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SAO PAULO: A huge concrete JUNGLE with special energy

Brazil’s largest city, considered a jungle of concrete and traffic jams, may not really be an ideal destination on the first ball, but it hides many attractions.

Sao Paulo it may not really be among the most beautiful metropolises of this world, but beauty fast replaced by its size, which ensures that the traveler is never bored in it. This size is clearly visible from the plane itself, and the endless expanse of buildings and cluttered six-lane roads at a glance gives an imposing impression, but the city with its traveler energy soon sucks in.

Sao Paulo seems to be a single opaque multitude of buildings.

This is where Brazil studies and works the most and where relaxation after hard work is also a kind of demonstration. Nowhere else in South America the food so varied, the entertainment so long and the nightlife so wild as in Sao Paulo. All in all, it’s a shade more extreme than in Rio de Janeiro, yet people are significantly more accessible than in the city under the sugar cone.

At no station of the F1 World Cup are the worlds of the super-rich and the poorest as close as they are at Interlagos.

True, poverty and crime are problems in this city, but the whole thing is still limited to slums, favelas, therefore it can walk around the city without worries during the day, unless you show off your family jewelry or outrageously expensive camera. At night, you should rely on taxis, they are relatively cheap, and at the same time they will take you safely to the desired place.

Pred mass start-up of the coffee trade in the nineteenth century, Sao Paulo was actually a village founded by the Jesuits. The money from coffee and the development of the railway network has melted into wide avenues and luxurious villas, of which only a handful have survived to this day. It is in the twentieth century Sao Paulo became the Brazilian industrial capital and the richest Brazilian city, which accounts for 50 percent of Brazil’s gross domestic product.

Avenida Paulista, the main traffic artery of the city.

The rise of industry attracted to the city millions of immigrants, mainly from Europe, the Middle East and Asia. There is a place the largest population of Japanese outside Japanese borders, among the individual nationalities, along with the Portuguese and Spaniards, the Italians, Koreans, Syrians and Lebanese are in the lead.

It is the commercial heart of the city Avenida Paulista, the main street, surrounded on both sides by skyscrapers with offices of the most important domestic companies and representative offices of foreign multinationals. We recommend art lovers to see Brazilian art in Pinacotecaand is also nearby Resistance Memorial, a museum and monument to the fallen during the years of military and fascist dictatorship.

Gourmets are advised to head to the restaurant with Brazilian fusion cuisine. Clandestine, led by Bel Coelho, a chef who was educated in a restaurant El Celler de Can Roca in Catalonia, the famous winners of three Michelin stars. It's not far away Beco de Batman, where you can enjoy observing street artists at work.

Beco de Batman

Sao Paulo also offers plenty of shopping opportunities. Brazilians had a fairly developed fashion industry that has quite a few local celebrities. Chris Barros makes attractive women 's dresses, at Glazed specialize in sports fashion, Vartanian so it is famous for its unique jewelry. You can spice it all up by visiting one of the cafes in in the Jardins area.

Terrace Italy

For the most beautiful view of the city, head to Terrace Italy, which offers a remarkable view of the city at dusk when the lights start to come on, and you can spice it all up with dinner at the restaurant DOM, which on the scale San Pellegrino it ranks ninth among the best restaurants in the world, and its specialties are definitely worth considering ingredients from the Amazon rainforest. After a good meal, there is definitely some samba in one of the local samba clubs, such as Vila Madalena ali borogodo.

The Pacaembu Stadium is home to the Brazilian Football Museum.

The possibilities for filling up with activities before the racing weekend are almost innumerable, from visits to interesting collections and museums (sports fans are recommended to visit Brazilian Football Museum na Pacaembu Stadium, famous for its art-deco architecture), to visit the botanical gardens on the outskirts of the city or lounging on the beaches of Santos or Praia Grande.

Not far from Sao Paulo are the towns of Santos and Praia Grande with huge sandy beaches.

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