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Paulista Avenue is one of the busiest places in Sao Paulo. On Sundays it closes to traffic and people can walk and bike. There are street vendors and entertainers. Seems as if all of Sao Paulo is there. Be careful as it is the place...More
Great to visit on Sundays when the road is closed to traffic, there’s all sorts going on - musicians, artists, stalls selling things etc as well as people out jogging and cycling. A fun vibe and great to wander and soak it all up.
Paulista Avenue is very busy on week days, but on holidays and weekends its atmosphere and public changes a lot. It's more calm, relaxing, with plenty of activities and street artists. However, it's hard to find a public restroom and parking around is not that...More
Very crowded avenue with lots of coffee shops and restaurants.
On Sundays they close the avenue just for walking and biking. Not cars are allowed.
You can visit the MASP museum or the shopping mall.
There's also some bands playing in the street and lots...More
Every Sunday, this huge avenue is closed for traffic and filled with artists, musicians, bikers and so on. You can (and should) stroll down the avenue, stop by local groups and cheer them, look at the crafts, sip something an just have a good time.
This is a wow street with endless possibilities. I am not much of a shopper but if I was I would be bankrupt as there os endless choice.
They let dogs into the shopping malls. Our dog would be so jealous. I would go back....More
In the cosmopolitan Paulista avenue you can find every peace of Sao Paulo city, every kind of food (give a shot to mexican Tollocos and japanese YoYo Ramen), the museum of modern art (MASP), night life (corner with the endless Augusta street), shopping malls and...More
It is the avenue that has the face of the city, with people of all kinds and social classes, I usually go to walk and feel the atmosphere, it is cosmopolitan and pleasant. Take a break for a coffee, visit the beautiful Trianon Park and...More
Known for its Italian cantinas, Bela Vista is the place to go for great pasta. Also called “Bixiga”, the area is an important cultural part of the city, with the bohemian and the religious costumes of its inhabitants on full display. In August, the large Nossa Senhora Achiropita party fills the streets with a variety of Italian food and music. You can experience the liveliness of the neighbourhood walking
through the antiquities fair at Dom Orione Square or visiting the “Brazilian Caminito”, a version of the Argentinian street complete with colorful buildings. Bela Vista is also home to the traditional samba school “Vai-Vai”. Buy a ticket to a rehearsal and get a taste of what Carnival is like.