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Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil and is located in the southeast of the country, facing the Atlantic Ocean. The city is rich in history, politics and culture and is home to world class museums, galleries, historical buildings and statues. High rise buildings dominate the skyline in this vibrant city, but peace can be found in its parks, lakes and proximity to the coast.
You could spend days visiting Sao Paulo’s many museums. MASP is the city’s best art museum with some of the finest collections in Latin America. The Pinacoteca is also highly recommended to visit. Walk around Ibirapuera Park to see some of Brazil’s finest monuments, gardens, trails, and lakes. Don’t miss the impressive Sao Paulo Cathedral, which can hold 8,000 people for Sunday service. Spend the day shopping at Rua Oscar Freire or Paulista Avenue with hundreds of shops, bars, and restaurants. On Sundays, the avenue comes alive with street performers and live music. Soak up the hip art scenes of Vila Madalena and Batman Alley with its cobbled alleys decorated in murals and graffiti. Wander the Municipal Market and grab a bite to eat or sample some of the trendy eateries in this foodies paradise. Sao Paulo is a huge, busy, and vibrant destination soaked in both modern and historic culture, with something for everyone on offer.
Sao Paulo is the largest city in the southern hemisphere so the choice of hotels, apartments and villas here is endless. There is a wide range of affordable to luxury hotels and apartments across the city to make your stay comfortable. Sao Paulo is the perfect city break for couples, groups of friends and even families who love to explore.
🧡 Cathedral da Sé de Sao Paulo
🧡 Sao Paulo Museum of Art
🧡 Ibirapuera Park
🧡 Mosteiro de Sao Bento
Sao Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport (GRU) serves Sao Paulo.
The currency used in Sao Paulo is the Brazilian Real.
Brasilia standard time (UTC-4) which means Sao Paulo is 4 hours behind Irish time.
Sao Paulo has a humid subtropical climate so is generally mild, with warm summers which see average temperatures of 25°C - 30°C. Winter is cooler, with temperatures ranging between 10°C - 20°C. Most of the rain falls in the summer months and no rain is typically seen between June and August.