São Paulo

Things to Do & Attractions in São Paulo

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Altino Arantes Building (Banespa Tower)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 27 Reviews

An enduring symbol of São Paulo’s 20th-century race to modernity, the Edifício Altino Arantes—more commonly known as the Banespa Tower or ...  Read more

Republic Square (Praça da República)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

A rectangular eye at the center of the urban hurricane that is São Paulo, Praça da República might have seen better days, but the plaza still ...  Read more

Atlantic Forest (Mata Atlântica)

4 star rating: Recommended 71 Reviews

The Atlantic Forest, or Mata Atlantica Biosphere Reserve, covers 14 states and spreads over more than 20,000 acres in Brazil. It’s formed of the remnants of a ...  Read more

Liberdade

1 star rating: I do not recommend this 1 Review

Home to the world’s largest Japanese population outside Japan, the Sao Paulo district of Liberdade is a densely-populated neighborhood that’s a popular spot ...  Read more

Allianz Parque

Hailed by many as the best stadium in São Paulo, Allianz Parque is a multipurpose arena in the West Zone of the city. Inaugurated in November 2014, the ...  Read more

Art Gallery of the State of Sao Paulo (Pinacoteca do Estado)

One of Brazil’s most important art museums, the Art Gallery of the State of Sao Paulo (Pinacoteca do Estado) was founded in 1905. Dedicated to 19th- and ...  Read more

Avenida Berrini

Developed in the late 1970s as an off-price alternative to the sky-high rents along Avenida Paulista, Avenida Berrini (pronounced be-HEE-nee) has given its ...  Read more

Avenida Paulista

One of the most expensive strips of real estate in Latin America, Avenida Paulista is São Paulo’s most iconic thoroughfare. What started out as a ...  Read more

Cantareira State Park (Parque Estadual da Cantareira)

Covering nearly 20,000 acres and rising out of northern São Paulo, Cantareira State Park (Parque Estadual da Cantareira) is one of the world’s largest ...  Read more

Coffee Palace

Near São Paulo, the port city of Santos is home to Brazil’s Coffee Palace. Opened in 1914, it served as the hub of Brazil’s booming coffee industry, ...  Read more

Embu das Artes

Known simply as Embu to most, the town of Embu das Artes, just outside São Paulo, was founded in 1554, and by the 1930s Embu was already making a name ...  Read more

Football Museum

Located inside Estádio Municipal Paulo Machado de Carvalho (a soccer stadium located in the  Pacaembu neighborhood of Sao Paulo), the Museum du Futebol ...  Read more

Guarujá

Nicknamed "The Pearl of the Atlantic," the Brazilian city of Guarujá hosts the closest stretch of beach to São Paulo, making it a wildly ...  Read more

Hotel Unique

With its striking crescent shape, Sao Paulo’s iconic Hotel Unique has been said to look like many things — a copper half-moon, the hull of a ship...but locals ...  Read more

Ibirapuera Park

Sao Paulo’s version of NYC’s Central Park, leafy Ibirapuera Park was opened on the 400th anniversary of the city, in 1954, and it’s known as much for its ...  Read more

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