It's still a fully-operational train station and manages to maintain the XIX century glow while incasing the XXI century rush. The architecture is beautiful and a piano is usually being played by someone in the main hall. Nearby, Sala São Paulo (for concerts), Pinacoteca do Estado (art expositions) and Parque da Luz (park) complete a great day out :-D
The only downpoints are: there should be more information about train schedules and routes as well as automatic vending machines for tickets - the lines were not big, but it was not rush hour, so I figure they can be quite long. Also, people don't really "sell" the touristic spots in São Paulo as well as they should... I found it way more beautiful than Charing Cross, or King's cross and less famous.
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