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This is full of pick pockets, junkies and drug dealers. People who take this way to work on business days may suffer a little less, but on the weekends is pure bad choice. If you are invited to visit this place think twice, there are...More
Make sure you have a local with you when you come here otherwise you may look out of place. Also, get ready for the crowds (as in feeling as if there are thousands of people surrounding you). Weekday (or Saturday morning) daytime ONLY.
Date of experience: December 2015
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Sé, which derives its name from Sé Square, is a central neighbourhood in historic São Paulo. Close by, the Law School, the Museum of the Court of Justice and the Metropolitan Cathedral offer inspiring architecture. If you are looking for cultural activities, head to Caixa Cultural and check the schedule. In the area there is a popular pedestrian street called “Rua Direita”, one of the first streets
in the region, which today marks the crowded perimeter. Sé is a great area to explore during daytime, but use caution if visiting alone at night.