Estado de São Paulo Transportation

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Estado de São Paulo Transportation

  • Bus station (Rodoviaria Tiete)

    São Paulo Transportation

    As soon as you arrive in Sao Paolo you realise just how huge the city is by the bus station: over 100 bays! As Rio is close there are numerous buses running there (every 15 mins at peak times) and to other cities in Brazil. You can buy tickets at the bus station from a number of agencies. The roads here in the south are very good although the price...

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  • Airports

    São Paulo Transportation

    Taxis are easy to find at Guarulhos airport as the taxi desks are located outside of each terminal, however be aware that only one taxi company is based at the airport and the lack of competition means the level of service is not always great. Also, be aware that for some reason not all international credit cards work at all establishments in...

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  • Metro

    São Paulo Transportation

    Don't be afraid to use the subway in sao paulo, it is very clean, efficient, safe and the stations are easy to find. at workdays a train runs every 90 seconds. the only problem is that the stations (and trains) may get pretty full at rush hours (3,5 million passengers every day), it is unconfortably full but just that, nothing to be afraid...

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  • Taxi, cars - own or hired

    São Paulo Transportation

    Within the terminal itself there are no transportation desks at Sao Paulo Guarulhos airport, all transport links are located outside the terminal. Most likely the first transport option you will come across is the main airport taxi company offering journeys in a standard taxi with, unless you're lucky, reasonably unhelpful drivers. This company has...

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  • Roads

    The main roads in São Paulo are usually very good - with at least two lanes in each direction, emergency phones and services. But they are not pitoresque or particularly beautiful.For a more scenic route, the secondary roads are a better choice. Great scenery and roadside stands selling fresh fruit, sugar cane juice (an acquired taste for some, as...

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  • Moving around

    You can get to anywhere in São Paulo state by bus.The buses are, generally, good quality, frequent and reliable. They leave from terminal Tiete or Barra Funda in São Paulo City, where you can buy your tickets (usually just before you leave, except on major holidays).Most places take around 2 or 3 hours, although the furthest areas may be more than...

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  • A bus ride in Sao Paulo

    Only one price to anywhere in SP,the buses are not all that quite but comfortable..Here a pleasant bus ride with a pleasant little girl and pretty dimples.

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