Start at Sé subway station to visit the famous Cathedral and Cathedral Square, home to the landmark of the city. Cross the square and check out the sights of Caixa Cultural, Cathedral Square (number 111). Then walk to Roberto Simonsen Street (number 136) and visit the City Museum downtown, formed by a group of buildings dating back to the eighteenth century: Solar da Marquesa de Santos, Alley Pinto and Casa da Imagem.
Continue towards the Pateo do Collegio and Anchieta Museum, craddle of the city of São Paulo. Take the Anchieta Street and turn right at Rua XV de Novembro and left on Quitanda Street to visit one of the attractions of the intense schedule of the Centro Cultural Banco do Brazil.
Walk along Rua Alvares Penteado toward the Altino Arantes Building, one of the most famous viewpoints of the city, with prescheduled access during the week Working Hours. Leaving the building, take the right to Boa Vista Street, turn left and walk to the Largo São Bento, s / nº, to meet the famous Monastery of St. Benedict. With Masses celebrated daily and in specific Working Hours is possible to appreciate the Gregorian chant. There is a shop on site that sells bread, cakes and pastries produced by the monks themselves.
Take Rua São Bento to St. John Avenue to visit the Martinelli building, so big that it has input on three streets, and is also another option for a sightseeing tour and amazing Photos (see Working Hours). Continue the tour by Libero Badaro Street toward the headquarters of the São Paulo City Hall and walk to the Viaduct Tea, which takes its name from a tea plantation that existed on the site. See on your right Viaduct Santa Ifigenia, the first to be built in the nineteenth century and the ANHANGABAÚ Valley. At the end of the crossing are the building of the old city power company, today Shopping Light and the imposing Municipal Theater.
Continue straight along the street to the theater Ipiranga Avenue and turn left to walk to the building Italy. Get to know one of the Tourist Information Centers, CIT Republic, opposite to the building. Walk to the Copan building designed by architect Oscar Niemeyer and finish the script in Praça da República with traditional crafts fair of arts and crafts on weekends and access to the subway Republic.