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Private Tour: São Paulo City Tour
"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
From $195.00
 
Private Gastronomy Tour of São Paulo
"Meet your guide upon pickup from your hotel and begin your gastronomic tour of São Paulo by private vehicle. First visit the Municipal Market of São Paulo – known simply as Mercadão – one of the city’s most traditional gourmet markets since it opened in 1933.The Mercadão built in an eclectic industrial architectural style features gorgeous stained-glass windows by Sorgenicht Conrad Filho famous for his works in more than 300 Brazilian cathedrals. Follow your guide past stalls filled with a wide variety of foods – from fresh produce to meat poultry seafood
From $215.00
 
São Paulo Private City Tour
"Embark on a private city tour of São Paulo City. Enjoy sightseeing by executive car or a van with a knowledgeable tour guide and take a brief walk through downtown São Paulo. Choose which sights to see in the city for a fully unique and customized experience. View city landmarks like: The Pacaembu Stadium Paulista Avenue Ibirapuera Park Sé Cathedral square Pateo do Collegio Luz Station
From $82.00

More Warnings and Dangers in São Paulo

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SAO PAULO IS SAFE :)

The finantial centre around Avenida Paulista, the Jardins, Brooklyn and the main streets of the old downtown where you can visit the Cathedral of Sé, and also the japonese neighborhood of Liberdade...
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Beware of Card Cloning

Be extra vigilant when using your credit card in Brazil because card cloning is more common than you may think.NEVER lose sight of your card during a payment transaction!!!If you have to type your PIN...
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TROUBLES ARE EVERYWHERE

As I told before,the nbr of guys who got lost or feel sufocated by some kind of claustrophobia in it are huge,you need to be sure you have the shape for it,it's not easy to move inside the caves,lower...
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Motel

A motel in Brazil is not exactly a cheap hotel near a motorway, but the favourite place for illicit (ok, and licit as well) encouters.Instead of an unconfortable bed, you are quite likely to find a...
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Getting money

The ATM is probably the best way to get money in São Paulo - there are a lot of ATMs, the exchange rate on the cards are usually good and fees are not too high.But take a few precautions to make sure...
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Prices have skyrocketed: forget shopping here

A few years ago (maybe 4 years ago), you could buy a lot of clothing and shoes without spending a lot, but since the local money Real got stronger, prices have skyrocketed. It's as expensive...
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The Butanta Institute in Sao...

The Butanta Institute in Sao Paulo is one of the world's leading centers for the study of poisonous snakes. At the research center, poisonous snakes are milked of their venom for serum. Although this...
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PickPorket

Be Careful your stuff here when you are walk on the street there are pickporcket in downtown, Special care with your mobile. Dont show off your stuff.If you need information try to ask to police your...
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As indicated in the...

As indicated in the introduction - Sao Paulo is save! I lived in the city for one year, and nothing ever happened. Public transport works,and food is always good.One problem is that speaking english...
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Sao Paulo is a beautiful city,...

Sao Paulo is a beautiful city, but possibly dangerous if you’re not careful! Make sure to ask the clerk in your hotel about the surrounding neighborhood and specific dangers; do not walk alone at...
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Always have a map that you can...

Always have a map that you can use to show taxi drivers where you are trying to go. Even if you speak Portugues the problem is that Sao Paulo is so big the drivers don't know where every specific...
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Centro is not all that great...

Just be aware of surroundings, don't give money to beggars, if you want buy them food and hand it to them...look at the streets, Sao Paulo, has alot of unlight small side streets to avoid...The centro...
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Sao Paulo and 'safe' behaveiour

Yo can be easily percolated, no matter what is you dress. When you talk, do it silent and nobady won't know that you are not resident. US residenst can be easily recognised by the very selfconfident...
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Keep assemble don't go away alone

We suffered a robber in the city center of Sao Paulo. There are many old archtactures like post offfice, opera and first sky scraper standing around. We were following the guide except one of our...
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Top Hotels in São Paulo

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Alameda Santos, 2233, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01419-002, Brazil
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Avda das Nacoes Unidas 12901, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 04578-000, Brazil
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Rua Vittorio Fasano 88, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01414-020, Brazil
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Avenida Brigadeiro Luis Antonio 4700, Jardim Paulista, Sao Paulo, 01402-002, Brazil
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Rua Oscar Freire 384, Jardins, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 01426-000, Brazil
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Avenida das Nacoes Unidas 13301, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 04578-000, Brazil
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Top Things to Do in São Paulo

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Avenida Paulista

Sao Paulo is a huge city and a bit chaotic. But the Avenida Paulista is something as well as the order in the chaos. Nerve center and financial, accumulates offices and shopping malls. Full of life...
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Beaches

Santos is a very interesting place that I got to go 2 when I went to Brasil. Not too far from Sao Paulo and recommended if you can't make it 2 Rio (which I couldn't). Pros: Shopping areas close by,...
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Parque Ibirapuera

Designed in 1954, but built only in 2005, Auditório Ibirapuera is the work of the famous architect Oscar Niemeyer. The ultra-modern music hall is considered one of the best venues for concerts in São...
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Liberdade - Japan in São Paulo

Liberdade District in Sao Paolo is home to a large number of Japanese (the largest single group outside of Japan). You can buy all sorts of snacks and authentic Japanese gifts in the many stores....
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Museu de Arte de São Paulo

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...
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Catedral da Sé

So this beautiful cathedral stands on a square, but seems to be completely disconnected from it. The square is inhabited by drugs addicts, who hold their own church services OUTSIDE the church, while...
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Top 5 São Paulo Writers

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schurlif

"Short glimpses at São Paulo , my place....."
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RafaelTheSecond

"SÃO PAULO - SAMPA - MY BIG URBAN SHELTER"
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Elainehead

"Cidade da Garoa"
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Lady_Disdain

"Who am I to give advice?"
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MM212

"São Paulo"
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