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Praca Julio Prestes N0 16, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 01218-020 Brazil
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The Best Sights of Sao Paulo in 7 hours on Saturdays and Sundays
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The Best Sights of Sao Paulo in 7 hours on Saturdays and Sundays

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Make the most of your time in São Paulo in a 7-hour guided tour to discover its most iconic attractions in a “SHARED GROUP TOUR”. Our vehicle picks you up with an accredited bilingual tour guide to provide you with a lively day filled with popular attractions passing the main areas like historical downtown, Paulista ave area, the most sophisticated areas in the south and southwest of São Paulo, and yet business districts like Brooklin and Itaim Bibi.<br><br>This tour attracts people of all ages, backgrounds and nationalities whether it’s their first visit to São Paulo or they’ve explored the city before, there are always so many attractions just waiting to be discovered.<br><br>The tour follows a set itinerary around São Paulo with a live guide commenting about the largest city in the Southern hemisphere and one of the largest cities in the World.<br><br>Stop at sights to explore in the company of the guide who will escort you in the tour expedition, providing an interpreting service along the way.
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Wram A wrote a review Sep 2019
Guaratingueta, SP19 contributions41 helpful votes
This is the reference concert hall for classical music in Brazil. Sala Sao Paulo has been built after an initiative headed by Brazil's ex-president Fernando Henrique Cardoso, erected over an abandoned railway station of yore. Having been quoted among the ten best concert halls in the world due to its acoustics, Sala Sao Paulo has long joined learned music's highest ranks as a select venue for welcoming touring orchestras and visiting artists of renown from the world over, besides housing the local Sao Paulo State Orchestra named OSESP. Its building installations are quite classy and historical, and reflect its architectural value. The building houses a fine restaurant as well as a café, whose menu and dishes are on a par with the musical attractions provided. An ample parking space is also available underneath the ground floor, as well as a record shop. I truly recommend you book a seat at Sala Sao Paulo. Select cultural attractions of interest make up for a distinguished programme which takes place within a nice concert hall where one may unwind and feel carried away by nice classical music live performances.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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CelsoPage wrote a review Apr 2019
Sao Paulo, SP56 contributions53 helpful votes
It´s a very beautiful place and usually show are very good. The only concern is around the Sala. But the place has your properly parking and the price is not cheap but it´s better than go by walk. Usually the tickets you can take in Monday or you can try in the day of the show. Anyway it´s a very good place to go with family or alone to listen a very good music. Congrats.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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shellray12 wrote a review Nov 2018
Brasilia, DF42 contributions24 helpful votes
My husband and I just moved to Brasilia a few months ago and Sao Paulo is our first experience outside Brasilia. We are also new to traveling around South America. We went to a wine tasting and saw the orchestra at Sala. We had a fantastic time! The wine was great and we met English speaking friends. The building is beautiful. The orchestra was really amazing as well. However, to me it doesn't seem like Sala is in a safe area of the city and I think one should be aware of that since the events are at night. Would I go back? Yes but be aware and have the uber pick you up right by the door or take a taxi which they have a stand for in the building.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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