Private Layover Santos Port Tour of São Paulo City
"Your guide will pick you up by private vehicle from the port of Santos and drive you to downtown São Paulo (approx 80kms) for a brief historical walking tour. See the sight where the city was founded in 1554 at the Pátio do Colégio a historical Jesuit mission church and school. Stop at the famous Catedral da Sé (Cathedral of Sé) a neo-gothic building from the 20th century which holds up to 8000 people. Afterwards continue your scenic tour of São Paulo by private vehicle passing by the Monastery of Sao Bento a historical sight belonging to the Benedictines
"The workshop will start with a pick-up then transportation to the Municipal Market to taste some of the famous delicacies of the place. The group along with the chef will purchase the ingredients to prepare the special menu that our chef has created specially. The space will be exclusive with music and the workshop structure aims to make guests feel special on their visit to São Paulo!The proposed itinerary is as follows: 10:00am to 11:00am – Pick-up at hotels located in São Paulo to visit Municipal Marked to buy some of the ing"""This small-group workshop sets to discover Brazilian flavors. Participants will join the chef to buy prepare and taste the special menu. Visit the Municipal Market
"A three-hour tour is an ideal way to get a taste of this vast city in just a little bit of time. But if you’ve got an extra two hours you can upgrade your tour to include a few additional stops – including markets and neighborhoods – on your sightseeing tour of São Paulo! (See the Itinerary below for more details.)Your guide will pick you up by private vehicle from your hotel a a historical Jesuit mission church and school. Stop at the famous Catedral da Sé (Cathedral of Sé) a neo-gothic building from the 20th century which holds up to 8000 people.Afterwards continue your scenic tour of São Paulo by private vehicle passing by the Monastery of Sao Bento
Officially called Pavilhão Lucas Nogueira Garcez, this spherical structure hosts temporary art shows and exhibitions. After it was built in 1954, it became a museum for a while before being converted...
If you visit the museum MASP on a Sunday, you can also visit the outdoors antique market right under the museum.
On the other side of the street you'll fins a handcraft market, food, beverages and ice...