Beautiful, rich, intellectual, democratic, lively, sports’ friendly, cultural, sentimental, romantic, modern, serious, extroverted, professional. After all, what defines São Paulo? There is absolutely no adjective that can precisely define what one of the world’s megacities represents.
Forged by multiple nationalities, cultures, beliefs, philosophies and ideals, this great pioneering metropolis is truly cosmopolitan by vocation and adoption. It is Italian, German, Jewish, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, French, African, Arabic, Spanish, Latin, Brazilian, and local. These and many other facets can be seen in the architecture of the buildings, the streets, the refined flavors of its culinary delights, and in the styles and mannerisms of a tireless people who, day after day, valorously write the history of the city.
We can describe the grandeur of São Paulo in many ways. For instance, it is home to the largest hotel complex in Latin America and the most comprehensive hospital complex in Brazil, and within its territory lies the beating heart of the Brazilian culture. It is one of the international capitals of gastronomy, the permanent destination of large events and internationally known trade shows and exhibits, and the home of renowned academic and research centers, among many other references.
The state capital is one of the few places that can seamlessly blend modernity and history. It has been the stage of memorable events, from the independence of Brazil to political and cultural revolutions, and pro-democracy protests. It houses hundreds of cinemas, museums, theaters, historical and cultural heritage sites, parks, concert halls, theme parks, restaurants, bars, hotels, event venues, street markets, shopping malls and specialty shopping streets.
Every year, about 15 million visitors come to the city to leverage businesses or strengthen professional relationships, go shopping or enjoy a cultural calendar in tune with the rest of the world. To be in São Paulo is to experience an around-the-clock metropolis and a lifestyle that combines work and pleasure like two sides of the same coin. Capital of a State the size of the United Kingdom, with a population close to that of Spain and accountable for almost half of the Brazilian economy, São Paulo is also the first tourist destination of the country. This is why we proudly invite you to visit São Paulo and all the good things it has in store.
Visit São Paulo,
It is amazing!