It is on the North Side that you can find pioneering global urban art: we are talking about a permanent exhibition of 33 outdoor graffiti panels with works of over 50 artists. In order to satisfy the stomach, go to a delicious Comida Nordestina restaurant and then get rid of all concerns visiting one of our vast green areas, where you can go trekking and making ecological tours.
Besides places for fairs, conventions and events, it hosts also the Bus Terminal Tietê, one of the largest bus terminals of the city, connecting the capital paulista to several other cities of the state of São Paulo, Brazil and South America. It is also the host to the majority of the Samba Schools of São Paulo, due to its proximity to the Sambódromo do Anhembi.
Parque da Juventude, Museu Aberto de Arte Urbana (MAAU), Horto Florestal, Parque Estadual da Cantareira, Anhembi Parque, Avenida Luís Dumont Villares, Museu dos Transportes Gaetano Ferolla, Expo Center Norte, Biblioteca de São Paulo, Sitio Morrinhos.
Great nightlife, bohemia, agitation and interesting people; this is the face of the West Side of São Paulo. It is also a shopping paradise: luxury brands, design and decoration objects, antiques, ateliers works and art galleries, besides a large center of supplies and a flower market.
However, the West Side it is not only about its charming neighborhoods and hype; there are also cultural places (including a pioneer interactive soccer museum), sound, image and sculptures museums, open museum of sustainability, study and research centers, meaningful architectonic marks, diverse gastronomy and the highest peek of the city where you can have a privileged view of the metropolis that never sleeps.
Estádio do Pacaembu, Museu do Futebol, Sesc Pompéia, Allianz Parque, Memorial da América Latina, Praça Vilaboim, Oscar Freire, Jockey Club, Praça Benedito Calixto, Instituto Tomie Ohtake, Praça do Pôr do Sol, Vila Madalena, Instituto Butantan, Ceagesp, Cidade Universitária, MIS, MUBE, Parque Villa-Lobos, Pico do Jaraguá, Parque da Água Branca, Casa das Caldeiras, Casa Modernista, Instituto Moreira Salles, Museu de Arte Brasileira, Centro Cultural Rio Verde, Beco do Batman, Unibes Cultural, Fundação Ema Gordon Klabin, Igreja Nossa Senhora do Brasil, Santuário de Nossa Senhora de Fátima, Museu da Casa Brasileira, Parque do Povo, Praça Victor Civita.
Whoever looks at the city map will soon realize that the South Side is the wider. However, many do not imagine that there you can find, for instance, a Native American village, vast areas of contact with nature, beautiful gardens and even the production of organic food. In this region you can visit the headquarters of the State of São Paulo Government, the most important park of the city (Ibirapuera), the Autódromo de Interlagos and large malls.
Having the most expensive price per square meter of the city, the South Side also holds colonial architecture constructions and the so-called “berço da independência” (independence cradle), the place where Dom Pedro I declared Brazil independent from Portugal.
Parque Ibirapuera, MAM, Museu Afro, MAC, Cinemateca, Zoológico, Jardim Botânico, Palácio dos Bandeirantes, Fundação Maria Luisa e Oscar Americano, Parque da Independência, Autódromo de Interlagos, Parque Burle Marx, Polo de Ecoturismo de Parelheiros, Estádio do Morumbi, Casa da Fazenda, Cemitério do Morumby, Casa do Bandeirante, Capela do Morumbi, Ponte Estaiada, Rua Joaquim Távora, Aquário de São Paulo, Memorial Santa Paulina, Instituto Biológico, Centro de Memória do Corpo de Bombeiros, Museu de Zoologia, Sesc Ipiranga, Casa Modernista, Igreja Nossa Senhora da Saúde, Museu Lasar Segall, Catedral Ortodoxa, Parque da Aclimação, Polo de Ecoturismo de São Paulo.
It is the most populated region of São Paulo and it offers many activities for culture and leisure. It hosts the city’s oldest chapel, among other religious and historic constructions; it has large environmental reserves and also Arena Corinthians, the stadium that has hosted FIFA World Cup FIFA 2014™ games. Come get surprised!
Arena Corinthians, Capela São Miguel, Centro Cultural da Penha, Parque Ecológico do Tietê, Parque do Carmo, Parque do Piqueri, Ceret, Parque Linear Várzeas do Tietê, Museu da Imigração, Shopping Aricanduva, Casa da Memória, Sesc Belenzinho, Casa do Tatuapé, Parque São Jorge, Basílica Nossa Senhora da Penha, Igreja Nossa Senhora do Rosário dos Homens Pretos, Templo de Salomão.
As in almost every big city, it is on the expanded downtown where the heat builds.
Here you will be able to see where the city was born, go through marco zero (mark zero), observe icons of History and Architecture, appreciate dazzling views, buy great things at our handicraft fairs and popular street markets, and ever listen to Gregorian chants.
You may also taste delicacies from all over the world, feed the body on the traditional Italian Cantinas and Typical Oriental Food Restaurants, as in also feed the mind, visiting multidisciplinary cultural grounds, impressive constructions and great art collections.
It is the region with the largest public transportation service, where tradition coexists with modernity and you will instigate all of your 5 senses!
Pateo do Collegio, Theatro Municipal, Catedral da Sé, Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil, Caixa Cultural, Galeria do Rock, Edifícios Históricos (Copan, Martinelli, Altino Arantes e Itália), Praça da República, Rua 25 de Março, Mosteiro de São Bento, Mercado Municipal, Estação da Luz e Museu da Língua Portuguesa, Estação Julio Prestes e Sala São Paulo, Catavento Cultural, Pinacoteca, Bixiga, Liberdade, Centro Cultural São Paulo, Avenida Paulista, Conjunto Nacional, Casa das Rosas, MASP, Rua Augusta, Biblioteca Mario de Andrade, Mosteiro da Luz, Feira da Liberdade, Parque da Luz, Memorial da Resistência.
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