Flights to Sao Paulo

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Flights to Sao Paulo, Brazil

São Paulo is the largest city in South America and the most populous city in Brazil. The city is culturally rich thanks to the mix of immigrants from Portugal, Spain, Germany, Africa, Japan and others. It has the largest community of people of Japanese descent outside Japan and the largest population of Italian descendants outside of Italy. Citizens of Sao Paulo call themselves “Paulistanos”.

The city is home to many art-house cinemas, experimental theatres and has excellent nightlife.

The main international airport in Sao Paulo is the São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport.

  • 24 km to central Sao Paulo
  • A taxi ride to central Washington DC costs around RM109 (R$80.50) and takes about 34 minutes


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Best Time to Visit Sao Paulo

The best times to visit Sao Paulo is from during summer or spring from September to March. The rainy season is between March and June.

Things to do in Sao Paulo

What to see in Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo has many top-class monuments and museums such as the Museum of Ipiranga and Sao Paulo Museum of Art. It is also home to several of the tallest skyscraper buildings in Brazil, such as Mirante do Vale, Edificio Italia, Banespa, and North Tower.

For an authentic experience, enter into art-house cinemas and experimental theaters in Sao Paulo, or party at underground bars. The city also hosts exciting event such as the Sao Paulo Jazz Festival, Sao Paulo Art Biennial, the Brazilian Grand Prix, Sao Paulo Fashion Week and the ATP Brasil Open.

For some greenery, head to the large Ibirapuera Park for a picnic.

What to eat in Sao Paulo

To understand Sao Paulo’s culture from its food, start from the streets. Try Coxinha, a deep-fried snack made with chicken and the Kibe, a traditionally middle-eastern dish made from minced beef or lamb.

Açai na tigela is another must-try. It is made from the frozen açai berries that grow in the Amazon and blended with granola, banana and syrup. Other common street foods include Caldinho de feijão (black bean soup), Mandioca frita or aipim frito (cassava chips) and pão de queijo (baked cheesy balls).

This information is correct as of 30 July 2017.


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