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I was in Sao Paulo a few days and stayed at Traipu Eco Hostel. It was very clean and I had a private room. The breakfast was very good. The only thing is that it is far from the nearest Metro station, so plan on...More
I was several times in this hostel and I really feel like it's my home in Sao Paulo. Looking forward for my next visit!
In short: calm atmospheric place with very good service and nice people, simple but delicious breakfasts.
Nice hostel, very friendly staff,good breakfast, good location quite close to the Barra funda station (10min walk). It was quite cold during the night in the room in July and I needed two blankets. Hot water is limited but 6 minutes is enough for a...More
This hostel is located a bit off the city-centre (10' walk to the next metro-station) but there's shops and restaurants around the corner. All rooms are clean, the dorm is spacious with big lockers, breakfast is good, security and the staff are great. Wifi is...More
The hostel was so clean and so nice. i will exactly stay there if i go sao paulo again. The stuff was so kind and helpfull. Perfect place to stay! And its really cheap if you compare with other hostels in there!!
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Highlights of this neighborhood include Pacaembu Stadium and the Museum of Soccer, but they are not the only attractions it offers. Street markets are part of São Paulo’s culture, and at Charles Miller Square you will find one of the city's best. Arrive early to be delighted by fresh fruits, vegetables, coconut water and “pastel”, fried dough filled with innumerable options including cheese, meat, and shrimp. If you are
into architecture, don’t miss Casa Modernista and Casa Buarque de Holanda, two historic houses. The small residential streets along Pacaembu offer quiet refuge from the chaotic traffic.