São Paulo Sports & Outdoors

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    Futbol Satdium in Santos

    by Anne-Charlotte Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    I went here when there weren't any games going on however it was still very cool 2 C. There is a museum for the team below an area of the stadium and most of it is a tribute to Pele who played here for part of his career.
    Pros: Cool museum, great stadium.
    Cons: Beyond looking around at the different parts of the museum and stadium there isn't a whole lot to do unless there is a game going on, although there is still a gift shop you can visit if you choose to.

    Stadium @ Santos

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    Ride a bike!

    by toni23 Written Feb 17, 2008

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    I love ride a bike here in São Paulo. There are some parks that you can ride and enjoy your travel here.

    Villa Lobos Park is a very nice park to ride a bike, walking, read a book.

    Equipment: You can rent a bike.

    Related to:
    • Family Travel
    • Hiking and Walking

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    Running in Ibirapuera

    by Lady_Disdain Written Jul 17, 2006

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    Ibirapuera Park is one of the favourite places to run in São Paulo.

    The favourite times are in the early morning, before work, or in the evenings, after work.

    It is well policed, has changing rooms and is well lit.


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    Amazing experience for soccer fanatics!

    by fmekhitarian Written Apr 10, 2006

    This is a memorable and historic soccer stadium. It is home to Brazil's best soccer team,Sport Club Corinthians Paulista,or just Corinthians. Tickets range from R$ 10.00 to around R$40.00 (or U$5.00 to be in the middle of the Gavioes da Fiel,Corinthians' fanatical supporters, to U$ 20.00 for numbered seats) . It is an experience you will NEVER forget. Just the rythmic chants (gritos de guerra) of the fanatics on the northwestern side of the stands will shock you. It is truly beautiful. Don't be vulnerable in wearing expensive clothing and jewlery (there are people of all social classes that go to matches ranging from lower class,or o povo, to higher classed people.
    Concluding,it is all beautiful and most of all ,fun. A very important part of Brazilian culture.

    Equipment: Dress very casual,do not bring bookbags because they won't allow you to enter the stadium. Also do bring in flags with flag posts ,which they'll be selling outside the stadium as well. The reason you can't bring flags with flag posts in soccer stadiums in the state of Sao Paulo is because before,fanatical supporters would sometimes bring homemade bombs,weapons, and even drugs to sell during matches.

    Aerial View Entrance Square During a Corinthians match! Madness!! Coriiiiinthians!! Coriiiiinthians!! During anothes match!

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    by SportsAoVivo Updated Jan 25, 2006

    Hi Guys,

    I´ve got a service that provides:

    The best or customized tickets, security, transportation, snacks and drinks in
    the Vans, and the price is pretty fair. Wishing any information please feels
    free to ask me...


    Related to:
    • Singles
    • Budget Travel
    • Business Travel

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  • Squash, Sailing and Boating

    by Valderez Written Oct 4, 2002

    Here in São Paulo we have The Guarapiranga lake, there is a spetacular sailing place.

    We have some clubs near there, and I like Clube Indiano.

    This club has all of sports kinds, like tennis, squash, futboll, snooker, voley, basket, etc...

    I prefer nautical kinds,

    Equipment: If you will be here, try to know there

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    by JohnnySpangles Written Sep 24, 2002

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    Go do it. Games are played at the municipal stadiums like the Pacembau.

    Equipment: Check out the web for fixtures. Turn up on the day. Tickets are about £8 for premier league games. Shows how much we get ripped off in the UK!


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