São Paulo

The largest city in South America, Sao Paulo’s cuisine and art is as multinational as its diverse population of 10 million. With the restaurants of the Jardins district serving every food imaginable to diners from around the world, you wouldn’t be out of place going to Sao Paulo just for the dining. But you’d be missing out on world-class museums, diverse and vibrant neighborhood tours, and crazy-good shopping.

Renault Theatre – The Phantom of the Opera

O palco dos maiores espetáculos da Broadway no Brasil é um ícone de São Paulo. Tombado pelo patrimônio histórico, o Teatro Renault é um dos endereços mais elegantes da cidade e oferece estrutura completa para todos os tamanhos de evento. O Fantasma da Ópera é o musical há mais tempo em cartaz na Broadway: 30 anos de sucesso absoluto em mais de 12 mil apresentações. A produção já...

Parque Ecologico do Tiete

PET (Tietê Ecological Park) has an area of 14 million m²: PET was inaugurated on 03/14/1982. The initiative was created with the objective of preserving the Tietê river and some of its floodplains, as well as providing a leisure area for the population of the Metropolitan Region of São Paulo. The core has more than 9 km of trails, gym, picnic areas and barbecue. In addition to a library and a...

Teatro Porto Seguro

Porto Seguro Theater, with the aim of encouraging Brazilian culture, inaugurated Porto Seguro Theater in May 2015. Located in the central region of the Champs Elysees, the theater has a total area of ​​4,100m² with a capacity of 496 seats, on-site parking and a gourmet coffee shop inside a Cultural Complex. The program is eclectic and dialogues with all audiences and trends, such as plays,...

Catavento Cultural e Educacional

Located in a Victorian-era structure reminiscent of Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, Catavento Cultural is chock-full of interactive, hands-on exhibits and educational activities for children. Subjects covered include space, wildlife, geography, the human body and society. They are presented in action-filled, engaging fashion for the little ones. The surrounding neighborhood can be a bit...

Instituto Moreira Salles – IMS Paulista

Consolidating its presence in São Paulo, the most important cultural scene in Brazil, IMS opened its new address in September 2017: 2424 Paulista Avenue, sprawling over seven double-height stories. In addition to the exhibitions spaces, with over 1,200 sq. mts., IMS Paulista also offers a cine-theater – for film screenings, musical events, lectures and debates –, a photography library,...

Corinthians Arena

The Corinthians Arena was inaugurated in May 2014. Built for the World Cup, the Sport Club Corinthians Paulista stadium hosted the opening ceremony and 6 games of the main soccer competition on the planet. In 2016, it returned to be host of international games, receiving 10 matches of the soccer tournament of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. The Corinthians home hosts the official club games, social...

Municipal Market of Sao Paulo

Housed in a stunning example of eclectic industrial architecture, the Mercado Municipal de São Paulo — nicknamed the Mercadão — has thousands of food items on offer, literally from soup to nuts. Lush tropical and temperate fruits from every season, choice cuts of meats and fish, and hearty prepared foods,such as the renowned and enormous mortadella (bologna) sandwich, complete the market's...

Parque Ibirapuera

The emerald heart of an oftentimes gray city, São Paulo's Parque do Ibirapuera offers respite from the urban madness among cool, shady trees and mentally-stimulating structures. Running trails, bike paths, and yoga and capoeira sessions let locals and visitors alike keep fit, while a clutch of museums and galleries — such as the museums of Modern and Contemporary Art, all designed by master...