Paulista Avenue

It started in 1929 and lasted into the twenty-first century as a representation of the epicenter of Sao Paulo's political and economic strength.

Neo Quimica Arena

The tenth biggest stadium in Brazil, Neo Quimica Arena is a sports venue with 49,205 seats that is situated in Sao Paulo.

Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo

A visual arts museum, Pinacoteca has placed a focus on Brazilian creation from the eighteenth century. It is a property of the State Secretariat of Culture in Sao Paulo.

Parque Ibirapuera

With its expansive space for recreation, running, and strolling, the park is frequently listed as one of the liveliest and most photographed parks in the world.

Museu do Futebol

The Football Museum is a place in Sao Paulo, that is devoted to a variety of topics related to the history, culture, and oddities of football in Brazil and throughout the world.

Allianz Parque

Up to 55,000 spectators may enjoy football games, concerts, dining, and shopping at Allianz Parque, one of the world's most advanced multi-functional stadiums.

Municipal Market of Sao Paulo

The Mercado Municipal de Sao Paulo, sometimes referred to as Mercado, is home to hundreds of culinary items from across the globe, including fruits, meats, seafood, soups, and nuts.


Liberdade was a location set aside for the execution of slaves and criminals and was once known as Campo da Forca (Field of the Gallows) until the late 19th century.

Jardim Botânico de São Paulo

The renowned botanist Friedrich Carlos Hohen founded the Jardim Botanico de Sao Paulo Botanic Garden in 1928.

Batman Alley

Batman's Alley, a lengthy row of tall-walled homes in Villa Madalena, is home to some of the best spray-painted murals in the country.

Mirante Sesc Paulista

A high-profile site is Cesc Mirante Paulista, which is situated on Avenida Paulista. A cafe with excellent rates and a 360-degree view of Sao Paulo is located on the rooftop.