São Paulo is the most populous city in Brazil, besides being its main economic, financial and commercial center.
With a great cultural wealth, São Paulo is where more art exhibitions happens and a endless agenda, full of places to visit and exhibits to see. Along with culture, also the nightlife of the city makes it one of the major points of tourist attraction.
So here are our tips to the perfect journey!
Hotels and Resorts
A charming hotel that offers all the comfort and well-being to those who visit. It has one of the best restaurants, the restaurant Fasano, considered the best of Italian cuisine in South America, plus a Spa offering the best treatments and massages. Ideal for relaxing.
The ideal combination of design, art, architecture and excellent service and care. A visually stunning hotel, hiding inside the comfort and luxury of the most luxurious hotels.
A unique gallery that brings together the most exotic of which exists in the art pottery and art Surui with weaving, seed and down the Ashaninka people. The ideal place to learn and discover different cultures.
Founded in 1988, is one of the most respected galleries in relation to contemporary art and differs from the other bets on emerging artists, encouraging new talent.
With the objective of making people’s lives more comfortable and enjoyable, the Decameron furniture develops exclusively designed and made piece by piece by its experienced craftsman. The ideal place to find “that” piece of furniture that will make a difference at home.
Born in 1981, Kare Design is the brand for trend followers, cosmopolitan and spontaneous. Decorative pieces, furniture and lighting that will certainly be a cheerful touch to your space.
The Polo Design Center gathers reference 62 stores and plans to offer the best solutions to architects and interior designers.
Located under the tree of the same name, Figueira Rubaiyat Restaurant offers a unique atmosphere and extravagant, befitting the dishes using the best raw materials.
International Award Winner of Best New Restaurant in 2010, Kaá is a Urban Oasis, draped in plants originating in the Atlantic forest. Provides the feeling of being making a meal outdoors.
Located in Paulista Avenue, one of the most visited places in São Paulo, MASP, São Paulo Museum of Arts is an iconic building, constructed in 1957, but open earlier to receive all time of expositions from classic times to contemporary. Being the reference in arts present in this city.
Modern Art Museum was build in 1954, project by Oscar Niemeyer, in Iberapuera Park with the purpose of collect, study, incentive and disseminate modern and contemporary arts. Being one of the cultural points not to loose.
Dedicated to the physical and emotional wellbeing, this spa, whose name is inspired by the Tupi Guarani Indians, offers various treatments ranging from massages to skincare, plus a special menu prepared by an international chef and a nutritionist. The ideal place for those who need to relax and feel at peace.
Situated in one of the best hotels in town, this inspires your Spa treatment in Asian philosophy and the use of elements of nature for the well being of body and mind.
Created in 1985, this house began as a local wine sales, which later became a space of charm wine tasting and cold meats.
Largest Herman Miller Dealer in Latin America, the Atec represents several other brands.
Acting on the market of decor and architecture, Ornare presents diversified furniture design trend solutions for the whole house.
Country Club Living
Just 20 minutes from downtown St. Paul, this club provides the ideal conditions for golf, equestrian, tennis, football, sports, among others. It also has five dining options. With a unique natural beauty, is the place if you want to play sports or just relax. .
Performed is 3 to 7 April 2013 to the ninth edition of the International Art Fair of São Paulo. First held in 2005, this fair has been growing and increasingly attracting the attention of collectors and artists.
The most important exhibit for interior designers in São Paulo. Casa Cor is where the year trends in decoration are launch.
Points of Interest
English architecture of the beginning of the twentieth century now houses the Museum of the Portuguese Language. Well worth the visit, either by the museum or the beautiful building that is indeed a landmark in the city of São Paulo.
First residence built in Quarter Morumbi , the glass house is surrounded by woods and nature is an integral part of this architecture. Currently is the Lina Bo Bardi institute home.
Shops, and in constant motion with a bubbling nightlife Paulista Aveue is an obligatory stopping point for visitors.