City A - Z
The best way is to ask the locals what to see and do, ask the tourist information office. Here you can get local, professional and free advice.
São Paulo Tourist information office
Av. Cruzeiro do Sul 1800
Vila Guilherme, São Paulo
Weather and weather forecast online
São Paulo is the largest city in South America. It’s also Brazil’s most cosmopolitan and boasts pulsating nightlife, fine restaurants and an impressive cultural and arts life.
Transport:getting there and getting away
São Paulo has three airports: São Paulo/Guarulhos International Airport (GRU, for domestic and international flights) and Congonhas, (CGH, for domestic flights).
The city is very congested so the subway is the best method of getting around.The buses are very crowded.
Not as pleasant as other Brazilian cities but generally warm and sunny all year round. Rainfall is highest during the summer months.
Accommodation:from cheap stays to luxury resorts
Check on the internet for the range, location and cost of Sao Paulo hotels
*São Paulo Fashion Week is the crowning event in the Brazilian fashion scene.
*São Paulo Gay Parade in June features a huge carnival.
*Brazilian F1 Grand Prix is in October.