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Exploring Sao Paulo

Brazil’s largest city, Sao Paolo, is the country’s most underrated tourist destination, lagging behind the sun, sea, and sand hubs of Salvador and Rio de Janeiro. In reality, it offers a diverse, rich cultural experience due to its long history of immigration, and its highlights are its vast choice of delicious dining options and its many cultural events. A holiday here is an exploration of a unique city edged by a magnificent, rainforested mountain range which gives great ecotourism options.

Downtown Sao Paulo is a magnet for history buffs, with its 17th century religious buildings, heritage mansions, and museums shadowed by soaring skyscrapers. Here, you’ll find the Mercure Sao Paulo hotel and the Royal Jardins Boutique Hotel, as well as a good choice of budget properties. The rest of the city’s extraordinary century-long growth has given rise to contrasting areas of wealth and poverty, as well as stunning green spaces and cultural diversity. Vibrant nightlife and fine dining is found in the West district, and the city’s famous carnival takes place in the event hub of northeast Sao Paulo.


Accommodations near Sao Paulo

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Sao Paulo is the Café Hostel, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Pousada Ziláh in Sao Paulo as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing near Sao Paulo

- Jardins


Just south of Consolação and flanked to the east by Avenida Paulista, the extensive district of Jardins is a shoppers’ paradise of elegant bakeries, high-end design stores and cutting-edge fashion labels. Perfect for glamorous people - watching and relaxed afternoon strolls, leafy streets like Rua Oscar Freire are lined with vibrant flagship boutiques and flash restaurants. Architectural landmark São Paulo hotels like the retro-chic Fasano and the golden glass Emiliano add to the area’s allure.


- Brooklin Novo


High-flying businessmen and São Paulo’s glitterati congregate in the glitzy suburb of Brooklin, south-west of Parque de Ibirapuera. Gleaming skyscrapers, home to the world’s biggest multinationals, sit next to luxury hotels and shopping malls packed with haute couture fashion houses. Brooklin is where to stay in São Paulo for film-star hospitality and endless pampering. Ten minutes away by taxi, exclusive nightlife awaits in Itaim Bibi district.


Transportation near Sao Paulo

The best way to get around this chaotic city is by metro, overland train, or trolleybus, thus avoiding the peak hour traffic jams, although all forms of public transport are packed during rush hours. The metro is clean, fast, and relatively safe, and in the central districts the overland trains are modern and comfortable. Lines 1 through 4 and line 9 are the most useful for sightseeing, and travel is cheap.


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