Mercure Apartments Sao Paulo Moema

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Av Lavandisca, 365, Moema, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 04515-010, Brazil
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Traveling to Sao Paulo..any tips?

by vanillalatina

My family and I are traveling to Santiago, Chile. But we have a lay over in Sao Paulo, we will be there for six hours (from 12:00pm to 6:30pm). We would like to see as much as we could in that time. But we would like info about it, if we should even leave the airport for that short of time? What customs is like? and what is near the airport that we could see or do? Any info will be much appreciated.
Thank You

Re: Traveling to Sao Paulo..any tips?

by bahiana77

You probably won't have time to go into the city and still make it back to check in for your next flight. If other international flights arrive at the same time as yours, the passport control line can be long (maybe an hour +). Then you have to pick up your bags (your first exposure to the Brazilian 'jeito' of working), have the bags x-rayed, possibly inspected and finally get out into the airport. Traffic can be very heavy sometimes (depending on weather and other factors) into the city, taking up to two hours. There is a mall nearby in Guarulhos that you could reach by taxi and a couple of hotels that may have a pool where you could relax (and airport shuttle service?).

Re: Traveling to Sao Paulo..any tips?

by alza

bookmarking for my trip to Brazil.
tks bahiana, that helped me to start planning. :) Axé!

Re: Traveling to Sao Paulo..any tips?

by Porteno

Since you did not fill out your profile not sure where you are traveling from but if you are from the USA or any of the other countries that Brazil requires a Visa then you would not be allowed to leave the transit area without one. And would be a fairly expensive addition just to leave the airport for a couple of hours.

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Re: Traveling to Sao Paulo..any tips?

by bahiana77

Good point.

Re: Traveling to Sao Paulo..any tips?

by cassiovieggore

I am pasteing a link concerned in Guarulhos's airport hotel. Swimming pool, tennis, fitnes center, heliport, sauna, snooker pool, checkerboard, are some pastime at the hotel:

http://www.deville.com.br/nossos_hoteis/deville_marriott_lc.asp

Cassiovieggore

Travel Tips for São Paulo

Well São Paulo is the...

by Luanasampa

Well São Paulo is the destination of the business tourism in South America.Here you will find one of the best italians,japaneses restaurant all because the biggest community of both are located here.
(add more info soon) The picture above is from Ibirapuera Park with an area of 1.6 million m2, this is one of the most visited park of São Paulo. It is the result of one of the first great projects of the brazilian architect Oscar Neimeyer and the landscapist Burle Marx, Ibirapuera exceeds the concept of a mere park. There, it is installed the building of 'Bienal' and the Data Processing Company of São Paulo City (PRODAM), in addition to Planetarium, Obelisco, Monumento das Bandeiras, The Folklore Museum and the Museum of Aeronautics.
The park is intersected by paved streets and gathers four lakes interchanged by channels, cooper tracks, multi-sports courts, dog training, snack bars, playgrounds and areas of infantile recreation. There is still a large arboretum and a Japanese pavillion, with a replic of the Imperial palace of Kyoto. In addition to leisure equipment, Ibirapuera park counts on a first-aid ambulatory and public telephones.

CANADIANS IN SÃO PAULO STATE

by RafaelTheSecond

Two English Canadians and one not so much canadian, more canadian in the heart than a raised and born canadian. but I am brazilian everybody knows that and I love this country and my duty here is showing our ebst surprises to friends like Mike and his BEAUTIFUL daughter Robyn.

Mike must be right now in his office in Ottawa and Robyn studying in Buenos Aires, but very soon they will be together in my pleasant Ontario's city Pakenham!

We were in Boraceia, a beach in the city of Bertioga, very off the beaten place for visitors!

It is in our way to paraty in Mike's first day in Brazil!;)

My quebec friends will love the picture, I wonder why!

February 20th, 2005

Unfortunately, I can't come up...

by TWINE

Unfortunately, I can't come up with a big list. Due to the language problem and the fact that I was NEVER introduced to some nice and interestingly spots by the brazilians around me (so much for brazilian hospitality; but I think it is a specific problem of Sao Paulo), I can only point out to irish bars - O'Malley's and Finnegan's Pub.
People speak english there, so you can finally talk to someone. Any dress will do.

Because of the hectic schedule...

by Aussie666

Because of the hectic schedule I was only able to go out with our local business partners once at night (the rest was brought in) and it was to Figueira. Named after the famous giant old tree which the resturant is built around. You can sit under the tree (the branches are three feet around and extend out 50 feet) which is an open canopy setting or sit inside.
It's upscale but not too pricey. Dinner for three with drinks (mostly me) was about $150 US. Oh and it's very busy, everynight with the local affluents. If you're on Brasilian time you don't venture out to forrage until after 8:00 pm. So make a reservation. The filet was great! It has a open BBQ pit (not all you can eat though) and the aroma is fantastic. Brasilian beef is amongst the purist in the world. They salt it heavily though but nothing a fresh Caipirinha can fix.

CARNAL PLEASURES.......

by schurlif about CHURRASCARIA PRAZERES DA CARNE

I discovered this sinfully heavenly paradise for the pampered palate three days ago, by accident....

We just wanted to eat "something", that's what we told the taxi driver and this is where he took us.... Prazeres da carne , Pleasures of the meat , but in double meaning, Carnal Pleasures or Carnal Knowledge.....

It's one of the 5 star churrascarias with all the offer you can possibly imagine , let alone swallow....

Superb big, whole, boiled shrimps; squid carpaccio, delicately seasoned; sushi, sashimi, houmus, babagamouche.... various original seafood plates, paella, squid, octopus, fresh oysters.... salads, mushrooms, asparagus, artichoke hearts , normal potatoes, sweet potatoes, fried potatoes, mandioc, polenta, differently prepared rice choices and so on and so on.....

Seated at the table the meats come flying your way once you put the little round gadget with the green side up before you... ( the other side is red when you want to eat undisturbed for a while....)

All the meat goodies like Picanha, Fraldinha, Cupim, Alcatra, Maminha, Filet Mignon from Argentinia....Chicken, chickenhearts, turkey, pheasant... Suckling piggie, pork chops, pork ribs, spicy sausages, blood sausages .... And these are just SOME examples of what you get served here.... Without any kidding, every single item tasted wonderfully.... I personally enjoyed most the seasoned squid carpaccio, the salmon sashimi, the houmus, the suckling piggy and the blood sausage....

All I can say : You want to pamper your palate , get a real, I mean, a REAL good meal, this is the place....

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