some peaceful time. It varies from a large manicured green space to paths through...More
This is a perfectly nice park, as long as you don't go expecting a Burle Marx design. Anybody that has had any experience with true Marx design will recognize that this park had been bastardized over the years, to the point where Burle Marx design...More
Burle Marx is the best park in Sao Paulo in my opinion. Although it is not as big as Ibirapuera or “Parque do Povo” there is enough space to exercise or simply enjoy the nature around. There is plenty of paid parking space. The fact...More
This Park is possibly one of the city's best kept secrets, at least as far as tourists are concerned. Not nearly as large as the famous Ibirapuera Park but much quieter and located in a nice residential area of the city. Apart from the small...More
Going to Burle Marx Park you will have the opportunity to explore this magnificent garden and get to know more about Blue Marx story. You need to book a visit and to have a guide it changes your experience 100%. Worth a visit, beautiful sight,...More
Located at Morumbi/Panamby, you have to go by car. It´s a medium park with a lot of trees and a huge grass. It is not allowed to enter with pets. There are turtles and birds inside. Good for walk and spend time with kids.
Far from The city Center , but this park is a green nice place. In The very south side of São Paulo, you can run between of the trees and flowers, and also make a picnic with Kids . I suggest use taxi or Car...More