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- Anhembi Convention Center
- Immigrants Exhibition Center
- Pacaembu Stadium
- U.S Consulate General
- Mercado Municipal
- Memorial da America Latina
- Citibank Hall
- Corinthians Arena
- Metro Boulevard Tatuape Shopping Center
- Sao Paulo Cathedral
- Anhembi Sambadrome
- Transamerica Expo Center
- Ibirapuera Park
- Interlagos Race Track
- Paulista Avenue
- Republic Square
- University of Sao Paulo
- Frei Caneca Shopping and Convention Center
- Reboucas Convention Center
- FMUSP Clinical Hospital
Where to stay in Sao Paulo
Contrasting modern and historic architecture, art galleries, hotels, gourmet restaurants, theatres, and vibrant nightlife are all found in and around Avenue Paulista. Must-sees include its two oldest buildings, the charming, colonial House of Joaquim France de Mello and the Church of St Luis Gonzaga, as well as the ultra-modern Sao Paulo Museum of Art. Sao Paulo Historic Center
The cultural and historic heart of the vast city is a vibrant mix of commercial, cultural, and entertainment quarters, protected areas, and wide boulevards lined with neoclassical and Baroque buildings similar to those in Vienna and Paris. Its Bella Vista quarter is a theatre, bar, and nightlife hub, and the Asian quarter of Liberdade is home to Japanese and Korean communities. Parque Estadual da Cantareira
The event hub of Sao Paulo is its Northwest district, which is home to this glorious eco-focused park. Its gem is its huge urban rainforest, the largest in the world, with its well-marked walking trails, total lack of tourist amenities, and variety of flora and fauna. It’s get-away-from-it-all heaven in this otherwise huge, noisy conurbation. Museo do Ipiranga
Sao Paulo’s most important history museum is set in an impressive heritage building in the Parque da Independencia and displays artefacts related to Brazil as well as to the city, although it concentrates on the rich heritage of the varied Paulista communities. The museum gardens and surrounding parklands are attractions in themselves. Eating and drinking and shopping nearbyThe entire city of Sao Paolo, crammed with an unbelievable diversity of eating options from roadside snacks, fast food outlets, simple local eateries, food courts and markets, to internationally-famous, high-end fine dining outlets such as DOM, recently voted into the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list at number 4, is foodie heaven. The diversity of ethnic cuisines includes Chinese, Japanese, authentic Brazilian, Middle Eastern, and European, and the local dishes are traditionally meat-heavy. A favourite is virado a paulista, a concoction of sausages and cuts of meat topped by a fried egg or two and served with a salad.Public transportThe best way to get around this chaotic city is by metro, overland train, or trolleybus, thus avoiding the peak hour traffic jams, although all forms of public transport are packed during rush hours. The metro is clean, fast, and relatively safe, and in the central districts the overland trains are modern and comfortable. Lines 1 through 4 and line 9 are the most useful for sightseeing, and travel is cheap.
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