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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
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This market is a must to anyone who comes to São Paulo for a visit. First for the building itself, interesting piece from the beginning of 20th century and secondly for fruits, vegetables, dates, fish, meat and everything you find there.
Roaming the corridors of this market make you feel like you have travel around 100 years back in time. The colorful and exotic fruits, the many different spices that fill the air with their scent, and the lively atmosphere make up for a very remarkable,...More
I always admired this place, Mercado da Cantareira, for 2 reasons: the magnificent building and the quality of the merchandise you can buy there. The assortment of food, dry, fresh, packed, remains intact although prices may be higher than most places. Unfortunately, the building needs...More
The Municipal Market of São Paulo is an "ex libris" of São Paulo gastronomy. It presents all types of vegetables, fruits, canned and has restaurants that serve the true food typical of São Paulo, as well as some wonderful snacks, such as mortadella sandwich. It...More
This probably the most traditional market in São Paulo. As you walk people will offer a try of a LOT of ereally different fruits, there are also many shop of nuts, cheeses and ham.
Its crowded, so get ready for this.
One of the main...More
Visited the Mercado Muncipal with some friends and was not disapointed. The freshness of the fruit was incredible, and all the vendors give you a lot of samples! The upstairs gets packed with people and for most of the restaurants is a long line. We...More
We got there by Uber, which took us direct to the market. The taxi driver warned us about safety in the area. My advise would be get a cab there and back as the surrounding area isn’t very desirable, lots of homeless.
The building is...More
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.