There is also no shortage of celebrations here. Sao Paulo Fashion Week is a major draw, while their Jazz Festival, Gay Pride Parade and Grand Prix are exciting events that capture the heart and spirit of what the city is all about.
A huge market near the Tamanduatei River, the structure itself is as spectacular as the offerings inside. It is one of the most frequented spots in the city by both tourists and locals. You can sample just about any Brazilian fare here. Known for its gorgeous stained glass, you can easily spend an entire day exploring the market.
MUSEU DE ARTE
With perhaps one of the most comprehensive collections of art in South America, the museum is a must-see for those art aficionados visiting the city. Featuring pieces by Manet, Botticelli, and Rembrandt, it is heralded by art buffs across the globe. The building itself is also quite something to behold.
Again, there is certainly an abundance of culture in this city. The Theatre is considered one of Sao Paulo’s landmarks, if only for the edifice itself. Elaborate architecture marks the exterior, and inside the place has seen some of the most famous ballet dancers, classical composers and opera singers in existence.