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Housed in a stunning example of eclectic industrial architecture, the Mercado Municipal de São Paulo — nicknamed the Mercadão — has thousands of food items on offer, literally from soup to nuts. Lush tropical and temperate fruits from every season...more
They obviously have a great variety of products, but the salesmen know if you are a tourist and charge you ridiculous amounts of money for anything. It is revolting!
Try all the stuff they push you to try and don't feel bad to walk away...More
We hit the Market and really enjoyed the experience. The food options are great and you can get pretty much anything you want. We had lunch and then wandered a bit - the fresh fruit options were so much fun to try. It was one...More
It's the place where you buy fruits meat etc. They have many shops with huge variety of options available for customers. At first floor many restaurants serving Brazilian Chopp (beer), must try tastes very different from normal beer.
This park is very nice, with a separate path for cycling, so pedestrians stay safe away from the bikes. There is also a museum there and a few places to buy food and drinks. On the weekends, it gets a bit crowded and it is...More
Just like usually markets are, full of people, sellers trying to make you try and then buy everything, good food, fresh fruits, fish, seafood and meat.
The place is a historical building in the city center, not a very nice neighborhood, be careful until you...More
The market is definitely in a working-class neighborhood, but offers a wonderful selection of shops for fruit, meats and beverages in addition to some very tasty and diverse restaurants. If you're a goody and not fussy, definitely visit.
To truly know São Paulo, you have to start at the old center, full of history and landmarks with stories to tell. Get a taste of local food at the Municipal Market, and if you are brave enough, head to the crowded shopping street “25 de março” for cheap deals on a wide assortment of items. Beautiful buildings in this area include the Post Office Building, Luz Station, Pagé Gallery, Pateo do Colegio and the iconic
“Viaduto do Chá”. If you find yourself amazed by the local language, the Museum of Portuguese Language is the place to go. Cultural centers, like Banco do Brasil’s, also offer a variety of entertainment options. Finally, if you fancy watching a Gregorian mass with organ music, stop by São Bento Monastery on a Sunday morning.