You can rent bikes and cycle around the bike paths, take a boat out on the lake, or just sit back and relax under the shady trees.
You’ll learn all about how the city was founded and what the locals do for fun. Afterwards, you can ask your guide for recommendations for places to eat, drink and explore.
This alley stretches from the Rua Gonçalo Afonso and Rua Medeiros de Albuquerque area in the Vila Madalena and is lined on both sides with incredible graffiti.
The inside has been decorated with around 800 tons of rare marble, with sculptures of Brazilian produce such as coffee branches, pineapples, and native animals such as armadillos.
Sao Paulo’s art culture is one of the biggest reasons to visit the city. There are 110 museums in the city, the largest number of museums in the whole of Latin America.