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Ibirapuera Park, the highlight of this neighborhood, is a family-friendly area to have a picnic, relax, play sports, exercise or appreciate art. It gets crowded during the weekends and is a popular leisure destination for residents. Its 1,584 square kilometers holds three lakes, two museums and several other cultural spaces. The park hosts a variety of events throughout the year, such as free music concerts and a water and light show celebrating the holidays at the end of the year. There are two important monuments to visit, the Obelisk and the Flag Monument. Ibirapuera is a perfect escape!
"Breathtaking architecture. Perfect acoustic. Very comfortable."
reviewed August 6, 2019 by tarcisioc503
The building was designed by Oscar Niemeyer in the 1950s, but it was only constructed in the early 2000s. In addition to fantastic aesthetics, it if also very comfortable with perfect acoustic. It is worthwhile to attend a performance.
Very informative of the history of the occurrence of slavery in Brazil and the impact it made on the country . Heart breaking to say the least at some of the photos and exhibitions showing the journeys and challenges the Africans had during that horrible time. Everyone needs to see this who has any ignorance for it should open closed...
It’s a very unique cool building. At the time it was empty but still didn’t take away from its very unique architecture to me it almost looks like a flying saucer. A brilliant white building in a see of green of the park. Worth checking out for sure
Tickets are not sold by internet or phone, you need to arrive at least 1 hour before the exhibit starts in order to get a ticket, what is outrageous, considering adults are usually taking kids to the planetarium. Taking this into consideration, they should at least have a playground close, where parents could stay in line while kids play (there's...
This restaurant, coffee bar has been closed since a few months. However, there are other lunch places/snackbars, coffee corners in the park. One is more on the northern side near the observatory, one is more or less in the middle, and the best place is near the cooper trail between gates 5 and 6 (Av Quarta Centenario). Food is simple,...
"A disaster! Possibly worst restaurant in sao paulo"
reviewed April 6, 2019 by ronaldp96
Terrible food. Overpriced. No a la carte.. only buffet with limited options. The majority of wines on wine list is not there. Wine was served piping hot. No dessert ( not even fruit) or coffee included in price. Stay away!!!!