São Paulo

The financial center of Brazil, one of the most populous cities in the world, full of gastronomy and leisure options.

  • Walk along Avenida Paulista, business center, bars and lots of history
  • Visit MASP (Museum of Art of São Paulo)
  • Visit the Casa das Rosas, built in 1935.
  • Discover traditional neighborhoods, such as Bixiga.
  • Stroll through Ibirapuera Park.
  • Have a happy hour in one of the bars in Vila Madalena.
  • Shop at major brands on Rua Oscar Freire.
  • Watch plays in the Procópio Ferreira, Augusta and Eva Herz theaters.
  • Walk or cycle through city parks.
Figueira Rubaiyat
  • Luxurious tourist spot
  • Meat menu
  • Steakhouse with casters
  • A la carte dishes
  • Calm environment
Mori Ohta Sushi
  • Sushi bar counters
  • Exclusive drinks menu
  • Rotation

Featured attractions

See the main attractions and what to expect in São Paulo






  • Pinacoteca de São Paulo
  • Igreja Ortodoxa Paraportiani
  • Museu da Arte Moderna
  • Museu do Futebol
  • Mosteiro de São Bento
  • Praça da República
  • Pateo do Collegio
  • Parque Zoológico de São Paulo
  • Jardim Botânico de São Paulo
  • 25 de Março
  • Parque Trianon
  • Parque Burle Marx
  • Casa das Rosas
  • Museu Catavento
  • Auditório Ibirapuera - Oscar Niemeyer
  • Parque Independência
  • Monumento à Independência
  • Parque Ecológico Imigrantes

A little more about São Paulo

São Paulo is a multifaceted metropolis. At the same time that it is the most important economic center in Brazil, it is the capital of culture in Latin America, with a unique offer of leisure, knowledge and entertainment. A typically urban metropolis, covered with a vast green area.