Plaza Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Av. Sao Joao 407, Centro, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Costs 67% less but rated 79% lower than other 2 star hotels

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  • Families42
  • Couples50
  • Solo42
  • Business15

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Forum Posts

Portuguese classes in SP

by 1princess

Im staying in Embu but need to start some portuguese classes somewhere in the city, I am new only been here one week so if anyone can help me locate some inexpensive classes in Sp that will be awesome.I do speak some protuguese Im really looking to improve my level. I can speak fairly well and understand practically everything.ANY help is appreciated, obrigada! Please send info to princess13ga@hotmail.com

Re: Portuguese classes in SP

by bahiana77

You can do a search on this topic on the forum of the expat site www.gringoes.com . Lots of good info for folks who've moved to Brazil.

Re: Portuguese classes in SP

by Kakapo2

I made a Portuguese course at the Alumni language school some years ago. I think they have several branches but I was at the school in the city centre, and had one to one classes. I thought the rates were very reasonable, compared to other language schools I had checked out at the time. With one to one you you can start exactly at the level where you are and profit most. I, for example, had a teacher who only spoke Portuguese with me, and had Spanish as a second language because I already spoke Spanish at the time, so comparing Spanish and Portuguese grammar was the fastest way to learn many things that were similar.

Re: Portuguese classes in SP

by 1princess

Thank you Ill check it out as I also speak spanish already

Travel Tips for São Paulo

Walk along Avenida Paulista

by Elainehead

I used to walk a lot along this avenue. There are museums, restaurants, shopping malls, movie theaters, subway stations, and even a small park along its way between high buildings. Having an ice-cream next to Parque Trianon on a Sunday afternoon.

Unfortunately, it is easy to...

by TWINE

Unfortunately, it is easy to get some information about SP city, but it is hard to know what possibilities you have in SP state. I was digging a little bit, an in principle you have nice outdoor activities within SP state. For example, PETAR has a unique system of caves, and Brotas is 'the' place for rafting, hikking, horse riding etc. Mountains and beaches are in reach, so if you come to the city, try to see something around the city.

Sao Paulo is one of the...

by mmanchack

Sao Paulo is one of the largest cities in the world, so pedestrians don’t typically get very far. However, I’ve never seen more cars or more one-way, confusing streets than in Sao Paulo. If you can, I would highly recommend hiring a driver for your time in Sao Paulo (we did and it was WONDERFUL; see Joao in the photo). Buses and taxis might also be recommendable, but might get expensive. And don't forget the metro!

Best Sushi Outside Japan

by xuxaBR about Nakombi - Japanese

The search for great Japanese food may just end in Brazil. Sao Paulo have the world's largest Japanese population outside Japan. Liberdade is a county in down-town Sao Paulo with the best Japanese restaurants and for a fraction of you may pay in the motherland. Nakombi is one of them. At Nakombi you can taste the best Sushi outside Japan... There are many others as good as this one…In Sao Paulo there will be no lack of choices for an excellent meal! The Sushi is excellent but other dishes are equally good.
Yakisoba is my favorite Japanese dish. Simply put, it's just fried noodles with a special kind of sauce and some meat and vegetables
Their presentation is great!

If your visiting Sao Paulo and enjoy Japanese food, don't miss this one!

visit simba safari park

by hanspeter_W.

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Simba Safari Park

Also in Agua Funda is the Simba Safari Park. Visitors can drive through the park in their own cars and observe lions, zebras, bears and other African animals roaming in freedom.

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