By TRIPSTER PANDA | AUG 31, 2021
Get to know Brazil off-the-beaten-path
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Info about travel, business, and moving to Brazil
Food capital of Brazil
Catch the light rail and the underground from Guarulhos airport to Paulista station.
Paulist Avenue is one of the most famous streets in Brazil and the heart of São Paulo. Have breakfast at a traditional Brazilian bakery Bella Paulista, open 24/7.
Visit Liberdade and get some Japanese souvenirs and street food for lunch.
Relax and explore this quiet park in the middle of Paulista Avenue. Perfect for people watching.
Van Gogh, Matisse, Picasso, and Tarsila do Amaral - famous Brazilian artist - are some of the painters whose paintings are displayed in this museum.
There are endless options in the Brazilian food capital. Burgers are always a great option, and Sujinho is one of the most traditional burger shops in the area.
With many bars and lively nightlife every day of the week, this is a perfect place to grab a drink and have dinner before heading back to the airport.
São Paulo has much more to offer, so make sure to visit the city once you have more time. Food, fashion, art, and culture are just some of the many attractions of this amazing city!
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