Holiday Inn Express Sumare Ave

Rua Doutor Homem De Melo, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 05007-002, Brazil
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going from Sao Paulo to Iguazo Falls

by jerrybarach

What is the best way to get from Sao Paulo to the Iguazu Falls? Can one go on his own by bus or plane without a tour and is it a problem to go by oneself from the Brazilian to the Argentinian side? How long is the bus trip? Does one need two days or is one day enough to get to the falls from Sao Paulo and back again? Thanks in advance for any advice.

Re: going from Sao Paulo to Iguazo Falls

by cassiovieggore

I don't know how many days you will stay in Brazil...
But bus travel from São Paulo to Foz do Iguaçu is the best transportation for tourists. Pluma is a international bus company that serves fine both cities:

By road you may enjoy many sightseeings instead of airways. São Paulo is 1010Km far from Foz do Iguaçu, or around l,5 day long to be seated in coach trip.
There is no problem in passing crossing border to watch the falls. However the spanish/portuguese fluency shall be important in dealings. Spending two days in Foz do Iguaçu is enough.

Re: going from Sao Paulo to Iguazo Falls

by cochinjew

It is better to fly from SP to Foz. lots of flights and can get good deals on them.
the brasilian side to me is the more fantastic side, but you should see both sides of the foz. the brasilian side is a city, the argentine side is a quiet town. good eating on both sides.
I would allott two days for the falls.. in fact you could leave very early in the morning from SP and spend the day on one side, the other on the other side and get back to SP on the second day late evening, if you are pressed for time.

Re: going from Sao Paulo to Iguazo Falls

by bahiana77

Fly from S.P. to Foz, if you can afford it. Use the time you'd might spend on the bus elsewhere, seeing more of Brazil.
As to getting around once there. there is a public bus that runs from the town to the park. This is true of the towns/park on both sides (Brazil and Argentina). Each bus goes past the respective airport. There is another bus that connects the two towns. It passes through passport control at the border.

Re: going from Sao Paulo to Iguazo Falls

by devzan_45

I stayed at Bombu hostel in Brazillian side where one can take a 1 day bus tour to Argentina side to see the falls. They also have their hostel at Argentina side.I found it hassle-free and reasonable.

Travel Tips for São Paulo

Street crossing in São Paulo - an adventure sport

by Lady_Disdain

White stripes look nice against the black pavement, don't they? At least, I hope so, because pedestrian crossings are no more than decorative in this city!

Cars do not stop for pedestrians. In theory, people should wait for the stop light, and then cross the street. In practice, paulistanos will dash between the cars with great courage, specially near Av. Paulista.


by janaina

Petar trip group,some of these friends are in the geology school in my university,what made them a real guides (oops,it was their first time there as well!!)
This picture was taken inthe exit of " DO COUTO " cavern.

Ocean Air Shuttle between CGH & GRU

by BoaViagem

For $58R's One Way you can take an AIR-Shuttle between GRU-International into CGH (Downtown Airport) on Ocean Air (Which also serves many other cities say like Macae)


This is much faster and easier than the bus PLUS NO traffic problems to deal with.
Limited Schedules.

Boa Viagem!


by DrLeoLocke about Fogo de Chão

this is the greatest brazilian churrascaria ever!!in my can´t miss it when visiting São Paulo...they have a lot of meats,well prepared

A nice place,with goos reception and good food Picanha with Hortelã !
Anchu steak


by schurlif

Yes , that's how simple a "what to do " tip for São Paulo can be ...

Take a walk and look at the architectural styles of the cities buildings... Could be the neoclassic or mediterranean style residence highrises or steel and glass office or hotel highrises in the Jardins , the slightly run down inner city buildings from the 1950's or earlier ( you should walk into one of these buildings and take the elevator , just to see those marvels of past times.... ) or the small houses , mostly also run down , in "poorer" neighborhoods like the ones in these pictures ( btw , near or in the Bras district ). These houses used to belong to middle class families in the 1930's and 1940's , but with the rapid expansion of the city and growth of its population and also the unfortunate arrival of pandemic , violent crime , many middle class families opted to sell their houses and move into the "modern new and safe" residential highrises , leaving these houses to economically poorer classes which meant a decline in safety , upkeeping , and living quality in the whole district.
Here are just a few examples of places you might see..... These houses are not atypical at all....


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Address: Rua Doutor Homem De Melo, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 05007-002, Brazil