InterContinental Sao Paulo
Start your day with a delicious breakfast at Tarsila Restaurant, where you can taste carefully selected tropical fruits, bread and natural juices to provide you energy to enjoy your day in São Paulo. If you want to have an offbeat experience, you can also get surprised with the amazing Japanese breakfast Buffet.São Paulo is a bustling city, so as a way to ease you in, enjoy a walk through the beautiful Ibirapuera Park, and besides enjoying the nature you can also visit MAM (Museum of Modern Art) or crossing a bridge you can easily arrive at MAC (Museum of Contemporary Art).
Start your afternoon tasting the Brazilian Flavors at the Municipal Market; there you can try northeastern fruits and a lot of exotic fruits coming from Asia. Don’t miss out the opportunity to have the very famous Mortadela Sandwich at “Bar do Mané” a bar attraction open since 1933. Once you have your energy back, it is time to walk through Oscar Freire Street and its surrounding area; it is like diving into the fashion universe. Even if shopping is not your intention, the diversity of trends and styles make the ride in this pleasant area a unique experience.
São Paulo is very famous for its gastronomy. Once it is a multicultural city you can easily find restaurants with tastes from all over the world. Our Concierge team is at your service to recommend you a very traditional Brazilian restaurant, or a genuine Japanese restaurant or any awarded International Restaurant you may want to experience. After having a lovely dinner we suggest you to visit Vila Madalena, a well-known bohemian neighborhood where you may find alluring spots to feel the Brazilian atmosphere.
Capital of Gastronomy
São Paulo is widely recognized as an international capital of gastronomy. The city holds incredible restaurants from all cultures and nations where you can enjoy some delectable dishes. Our concierge team, members of Les Clefs d'Or, will be very glad to help you choose the right spot to go to.
São Paulo has the biggest Japanese community in the world outside Japan. The Japanese neighborhood is quite close to the hotel and it has an open air market on Sundays, very interesting to visit.
São Paulo is known as the "Rainy City" because in the old days it used to rain every day at the same time. Nowadays, it has changed, but the nickname is still popular in famous national songs.
São Paulo Municipal Market
Twenty-five thousand people visit the São Paulo Municipal Market per day.
A thousand unities of salami sandwiches are sold per day at the Municipal market.