On this visit you will see the most conventional and celebrated spots of Sao Paulo, beginning with the "Estação da Luz", which opened in 1867. With its one of a kind engineering, holds its custom of being a standout amongst the most went by spots in the city.
At that point you will see the recorded some portion of the city, and the forcing structures as "Edifício Itália", a standout amongst the most wonderful in the old focus; the Municipal Theater where we will stop and stroll over the "Viaduto do Chá", watching and getting a charge out of the entire scene, spans and different milestones as the Banespa building, "Pátio de Colégio" and the lovely Sé Cathedral, with its impressive recolored glass. Without sitting around idly, you will do an all encompassing by the Liberdade neighborhood, where it has the biggest number of Japanese workers and their average enhancements. Subsequent to getting a charge out of the memorable piece of town, we move towards to the present day side.
Beginning with the Paulista district, we will see the principle money related focus, attractions, for example, the MASP Museum, and extravagance avenues like Oscar Freire. Finally you'll make a beeline for the biggest stop in Sao Paulo, Ibirapuera Park, with its more than 1 million m² (square meters) of green range, exhibition halls composed by Oscar Niemeyer, and landmarks, for example, the Bandeirantes Monument where we can take extraordinary photographs!