São Paulo Off The Beaten Path

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  • 1. Tiete river banks and other parks

    The Tiete River bank Park is great - wonderful trails, good picnic and barbecue areas, there is even row boats for rental. However, the Tiete River is very polluted and during hot, dry periods the...

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  • 2. Ocean beaches

    If you are in town, you can take a car and in less than two hours you are in the sea, and Praia Grande is one of the most popular holiday destinations for the Paulistanos. It is not the most beautiful...

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  • 3. Petar caves

    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...

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  • 4. Campos do Jordao

    CAMPOS DO JORDÃO. It is a small leisure city in the Mantiqueira mountains, 2,000 meters above sea level. This city has a cold, dry, very pleasant European-style climate. DISTANCES: 167 km from the...

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  • 5. watch guarapiranga

    In the year of 1906, for increase the generation of energy, the company decided to build in the region of Holy Amaro an artificial lake, that would stay...

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  • 6. Salve Jorge Bar in Downtown

    Salve Jorge is a bar with nostalgic atmosphere. It´s decoration has lots of antique objects and beverage bottles which don´t exist anymore. There´re photographs...

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  • 7. Edificio Ramos de Azevedo

    This fabulous building was projected by the famous architecte Ramos de Azevedo to expand São Paulo University activities in 1907, when electrical and mechanical...

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  • 8. OUR PILGRIMAGE CENTRE - APARECIDA DO NORTE

    Since I moved to Rio I started to travel alot in the region...I live in the south east of the country so taking a car with Rafa and visit his relatives is not...

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  • 9. Parque da Luz

    This is the first public park in São Paulo. It used to be a bothanical garden and in the past families used to meet there and listen to orchest music on...

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  • 10. MY FRIENDS IN MOGI DAS CRUZES

    People jump with handglyders of course from the top of the hill. We were on the top of Urubu Mountain. Urubu means voitures, and these are the people I first...

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  • 11. MORRO DO URUBU - MOGI DAS CRUZES

    This is my first picture after I came back to Brazil from my canadian journey and after more than 12 hours flying, and I went to the top of the highiest...

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  • 12. ON THE ROAD AGAIN :)

    RAFAEL'S MOTHER BUYS BANANA...HEADLINES IN THE PAPERS IN A CERTAIN MORNING IN SÃO PAULO :))))This is what I mostly like when I travel, those stops in the road,...

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  • 13. Jump off a bridge onto Avenida Sumare!

    Actually, "jump" is not the technical word to use...I believe rockclimbers call it "rappel"For over 10 years, rockclimbers and their families have rappelled off...

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  • 14. A CATHOLIC CENTRE IN BRAZIL

    The State of São Paulo holds the World's Second Basilica, located in Aparacida do Norte, very interesting little town in the edge of Paraiba River, one of the...

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  • 15. THE SECOND WORLD'S BIGGEST BASILICA

    It is not in the city of São Paulo, it is part of the State, 3 hours going south close to the states limits between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. It was made in...

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  • 16. Leaving the big city

    After the hustle and bustle of the big city,(one of the biggest in the world) It feels good to leave the city and find the endless greenery and the mountains...

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  • 17. Republica Air Open Market

    Nice place to walk on sundays in downtown , the Placa da Republica( Republic square) is open air market that you can find nice things to see and buy:-...

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  • 18. Sunday Arts & Crafts Market in Embu

    Every Sunday from the morning through the afternoon there is a fabulous arts and crafts market held in Embu, a few miles outside Sao Paolo. The atmosphere is...

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  • 19. Eco-tourism in Guarapiranga dam

    The Guarapiranga dam (Represa Guarapiranga) is located on the south of the city of São Paulo. It is responsible for approximately 20% of the water supply of the...

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  • 20. Immigrants Museum

    For those interested in railroad equipment, the Immigrants Museum has a number of interesting items on its property.Those items include two wood burning steam...

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  • 21. MARQUISE DE SANTOS HOUSE

    This incredible house(in & out!!),has its built date unknown,but,according to the architecture style some believes it remains from the XVIII's.In 1834,Dona...

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  • 22. VIEWS YOU WILL PROBABLY DON'T PAY ATTETION

    Visiting a megacity as Sao Paulo will probably make you cross the streets in an automatically way,running to your business meeting(usually tourism in Sao Paulo...

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  • 23. Chinatown, Sao Paulo. What...

    Chinatown, Sao Paulo. What I've heard is that its over a million chinese people living in this part of the city. The influence is obvious. Not exactly what I...

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  • 24. Liberdade - the brazilian...

    Liberdade - the brazilian japan. Sao Paulo is a festival of different cultures as you'll notice while you walk down the streets. The Liberdade neighbourhood,...

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  • 25. Don't miss the Carnaval( Rio's...

    Don't miss the Carnaval( Rio's and São Paulo's competitions are on different days, so you can see both!)And the New Year Celebration in Paulista Avenue, over...

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