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Sao Paulo, where many exciting sights are available, should be your next trip for the best trip to enjoy and have fun. The city offers the best scenic walking areas, namely Igreja Chagas do Seráfico Pai Francisco, Vila Madalena, Rua Sao Bento, Barragem de Guarapiranga, Galeria Alma da Rua, making it an ideal destination for families and lone travelers, and even visitors with pets. Sao Paulo is in Southeastern Brazil, approximately halfway between Curitiba and Rio de JaneiroA vacation rental for everyone
Find the ideal rental property with options ranging from romantic getaways for two to enormous apartments for large family and friends.enjoy the hospitality, and feel at home in your vacation rental, which offers many amenities. Relax and unwind in the outdoor tub or on the patio beneath the pavilion. Many vacation rentals provide parking, clean outdoor pools, internet connection and fitness centers. Sao Paulo has a wide range of rental and luxurious properties to pick from. Because Sao Paulo is a pet-friendly city, renting here allows you to keep your dogs with you.
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The area and getting around
The city and its surrounding areas have much to offer with a wide selection of outdoor activities. If you are a lover of arts and culture, this is the right place to be. Escape the hustle and bustle of Sao Paulo with a private excursion to Embu das Artes, a creative village just a few minutes outside of the metropolis. To gain a sense of this unique place, visit the numerous galleries, artisan stores, festivals, and cafes in this old town. Souvenirs can be purchased, and local Brazilian foods can be sampled while learning about the town's history.Sao Paulo a city with rich culture
The culture of São Paulo is the set of artistic-cultural manifestations developed by the people that make up the state of São Paulo. Learn and enjoy the unique multicultural diversity of Sao Paulo. It's a city with a large population of Japanese, Italians, German, Spanish and Portuguese immigrants. This diversity guarantees a fantastic authentic array of international cuisine.
Travelers and activities
Sao Paulo is the epicenter of the country's best art collection and historical museums. Sao Paulo is one of the most important cities in Brazil when it comes to culture. It is the city of origin of artistic and aesthetic movements throughout history.Experience first-hand knowledge about the arts and the unique history in the city. A visit to the museums will be delightful to the soul of a visitor.Sao Paulo for soccer enthusiasts
Sao Paulo is typically a soccer-mad city; experience Brazil's football culture. Visit the Museu do Futebol, Brazil's premier soccer museum, housed within the gorgeous municipal Pacaembu stadium. Alternatively, while the game is underway, wander along to your local bar and soak up the fan atmosphere.
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Sao Paulo has its Museu do Futebol, which delights football fans. It is an interactive museum located in the Pacaembu stadium, offering several activities such as shooting ranges or table football. There are archives of Brazilian football with screens showing interviews and match extracts. The history of Brazilian and international football is traced there through different rooms. The Pelé museum and the stadiums are obligatory places of passage for your football pilgrimage.Explore Avenue Paulista
It is the most famous artery of Sao Paulo. It takes its name from the inhabitants of the city-the Paulistas. It joins the "old" quarter to the modern business district, which perfectly represents the economic power of Sao Paulo. It is a veritable anthill where many employees work and hosts the largest groups and financial institutions. There are also many art galleries, bars, cafes, bookstores, good restaurants and several hotels.Visit the Sao Paulo Cathedral
Located in the city's heart, it was destroyed and rebuilt many times. Neo-Gothic in style, Sao Paulo Cathedral is one of the five largest religious buildings in the world. Indeed, it feels very small! It is interesting to notice the local elements integrated into the architecture, such as pineapples and coffee branches. There is also a large and very pretty crypt and one of the largest organs in Latin America.Visit the Ibirapuera Park
We often speak of Sao Paulo as a sea of skyscrapers, but we must recognize that the city also has its share of green spaces, which are also very imposing. Parque Ibirapuera is nothing less than one of the largest urban parks in Latin America! In addition to being a little natural oasis of greenery with its lakes, it hosts the planetarium, the contemporary art museum, the Afro-Brasil museum, and several events and concerts.The Afro Brazil Museum
Like other buildings in Ibirapuera Park, the museum's pavilion was designed by the famous Brazilian architect Niemeyer. The museum's purpose is to offer a contemporary museum that focuses on the recognition of Brazil's black identity. It presents several aspects of history, such as religion, slavery, work and the African influence on Brazilian culture. No doubt, it is one of the most beautiful museums in Sao Paulo.