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São Paulo

 
São Paulo is the largest city in South America and Brazil's bustling economic and financial center.
 

Home to more than 17 million people, São Paulo is the largest city in South America and Brazil's bustling economic and financial center. Waves of immigration has brought a mix of cultures and cuisines reflected in the restaurants, many theaters, opera and dance companies. Nightlife goes on all night. The city hosts trade shows, congresses and symposiums with ease.

 
 
 
São Paulo, together with Rio de Janeirois the spot where most visitors from abroad land in Brazil. While a complete experience of the city would take a few weeks, it is possible to visit all major sites in a couple of days.

Many agencies arrange historical city tours of
São Paulo , this is a good option for those wanting an introduction to the history, culture and the lifestyle of the biggest city in the Southern Hemisphere. The city tours usually take about 3 hours, during which the visitor will pass by places in São Paulo Old Center and get familiar with highlights such as the Cathedral of Se, Patio do Colegio - the site where the city was founded, Monastery of São Bento, the Banespa Building - the tallest building in the city, the Martinelli Building - the first skyscraper in South America, the Viaduto do Chá, the Municipal Theater, Sala São Paulo concert hall and the Municipal Market.
 
 

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