Sao Paulo is the world's third largest city and the largest in South America. With over 10 million inhabitants is the the world's fifth most populous metropolitan area. Sao Paulo is known for being Brazil’s cosmopolitan city. There are various cultures that call Sao Paulo home, and many well-designed skyscrapers lend to the city’s vibrancy.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO Being one of the biggest cities in the world, it is necessary to have a car to get around. Plan to take cabs or rent a vehicle. The weather is unpredictable. One day it might be hot and sunny and the next it could be windy and rainy. The temperatures don't hit extremes, however, and stay mostly between 60s and 80s.
Visit the Jardins district, which is said to be the center of the dining scene, and thus the center of the Sao Paulo social scene. Sao Paulo has two of the world’s finest zoos; and a few hours away the coastline is filled with beautiful beaches. The Ipiranga Museum and Villa Lobos park are also worth visiting. The nightlife is plentiful in Sao Paulo, so check with your concierge to find out where the best clubs are for you and your party. Most are located in the Itaim neighborhood.
Museo de Arte de São Paulo – this museum has thousands of exhibits.
Parque Ibirapuera- Sao Paulo’s "Central Park"--it has beautiful landscaping,museums, a planetarium, the Legislative Assembly, and a monument to the Bandeirantes.