The monster city in Brazil, Sao Paulo’s cuisine and art are as multinational as it’s diverse
population. Sitting on the Piratininga Plateau Sao Paulo is beautifully bounded by gorgeous rivers
that fan out into the inland. The city was founded in the 1554 and became the gateway to the
Sertao (Brazil’s backcountry), and travelers known as Bandeirantes made excursions from the city
into this regions.
Sao Paulo is lovingly called as Sampa, the city offering an extreme culture experience. Charismatic people, tropical plants, soothing sounds, bright colors, and aroma surround every tourist here, from the moment they de-board from Sao Paulo flights. This is a melting pot city and has large, unified populations of Italian and Japanese cultures among others. This blend of culture has bent beautiful merger of art, culinary delights and exciting music that are well worth exploring. Below mentioned are some of the most popular tourist attractions and things to do here while exploring the blissful Sao Paulo.
Museu de Arte (MASP) – It is one of the most sought after museum in South America located in the heart of the city. Home to a collection over 8000 pieces Museu de Arte de São Paulo Assis Chateaubriand abbreviated as MASP is the most significant museum in entire South America.
Samba Saturday – Live Samba music is take place in several Sao Paulo’s bars on Saturdays. It is one of the most exciting attractions for the locals and visitors. Eating lunch, enjoying drinks, and dancing to live Samba is a way to relax for the locals after the workweek and for the tourists after the long sightseeing.
Latin America Memorial – This is an outstanding complex designed by Niemeyer to honor the struggles of Latin American people. This memorial is an avenue where festivities or public events can take place. The building is home to a library, displays of art including Latin American folk art, research center and the Brazilian Center for Latin American Studies.