The Sightseeing SP was especially designed for you to explore São Paulo in a comfortable and safe way. The possibility of unlimited hop on and hop off throughout the circuit allows you to know the main attractions that the city has to offer. The tour provides information about the history, architecture and culture of the city. While you enjoy the view, you get to know more about the incredible destination that is São Paulo!
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R$ 40 ticket
Tickets sold only inside the bus.
Audio system with
Valid for 24 hours starting
|3 daily departures||ATTENTION!|
|From Monday to Friday: at 9 a.m., 11:20 a.m. and 2:10 p.m.; On Saturdays: at 8 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., from stop 1 – República. It is possible to embark on any of the circuit stops.||On Sundays and holidays, departures at 10 a.m., 12 p.m., 3 p.m. and 5:10 p.m. from stop 1 – Repúlica. Alternative route on sundays. Do not pass through Paulista Avenue.|
Aboard on Sightseeing SP, here are some useful tips for you to enjoy your tour with us in the best possible way. There are many attractions available throughout the tour, so please plan your stops ahead of time. Once you have finished visiting the point of interest, you can then return to the stop and board the next vehicle. Take into account the three daily departures and the validity of your ticket. Download the app that allows you to monitor in real time the bus schedule at each of the stops. Some of the stop locations provide free public Wi-Fi.
– Experimental service.
– Ticket sales and hop on the bus are subject to seat availability.
– The schedule time reported is estimated. To check the exact location of the bus, access the app.
– The circuit length and frequency between vehicles are conditioned to traffic along the itinerary.
– The circuit may be changed without previous notice.- In case of service interruption due to reasons of force majeure, such as rain, floods, unexpected roadblock, etc, will not authorize refunds.
– Alternative route on sundays. Do not pass through Paulista Avenue.
República Square, in front of the Tourist Information Center
República Square, originally called Largo dos Curros was, in the 19th century, stage of rodeos and bullfights. Setting for major political events that changed the history of the country, it houses historic buildings, beautiful sculptures, a bandstand and the building of the old Normal School Caetano de Campos. On Sundays it takes place the most traditional Arts and Crafts Fair of the city, that gathers hundreds of stalls. You can find a plenty of antiques, small works of art, jewelry, trinkets and delicious food.
Charles Miller Square
Paulo Machado de Carvalho Stadium, known as Pacaembu, is closely linked to the history of football in the country. Opened in 1940, it was considered the most modern South American stadium. It was the stage for six matches of the 1950 World Cup. Under its stands is the Football Museum, which features a multimedia collection that preserves the major highlights of the football. The facts are related to the historical context of the country and the world, presenting the sport as one of the most famous cultural expressions of the Brazilian people.
| PAULISTA: MASP | CASA DAS ROSAS
Avenida Paulista, near to n. 1941
Avenida Paulista, near to n. 37
The Paulista Avenue is a financial and cultural center. Thousands of people pass there everyday, the atmosphere of hurry and work breathe during the week becomes festive on weekends. Former home of the elite, it is still possible to observe some architectural of the era, such as the Casa das Rosas. Among the buildings is the tranquility of the Trianon Park and a lot of culture in the MASP (São Paulo Art Museum).
Av. Pedro Álvares Cabral, near to gate 10
The Ibirapuera Park is one of the most visited places by locals. It is a green world full of leisure and sports activities, and an invitation to try a different São Paulo: jogging along the lake, listening to the birds, feeling the fresh air and the energy from nature. Its landscapes were designed by Otávio Augusto Teixeira Mendes and buildings signed by the architect Oscar Niemeyer, which house the Ibirapuera Auditorium, the Bienal Pavilion, the Afro Brazil Museum, the MAM and the OCA exhibition pavilion. Close to it there is the Museum of Contemporary Art – MAC, with works by artists like Picasso, Matisse, Miró, Kandinsky and Modigliani.
|CENTRO CULTURAL SP
Rua Vergueiro, near to n.1117
It was one of the first multidisciplinary cultural centers of the country. Students, researchers, art lovers and families seek experiences there that stimulate ideas and senses. It offers exhibitions, theater plays, dance and music shows, literature and poetry events, films exhibition, activities for children, workshops, debates and conferences. The complex is highlighted by the Louis Braille Library that has more than six thousand titles in braille and audiobooks, and for the building outstanding accessibility and by the activities provided.
Catedral Nossa Senhora do Paraíso, Catedral Ortodoxa, Igreja de Santa Generosa.
Praça da Liberdade, near to n. 107
Formerly known as Gallows Square, Liberdade Square was, until the 1870’s, a place where used to happen hangings of criminals sentenced to death. The oriental neighborhood began to gain its today’s features when Japanese immigrants settled there in 1912. They arrived from São Paulo country side as they didn’t adapt to the critical farming conditions. The neighborhood shows the culture and traditions of Japanese immigrants in the streets decorated with lanterns and a large portico (Torii), in the Museum of Japanese Immigration and in its Asian shops and restaurants. On the weekends, an open air food and craft fair takes place at the neighborhood.
|PATEO DO COLLEGIO
Pateo do Collegio, near to Boa Vista viaduct.
From the construction of a cottage where jesuits gathered, including the priests José de Anchieta and Manoel da Nobrega, determined to catechize the natives, it was formed São Paulo, nowadays one of the largest metropolis in the world. The Pateo do Collegio was the place where the official ceremony of the city’s foundation took place in January 25th, 1554. The present building is a replica of the original one and houses the Anchieta Museum and the São José de Anchieta Church.
Beco do Pinto, Caixa Cultural, Capela do Menino Jesus e Santa Luzia, Catedral da Sé, Casa Nº 1, Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Convento São Francisco, Edifício Altino Arantes, Edifício Martinelli, Edifício Matarazzo, Espaço BM&F Bovespa, Igreja da Ordem Terceira do Carmo, Igreja de Santo Antônio, Igreja de São Gonçalo, Igreja Nossa Senhora da Boa Morte, Conjunto Franciscano, Mosteiro de São Bento, Museu do Tribunal de Justiça, Solar da Marquesa de Santos.
Rua Conselheiro Crispianiano, near to n. 209
Designed by Cláudio Rossi and Domiziano Rossi, the Municipal Theater was opened to the public in 1911, with the presentation of the opera Hamlet, by Ambroise Thomas, for illustrious guests. Built in the mold of great theaters such as the Palais Garnier to attend the São Paulo elite, the Theater was the stage to the Modern Art Week of 1922, event that shifted the parameters in Brazilian art and literature. Nowadays the Theater receives several operas, ballets and other musical and dance performances. It offers free guided tours.
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