The city of São Paulo has a lot to offer. Museums, theaters, cinemas, good restaurants, Ibirapuera park, São Paulo Museum of Art, Paulista Avenue, shopping, etc… This thriving metropolis is undoubtedly full of treasures. However, there is nothing more awe-inspiring than admiring beautiful views of the most populated city on the South American continent from way up high. In light of this, here is a small guide to the two top views in São Paulo.
Terraço Itália Restaurant
Have you ever dreamed of traveling across Brazil on board a fully-equipped passenger vehicle with 30 other people? This is the concept behind the Exploranter Overland Hotel, a 25 ton truck transformed into a hotel on wheels.
Brazil is famous for being a cultural melting pot and home to a substantially large international population. The country is in fact home to the largest community of Japanese immigrants residing in Liberdade, commonly referred to as Sao Paulo´s Japanese district. In fact, Liberdade is estimated to be home to over 400,000 Japanese residents and descendants, a number which is rapidly increasing.
In Liberdade you will find tofu, manju (dough buns), melona, Japanese schools, Buddhist temples, and even stores selling traditional kimonos. The streets are also decorated with oriental lamps bearing Japanese characters making it a small Japan in Brazil.