- Mercado Municipal
The Municipal Market is one of the largest distribution centers for fruits, vegetables, fish and all sorts of local and imported goods. We will lunch on traditional mortadela sandwiches or the market’s famous fried pastries.
- Rua Vinte e Cinco de Março
Rua 25 de março is one of the most traditional commercial streets in São Paulo, lined with clothing, wares, knickknacks and trinkets galore, of all types and all prices.
- Centro de Tradições Nordestinas
The Center for Northeastern Traditions brings the Northeastern community together on weekends with regional music attractions, rustic restaurants serving the best Northeastern food, and bars named after every Northeastern state.
- Embu das Artes
Embu das Artes is an artists’ community locates outside Sao Paulo. Since 1950, local and outside artists have made Embu their home, and offer an exciting market. Additionally, this city has a rare natural beauty between the municipalities and the metropolitan region of São Paulo.
- Bairro da Liberdade
São Paulo has the largest number of Japanese living outside of Japan. The Liberdade neighborhood is the most Asian influenced section of São Paulo, and the traditional home of its Japanese population.
- MAM – Museu de Arte Moderna
The Modern Art Museum of São Paulo was founded in 1948. Situated in the Parque Ibirapuera, it is composed of two exposition rooms that present Brazilian and international, modern and contemporary art. The museum’s permanent collection, composed of about 3,700 works of modern and contemporary art, is also found in this building.
- MASP – Museu de Arte de São Paulo
The Sao Paulo Museum of Art was inaugurated on October 2, 1947. The MASP collections are varied and include works from diverse artists such as Rubens, Picasso, Degas, Warhol, Dali, Botticelli, and Portinari.
- Terraço Itália
This is the tallest building in the city, at 165 meters high, with 46 stories. It was built in the early 60's and inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II. On the 46th floor there is a restaurant, called the 'Terraço Itália', from where it is possible to see all of São Paulo.