São Paulo Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in São Paulo - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Casa das Rosas

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Peek into the Paulista's past at one of the avenue's few remaining early-20th-century buildings, the House of the Roses. A 1935 French-style...

Centro Cultural FIESP–Ruth Cardoso

  • Museum/Gallery

Adorned with LED lights, the cultural center's pyramid-shaped facade serves as an open-air digital-art gallery. Past exhibits at this...

Centro da Cultura Judaica

  • Arts/Performance Venue

A short cab or metro trip northwest of Avenida Paulista, this Torah-shape concrete building is one of the newest architectural hot spots...

Feira do Bixiga

  • Pedestrian Mall

Strolling through this flea market is a favorite Sunday activity for paulistanos. Crafts, antiques, and furniture are among the wares.

Itaú Cultural

  • Arts/Performance Venue

Maintained by Itaú, one of Brazil's largest private banks, this cultural institute has art shows as well as lectures, workshops, and...

Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP)

  • Building/Architectural Site

A striking low-rise building elevated on two massive concrete pillars holds one of the city's premier fine-arts collections. The highlights...

Parque Trianon

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Created in 1892 as a showcase for local vegetation, the park was renovated in 1968 by Roberto Burle Marx, the Brazilian landscaper famed...

Ponto Chic

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Stop here for a delicious bauru —a sandwich with roast beef, tomato, cucumber, and a mix of melted cheeses. This branch of the Paissandu...