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For those who do not have many days to visit São Paulo, the region of Avenida Paulista is the best place to walk. in all its extension there are interesting places to visit. For shopping, there are two shopping malls with a large variety of...More
The financial center of São Paulo, the biggest city in Brazil on Sundays is open to public and closed for cars. There are a lot of musical and artistic attractions and good for a walk with dog, bike, skate, or by feet! Enjoy it :)
The financial heart of Brasil, this place is a must see and be there.
It’s diversity of people, skyscrapers, Trianon Park, and the place “paulistas” goes to protest or support government and politicians.
There I can have everything I need when I travel to Brazil. The Paulista Avenue is a busy and economic place in Sao Paulo walking there on weekends we can have I great experiences with nice restaurantsm shoppings , culture etc.
I recommend an art circuit in Avenida Paulista. You can begin in IMS , Instituto Moreira Sales, here you will ser top end photos exhibit in a contemporary architecture building. Then go to FIESP , a nice place with great art exhibitions. Than MASP, the...More
Known for its Italian cantinas, Bela Vista is the place to go for great pasta. Also called “Bixiga”, the area is an important cultural part of the city, with the bohemian and the religious costumes of its inhabitants on full display. In August, the large Nossa Senhora Achiropita party fills the streets with a variety of Italian food and music. You can experience the liveliness of the neighborhood walking
through the antiquities fair at Dom Orione Square or visiting the “Brazilian Caminito”, a version of the Argentinian street complete with colorful buildings. Bela Vista is also home to the traditional samba school “Vai-Vai”. Buy a ticket to a rehearsal and get a taste of what Carnival is like.