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Sao Paulo Spotlight

3 Days FROM USD 445


Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil, with an estimated population of some 11 million, and it is the financial and industrial powerhouse of the country. Often overshadowed by Rio and Salvador as a tourist destination, Sao Paulo nonetheless has a wealth of attractions for the visitor, from world-class museums to inviting parks and iconic modern architecture, with a fascinating ethnic mix and the best cultural life in the country; and paulistanos, as the residents of Sao Paulo are known, are renowned for their hospitality.

Trip Code: BRTSSPS

Location: Brazil


On arrival, please make your way through to the Arrivals Hall where our representative will be waiting for you to transfer you to your hotel.
He/she will be holding a sign with your name on it. Please note this service is with a driver only.

Sao Paulo is the cosmopolitan capital of the state of Sao Paulo and with a population of over 20 million it is one of the most populous cities in the world. It is a melting pot of nationalities with large communities of Italians, Arabs and Japanese. Residents of Sao Paulo city are known as “paulistanos”. The city is Brazil’s financial centre and it has a rich cultural scene and interesting architecture. Iconic buildings include the 1929 Edifício Martinelli skyscraper and the neo-Gothic Metropolitan Cathedral. The colonial-style Pátio do Colégio church marks where Jesuit priests founded the city in 1554.

Today we embark on a half day tour of the city (approximately 4 hours in duration). Starting from the Oriental Neighbourhood, which contains the largest Japanese population outside of Japan, we continue downtown through Sé Square, featuring Sé Cathedral, which took 4 decades to build.

We will pass through the important financial district, centred on Paulista Avenue, and see Sao Paulo’s internationally-recognised Art Museum. We visit the Butantã Institute, famous for its study of snakes and on the way back to the hotel, we will see The Government Palace, the Morumbi soccer stadium and Ibirapeura Park with more than one million square meters of gardens. We will also have a chance to see the work of the legendary, contemporary architect, Oscar Niemeyer.

You will be collected from your hotel at the appropriate time and transferred to the airport for your onward flight.



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  • Accommodation with breakfast
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1) Only using local guides and office staff to both maximise local employment opportunities and minimise carbon footprints. Local guides also ensure you benefit from the intimate knowledge, passion and culture of the country you’re visiting.

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