Museums and Hotels in Sao Paulo

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Sao Paulo in Brazil

It is said that only by visiting this great place you can really say you have been to Brazil. St. Paul or Sao Paulo of Brazil and its emblem is the essence of this great nation, a true conglomeration of races. Sao Paulo is 750 meters above the sea level, meaning that you can always breathe the fresh air with comfort. Those who live in St. Paul are called paolistani, which means immigrants of different generations. As for the Italian community, it should be specified that at least half the population has an Italian ancestor.

Sao Paulo, Brazil

Sao Paulo, Brazil

The things to see in St. Paul are many and surely one of these is the Latin America Memorial, one of the most important cultural centers around the country and now the house of Parliament. The church of San Bento is one of the attractions of the city, along with the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Art of Sao Paulo. So going to this city is almost a requirement and of course there are bids on last minute hotels, as the demand for tourism is well supported and there are various types of hotels, apartments and bed and breakfast.

Latin America Memorial

Latin America Memorial

San Bento Church

San Bento Church

Hotel recommendations

Among the many proposals available to tourists, a must is to indicate the five star deluxe Melia Jardim Europa, which offers its guests quick check in and check out, the opportunity to have breakfast at your room and the payment is available with all credit cards. in addition, it has a swimming pool with parasols and deck chairs.

Melia Jardim Europa

Melia Jardim Europa

In the four star category, Mercure Sao Paulo Paulistadefinitely deserves a mention. It is just two kilometers away from the city center and offers a fitness center for the entertainment of customers.

Mercure Sao Paulo Paulista

Mercure Sao Paulo Paulista

Getting lower in the star scale, there are many other hotels both luxurious and affordable for you to choose from like the Comfort Hotel Downtown and the Luz Plaza.

By Nikos K

Travel photo: hanneorla, Francisco Aragao, Twiga Swala, Marcelo Fioravanti

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One Response to Museums and Hotels in Sao Paulo

  1. Nice post Nikos! I am jealous of your experience!

    Lalakis February 24, 2012 at 10:18 am Reply

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