Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil honours the name of Saint Paul.A famous nickname for the city is "Sampa." It is the capital of the south-eastern state of Sao Paul also a beehive of activity that offers a jovial nightlife and an intense cultural experience. São Paulo is one of the richest cities in the southern hemisphere, though inequality between the classes typically observed in Brazil is blatant. Historically attractive to immigrants as well as (somewhat later) Brazilians from other states, it's one of the most diverse cities in the world. São Paulo, or Sampa as it is also often called, is also probably one of the most underrated cities tourism-wise, often shaded by other places in the Brazilian sun & beach circuit such as Rio de Janeiro and Salvador. It is in fact a great city to explore, with its own idiosyncrasies, the exquisite way of living of its inhabitants, not to mention the world-class restaurants and diverse regional and international cuisine available to all tastes. If there is a major attraction to this city, it is the excellent quality of its restaurants and the variety of cultural activities on display.
The second largest city in the world is equally big on style, from sleek hotels to rooftop hangouts and funky lifestyle stores. Sao Paulo is South America's New York City. While Buenos Aires has European looks and charm, Sao Paulo has New World vibrancy and the urgency of a 21st-century metropolis. Global designer labels compete with hip Brazilian brands, celebrity chefs create dazzling cuisine drawing on the city's international influences, and the clubs and bars are packed with people so beautiful, they'd be confined to the catwalk in any other country.
The skyscraper-heavy metropolis of Sao Paulo, Brazil, is the third-largest city in the world. A popular activity in Sao Paulo is shopping, whether at a local craft market or in a pricy boutique. For culturally inclined visitors, the city offers plenty of museums including several excellent collections of art as well as theatre, dance and music performances. Sao Paulo's cuisine is multinational, reflecting the city's diverse population, and the nightlife choices are nearly endless. Sao Paulo has been home to several of the tallest buildings in Brazil.
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Sao Paulo climate/weather
Sao Paulo has a mediterranean climate and is located in one of five only five mediterranean climates zones in the world. Sunshine and fine weather all around the year even during winter, Sao Paulo has been transformed into city of outdoors activities and makes it into prefect destination for sandy relaxing and leisurely beach holiday.
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There are different types of accomadation available in Sao Paulo from big budget traveler hostels to luxury stylish hotels.
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Visa is required to travel to Sao Paulo. Visa can applied through travel agency or can be directly done through Brazilian embassy. There are visa services for tourists. We offer service to apply tourist visa for you.
Things to do in Sao Paulo
1) Shopping, shopping, shopping
2) Watch sky scrapers
3) Celebrate festivals
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You can experience diverse celebration of cultures through different fesitvals in Sao Paulo.
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