A CITY THAT ALWAYS SURPRISES YOU
Seven breathtaking panoramic views in São PauloJose Cordeiro/ SPTuris
From January, São Paulo Samba Schools will begin the general technical rehearsals at the Sambódromo do Anhembi.Jose Cordeiro | SPTuris
Each region of São Paulo has its attractions and peculiarities. Choose your region and have fun!
The North region is the gateway of São Paulo to most visitors who arrive by bus. In this region the Tietê Bus Terminal is located, which is one of the busiest terminals in the world. It serves more than 600 locations in Brazil and four countries: Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile and Argentina.
The West region offers both indoor and outdoor cultural complexes. In this sense, important museums of the city are located in the Cidade Universitária area. Beside it, snakes and spiders can be seen in the Butantan Institute. Famous architectural ensembles make Sesc Pompéia, Tomie Ohtake Institute and Latin America Memorial must-see attractions.
For those who arrive in São Paulo via the International Airport of Congonhas, the South zone of the city is the entrance gate. In the region, visitors can enjoy daytime attractions, such as parks and shopping centers, as well as nightlife options, including concert halls, nightclubs, bars and restaurants, which are open during the night.
The East side of São Paulo has a rich offer of cultural attractions, including Corinthians and Juventus football stadiums, several parks, malls, a planetarium, museums and much more. By walking through the streets of the region you can find a variety of enjoyable activities, including pleasant walks, fun and culture.
In downtown the past sets the tone. Buildings that blend with the history of the city and the country are the main attractions. Make sure to visit Pateo do Collegio, where there is a beautiful museum of sacred art.