The vast metropolis of Sao Paulo is Brazil’s largest city and the capital of the state of Sao Paulo in the south-east of the country. An amazing area to discover, the city is has energy, and it is a cultural and historic centre. Known for its fabulous cuisine, the city has wonderful restaurants and cafes. For those visiting, there are plenty of fine Sao Paulo attractions are like the following:
A pleasant avenue on which to spend the day browsing boutique shops and high-end stores, Avenida Paulista has fashionable cafes and contemporary high-rises.
A Japanese neighbourhood, this district is distinctly authentic and much like a Chinatown. Many fascinating shops, restaurants and supermarkets with traditional architecture, a walk through Liberdade seems like a stroll in Japan.
Museo do Futebol
Free to the public, this eye-catching museum celebrates football. Audio equipment for self-tours is available in English and Spanish. The venue closes during a football match.
Parque do Ibirapuera
A sizable patch of green in the city, this public park has so much space that one day is not enough to explore its entirety on foot. The park has many features like a modern art museum, a convention centre and a lake. Ducks and swans are on and near the lake, and other small animals live in and around the trees.
Sala Sao Paulo
A beautiful facility beside the train station, the modern auditorium hosts a wide range of events. It is the venue where the city’s orchestra makes its home.