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Sao Paulo is Brazil's largest city. The diversity of Sao Paulo is reflected
in the quality of hotels and things for the toursist to see and do, Founded
in 1554, Sao Paulo now is the 3rd largest city in the world with over 20,000,000.
Surprisingly it really did not begin to grow until 1890 based on the coffee
business. It is the business and finance center of Brazil. A true melting
pot it numbers over 1 million Japanese, 3 million Italians, 1 million Arabians,
1 million Portuguese, and 1 million Eastern Europeans. It has a wide variety
of restaurants that range from Brazilian to Malaysian food (and everything
in between). The Gardens district is the center of the dining scene, and
thus the center of the São Paulo social scene. Paulistanos eat late,
many restaurants don't even start serving until 9 PM, and it is common
for them to stay open until 3 AM. Like New York, São Paulo never
sleeps. There you can find anything from a wide selection of hotels, bookstores
opened 24 hrs a day, hundreds of movie theaters, thousands of restaurants,
stores, bars, and pubs. For nightlife its nightclubs have attracted some
of the best performers in the world. There are 32 malls, countless department
stores, and designer boutiques (such as Versace, Forum, Daslu, H.Stern,
Chanel, Rauph Lauren, Armani, etc.). There are also several street fairs,
and art exhibits throughout the city. Its museums are among the finest
in South America.
For the sun
worshipper, its surrounding coastline is graced with many lovely beaches.
Transportation befits a city of this size with a well developed road system,
numerous and inexpensive taxis. Although we do not recommend that a foreign
traveler use a rented car to get around the city, it suffers traffic problems
like any big city and parking is a real challenge. It has 2 airports. One,
in the city, provides domestic service with the international airport at
some distance from the city center providing direct service to cities throughout
the world. In addition it boasts one of the best subway systems to be found
anywhere. Sao Paulo is be often called a concrete jungle, but actually
this is one of the greatest cities in the world, come take advantage of
what it has to offer!