Not my personal favorite but for most Ibirapuera Park is a must when visiting São Paulo. It’s the city’s major park with options to exercise or chill, or even find some street food to eat.
Enjoy one Sao PAULO day. Another Place you "foreigners" have to put in your radar.
Ibirapuera Park was laid out by landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx, with buildings designed by Oscar Niemeyer. The immense green space with its monuments, museums, playgrounds, gardens, trails, lakes, and performance spaces is a leisure paradise for the people of São Paulo, as well as a showcase…
The biggest park in the city. Don't forget to drink coconut water there and visit the Contemporary Art Museum next to it or the African Culture Museum inside the park.
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“MASP is the most iconic building in Avenida Paulista and it's also the most important museus, with a collection of numerous important paintings from out the world.”
“You can find all sorts of fruits and vegetables, salted cod, dried meat (kind of jerked beef). You can also eat the famous mortadela sandwich (huge), have a draft beer or eat the famous cod pastel (huge too!). The building by architect Ramos de Azevedo is really beautiful. Avoid the weekends as it can get really packed.”
“Small, fun and in a perfect place. A pleasant walk to get there. The restaurant is great. And there are two other nice places to visit: MUBE a Fundação Ema Klabin. ”
“Think about a great shopping mall with the top stores in it, great gourmet food court and top entertainment. That pretty much defines JK. It's a SP must-dos;”
“This museum is the oldest in São Paulo, opened in 1905 to showcase the works of Brazilian artists. Its 10,000 works of art include drawings, paintings, and sculpture from the 1800s through the present. Housed in the restored Liceu de Artes e Ofícios building, the architecture itself is a reason to visit. Part of the collection is housed in the museum's second location at Pina Estação where visitors will find a memorial to the São Paulo Resistance, an extensive library of historic documents related to Brazil's political struggles, and many more examples of Brazilian art.”