Located on the west side of São Paulo, the Burle Marx Park emerged differently. The landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx created the artistic and landscape design of the park especially to integrate the gardens of a house, designed by Oscar Niemeyer in the 1950s In 1995 the gardens were leveraged to make way for the park.
Currently, the park has an area of 138 thousand square meters and is home tracks for jogging and strolling three trails that surround the lakes and take the user to a true sensory experience into the woods, as well as bars and boards for gymnastics, playground, springs and lakes.
Address: Av. Dona Helena Pereira de Morais, 200 – Vila Andrade – South Side – São Paulo.
Phone: (11) 3746-7631.