The Masp museum is very famous in São Paulo mainly because of its historical importance. The building is a city's postcard where an interesting exhibition can be found and appreciated by all. On Sundays, under the building you will get delighted with an open air market where people sell valued household antiquities where you can stroll around, buy stunning objects and have a great meal nearby. Moreover, you will love to walk inside Trianon Park, just across the street. We hope you enjoy it!
Ibirapuera Park is an ideal place for jogging, resting, reading a book under a beautiful tree and also having a picnic either with your friends or with your family. Musical concerts take place in the park at its beautiful and large auditorium.
The Municipal market is a very unique experience where you will be able to see and buy all different fruits, cereals, meats and food worlwide. This historical place was built between 1928 and 1933. If you happen to visit it, try a very traditional mortadela sandwich. It is really worthy it!
São Paulo has the largest Japanese community outside Japan. The Liberdade Street is an open market where you can observe and live the Japanese culture wherever you look at. This is a great place where you can buy typical Japanese clothes, souvenirs and taste some very typical food.
This great museum is dedicated to the footbal sport and not to a team specifically. The Pacaembu stadium is a historical patrimony. If you enjoy this sport, you will love the timeline connecting the football and its history. It is worth joining a group to watch a live match.
Sala São Paulo is a place apreciated by those who love musical concerts and architeture. The building is a beautiful historical landmark in São Paulo city.