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Visiting Sao Paulo for the first time?
A must for a first-time visit to São Paulo is Ibirapuera Park, located in the centre of the city and covering over 150 hectares, it is São Paulo’s largest green space. The park has lakes, museums, bike trails and amazing picnic sites for you to just chill and relax.
Visit the city’s biggest food market Municipal Market. The vibrant market is full of shops selling Brazilian produce and is the perfect place to give your taste buds a feel of Brazilian flavours.
Street Art Tour: Walking around the city and viewing the incredible street art is a must! São Paulo has some of the best street art in the world thanks to a group of innovative artists who continue to create spectacular art year after year. Don’t miss a visit to Beco de Batman to view the city's biggest display of street art.
Tour Museu de Futebol: If you’re a football fan then a trip to this soccer museum will be a total delight. Museu de Futebol is located at Estadio Pacaembu, one of Sao Paulo’s most important soccer stadiums. As you know, Brazil is mad about football and has one of the greatest football teams in the world. At the museum, you’ll have a chance to learn about their football history with a wide range of memorabilia, photos, and videos throughout the museum.
If you want to have a good view of Sao Paulo then you must visit the restaurant and bar at Edificio Italia. This tall building is at the centre of the city, offers dazzling views and is perfect for sunset cocktails and golden hour Instagram shots.
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Looking for something different?
Sitting in the Jardins District of São Paulo, Brazil, is a towering 80-meter ship that would fit better in an ocean than a residential neighbourhood. This giant inverted arch, complete with porthole-shaped windows, is the peculiar Hotel Unique, which welcomes guests aboard a boat-shaped modernist fantasy.
For those who want to spend a more reflective day, the Zu Lai Temple, located less than 30 minutes from São Paulo, is the place to go. It is the biggest Buddhist temple in South America, with beautiful gardens and temples, and worth a visit even for those uninterested in meditation classes, which seem to spring up on Sunday out of nowhere, with visitors invited to join in.
Want to go further?
São Roque, the best state in São Paulo for wine lovers. Take a tour around the Quinta and sample a selection of the different Brazilian wines.
Want to know a secret?
Traffic jams here can sometimes back up 200 kilometres! Don’t say we didn’t warn you!