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Brazil’s largest city São Paulo – also known as Sampa – offers a rich cultural experience. The city is famous as a hub for business as it is the most important financial centre in Latin America. In addition to corporate tourism, it offers many opportunities for socialising and also a lively nightlife that attracts visitors from all over the world.

Weather averages in September

  • Day 25°C
  • Night 16°C
  • Rain 6

Brazil’s largest city São Paulo – also known as Sampa – offers a rich cultural experience. The city is famous as a hub for business as it is the most important financial centre in Latin America. In addition to corporate tourism, it offers many opportunities for socialising and also a lively nightlife that attracts visitors from all over the world.

Weather averages in September

  • Day 25°C
  • Night 16°C
  • Rain 6

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The Financial Powerhouse of Latin America

From the moment visitors land in Sao Paolo, they are surrounded by tropical plants, charismatic people, bright colours, and exciting sounds and aromas. It is a diverse city, be it culturally and ethnically, and it also hosts large integrated communities of people of Italian and Japanese origins. This melting pot of various cultures has created a wonderful combination of arts, gastronomy and music that is definitely worth exploring it.

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Sao Paolo is home to 12 million people and it offers endless possibilities for sports, culture and social events. There are more than 100 museums, 120 theatres and approximately 300 cinemas in the city that also boasts numerous parks and green areas. You can enjoy your shopping at the 25 de Março street, famous for good deals, while products of more luxurious and prestigious brands can be found at Rua Oscar Freire, one of the most lavish and extravagant in the world. 

This melting pot of various cultures has created a wonderful combination of arts, gastronomy and music that is definitely worth exploring it.

The city is also known to be the capital of congresses and events of South America, as throughout the year there are plentiful of them organized there. You can enjoy the fashion week, a biennale of arts, numerous big festivals and music concerts. Sao Paolo is also a great place for all foodies, as it offers the most diverse dishes in Brasil. The gastronomy of Sao Paolo builds it dishes from the mix of European, Indian and African influences, which are the testaments of the rich cultural heritage of the city. 

Sights in São Paulo

1 Art Museum Masp

São Paulo Museum of Art

The most important art museum in the southern hemisphere with works of art by artists from all over the world.

2 Paulista Avenue

Paulista Avenue

A tree-lined avenue with lots of shops, hotels, businesses, cultural institutions and restaurants.

3 Mestna trznica

Municipal Market of São Paulo

A covered market with a wide range of goods and wonderful stained glass windows.

4 Zelezniska postaja Estacao da Luz

Estação da Luz Railway Station

The classic Victorian train station is one of São Paulo’s most beautiful buildings.

5 Ibirapuera park

Ibirapuera Park

São Paulo’s largest green area and a popular urban oasis.

Airports

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São Paulo-Guarulhos

São Paulo-Guarulhos International Airport is the main international airport in São Paulo and the busiest airport in Brazil. It is located in the municipality of Guarulhos, 25 km northeast of central São Paulo. You can get from the airport to the city centre by train, bus or taxi.

 

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