It’s hard not to be impressed by the massive brick and stone building that houses the famous Pinacoteca Art Museum. Its imposing façade and columned sides are a suitable draw for a building that houses one of Brazils most important cultural sites. The historic museum building was built in 1900... more »
This enlightening museum is the only one of its kind in the world; one dedicated solely to a language. The Portuguese language of course is highlighted here and visitors can learn about this old world vernacular, its history, literature and development in many interesting ways. With its cultural exhibits and... more »
If you’re a regular bon vivant, or what we might today call a “foodie”, then you will love Mercado Municipal. This popular gathering spot for Sao Paulo’s fresh food connoisseurs is located in a lovingly restored building from the late 1920s where food markets have been hosted ever since.
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This impressive neo-gothic cathedral is Sao Paulo’s largest church and is located in the heart of the city. Towering spears grace the sky overlooking the tree lined Praca da Sè or Sè Square where church history dates back over 400 years. This cathedral square was the site of two other... more »