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This is such a great hostel. Really good location - right near one of Sao Paulo's main party streets. The staff is super friendly, and the owner is a real gem. It's totally different to every hostel I've stayed in because the bar opens up...More
Sadly we weren't able to stay long due to comments elsewhere, but I would highly recommend LimeTime. Booking the room was fast and easy, the staff were welcoming and very helpful. Dorm room prices were less than £9 per night which I found more than...More
I really liked my stay in LimeTime hostel because There is a very good vibe in the hostel. Free caipi at 8 pm and no Internet to socialize people, stand up comedy at the night... Things like that make the hostel a special place. The...More
Stayed in the Sao Paulo Limetime Hostel in August this year (sorry how long this has taken). We only had a couple of nights in the city and from what we had heard didn't have too high hopes, it was more of a stop over...More
This place had a very helpful staff and was kept quite clean. It should be noted that they have the lowest price, at 35 reais, and that this does not include breakfast.
They are quite tech-savvy and try to provide enough chargers and wall outlets...More
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Exploring Pinheiros, a neighborhood known for cozy restaurants and cafes, you will notice a youthful energy. Several cultural centers and institutes surround the area and even its main church, Calvário, hosts a traditional Brazilian “Festa Junina” - a celebration with traditional music, dance, and food during the months of June and July. On the weekends, residents gather at Benedito Calixto Square, a loud
and crowded area where people enjoy live music drinks alongside the antiquities fair.