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“a different park”
Review of Burle Marx Park

Burle Marx Park
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$100.00*
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Half-Day City Tour of São Paulo
Ranked #78 of 790 things to do in Sao Paulo
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Daily 7am - 7pm
Reviewed February 7, 2013

a park designed to contemplation. Just sit down or walk around calmly and see the sights: you can see the city far away, you can see insects hanging from trees... it´s a silent place. Gardens were designed by Burle Marx, a famous landscape designer. There is a toll parking

Thank margarete p
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Reviewed January 31, 2013

It's a small park, but its BEAUTIFUL. I lived nearby and went every weekend to run and exercise. It has nice nature tracks where you can run or walk. Much smaller than Ibirapuera Park thought if you want something more intimate, go there (not to mention the gorgeous house inside the park).

Thank TheAmados
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Reviewed November 1, 2012

very clean, good for kids. Animal are not allowed, neither guests with balls or food. So the park offers a safe and clean environment

1  Thank BrazilianLu
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Reviewed June 8, 2012

It was made as some kind of garden for some rich Paulista playboy in the 1940s, but obviously he ran out of money. The park has a small entrance fee and a parking spot directly at the entrance. Its safe, clean, not too crowded and full of orignial Atlantic Rain Forest. It a feeling of jungle in the middle of the high Morumbi apartment buildings and it ranges around a decaying villa that was never actually finished. Nice place to go for jogging or have a picnic, but all other sportive activity is prohibited, as are dogs. Nice alternative to the often overcrowded Ibirapuera Parque. No good access for handicapped persons, also no snacks or drinks available.

2  Thank Miseducation
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Reviewed May 27, 2012

It was a rainy day. We tried to go for a picnic but there were no good places to enjoy it and the park has climbs and is not well signalized.

Thank MDfromSP
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