Holidays To Sao Paulo

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The seventh largest city in the world Sao Paulo is a massive city packed with so many things to discover that you find you have to return time and time again in order to experience everything. Holidays to Sao Paulo are a crazy mix of attractions and activities that will keep you on the go. Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil and also considered the wealthiest. While it seems to be bursting at the seams you will once there, realize why people love Sao Paulo and refuse to consider living anywhere else. The city is a foodie heaven with inviting bistros and restaurants that provide mouth-watering cuisine. The city has a host of underground bars and all night clubs that will keep you going till the morning hours. Thanks to the different ethnic groups that call San Paulo home the culture of the city is amazingly diverse and interesting which embraces visitors immediately. All inclusive holidays by Travel Center are the best way to experience San Paulo as all your travel needs are looked after. You need not worry about air tickets or accommodation, but instead concentrate on planning all the fun activities you want to do. Book holidays to San Paulo and learn first-hand the appeal of this bustling large city.

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT -3:00 hours

Airlines Flying

TAM Airlines, British Airways, American Airlines, Alitalia, Iberian Airlines

Languages

Portuguese

Best Time to Travel

May to November

Modes of Transport

Taxi, Bus, Car, Railway, Trams

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 5.95 BRL
TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Museu de Arte Moderna

The Museu de Arte Moderna or the ‘Museum of Modern Art’ in Sao Paulo is Brazil’s oldest modern art museum featuring an impressive collection of creations by contemporary Brazilian artists. The fascinating museum is a popular haunt for visitors, locals and basically anyone who genuinely appreciates fine works of art.

Parque do Ibirapuera

Easily the biggest green space in central Sao Paulo, the Parque do Ibirapuera offers visitors an escape from the city's concrete jungles. The popular park serves as a thriving center of the city's cultural life and features a series of museums, performance spaces while also showcasing a number of landmark creations by modern artist Oscar Niemeyer.

Sao Paulo Museum of Art

An art museum located on Paulista Avenue the Sao Paulo Museum of Art is a popular venue renowned the world over for its fantastic collection of European art, considered to be the finest in Latin America. The museum features a collection of around 8,000 pieces comprising Brazilian art, drawings, African and Asian art, antiquities, decorative arts and more.

Paulista Avenue

One of the most important and busiest avenues in Sao Paulo, Paulista Avenue is home to many of the city’s financial and cultural centres. It also features an extensive shopping area with many retail stores, theatres, cinemas and eating houses being located here. Casual strolls along the avenue will no doubt unearth many hidden treasures for visitors.

Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo

Housed in a 1900 building, The Pinacoteca do Estado de Sao Paulo is one of the most important art museums in Brazil. It is in fact the oldest art museum in Sao Paulo, founded at the turn of the 20th century. The museum showcases an expansive collection of Brazilian art as well as 19th-century paintings and sculptures.

Sala Sao Paulo

The Salt a Sao Paulo, with a capacity of around 1,500 seats is one of the city’s most popular venues and is the home of the Sao Paulo State Symphonic Orchestra. The state-of-the-art theatre hosts regular symphonic and chamber presentations and is a must-visit attraction for lovers of the fine arts.

Sao Paulo Cathedral

One of the most important and sacred places for Catholics in Sao Paulo, the Sao Paulo Cathedral was completed during the mid-1940s. The current building was constructed as a replacement for the ancient building that once stood here. The Neo-Gothic style of architecture and history that surrounds the building attracts locals and travellers alike to the site.

Latin America Memorial

A cultural, political and leisure complex, the Latin America Memorial was inaugurated in 1989. The memorial is a tribute to the cultural, political, social and economic integration of Latin America and is a popular site for locals and visitors alike. Find out what makes the heart of Latin America tick with a visit to this memorial.

Museum of the Portuguese Language

The Museum of the Portuguese Language is an interactive language and linguistics museum housed in the Estação da Luz railway station. The main concept behind the creation of the museum is to create a living representation of the Portuguese language, where visitors could be surprised and also educated by the unusual and unfamiliar aspects of the language.

Theatro Municipal

A popular landmark significant both for its architectural value as well as for its historical importance, the Municipal Theatre of Sao Paulo is an important arts and cultural hub. It is home to the Sao Paulo Municipal Symphonic Orchestra, the Coral Lírico (Lyric Choir) and the City Ballet of Sao Paulo.