Sightseeing in Sao Paulo

Campos do JordãoCampos do Jordão - MAP 3 Campos do Jordao is a Brazilian municipality located in the state of São Paulo, specifically the Sierra Mantiqueira. The city has an altitude of 1628 meters, and therefore, the highest Brazilian city. It is located 173 km from São Paulo capital. The city of Campos do Jordão, located in the Serra da Mantiqueira, is one of 15 climatic resort in Sao Paulo which attracts tourists from around the country. With a special charm, r...
Luz Station in São PauloEstação da Luz - MAP 6 Open to the public on 1 March 1901, the Light Station occupies 7500 square meters of the Garden of Light, where the structures are brought over from England to copy the Big Ben and Westminster Abbey. There was no opening, since the traffic was being moved slowly, but it did not take long for the new city landmark was considered a living room in Sao Paulo. All the famous personalities who had the capital as a destination were for...
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The Interlagos Circuit - MAP 6 Autodromo Jose Carlos PaceThe runway at the Interlagos Circuit, "Jose Carlos Pace", has 4309 meters long. In 1990, when it completed 50 years of existence, the race track was completely redesigned and made the current formatting, over 7,823 meters of the previous circuit. Now it has sections such as "S Curve", "Duck's Beak", "Diving", "The Sun Curve", among others that have become popular worldwide, thanks to Formula 1. In addition to t...
Largo Sao BentoLargo São Bento - MAP 6 Largo de Sao Bento, near the Anhangabaú Valley, is one of the most important historical sites of São Paulo.In the Largo de Sao Bento was installed at the Indian Tribe chief Tibiriçá longhouse, father of John Ramalho, and demarcated the boundary of the village that began to form. It gave way to a square where in 1598 a chapel was built in honor of Our Lady of Montserrat, but already in 1660 began the installation of the Monastery of ...
São Bento Monastery in São PauloSão Bento Monastery - MAP The Monastery of Sao Paulo is guaranteed for those visiting the state capital. It's one of those sacred tips which also applies to people who are not religious. The Benedictines arrived in Sao Paulo in 1598, but was created only in 1634 the Abbey and the chapel was dedicated to St. Benedict. The site, which hosted Pope Benedict XVI during his visit to Brazil, is today, besides the church (Basilica of Our Lady of the Assumption), the mon...
Embú das Artes in São PauloTourist Resort at Embu das Artes - MAP 7 The touristic city of Embu represents an important corner of the Greater São Paulo area, dedicated to the preservation of natural resources.  Those visiting the city have a pleasant time strolling through the area, enjoying the nice climate, and eating at a few of the restaurants providing attractive cuisines from the north of Brazil to the south of Brazil.   In Embu, you will find art and culture in the hist...