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St. Paul's Cathedral
4.5/5
176 Reviews
Church
_We***45One of the most beautiful landmarks of old center of Sao Paulo, Se Cathedral is a must visit sightseeing. Although its neighbourhood is not safe, it is always a pleasure spend some time admiring the beauty of this cathedral.
Independence Park
4.4/5
83 Reviews
Museum
Monument
乖小咪Sao Paulo Independence Park is a very beautiful park. There are many unique buildings and art exhibition halls in the park. There are many performance art exhibits, such as physical wooden boats, which look very different. It represents the marine culture of Sao Paulo and is worth visiting.
Museu Paulista
4.4/5
85 Reviews
Museum
pxy0705The Sao Paulo Museum is also known as the Sao Paulo Palace Museum. Its scale is very large. It was originally a colonial aristocratic palace and is now the largest museum in Sao Paulo. The products here are very rich. There are precious cultural relics from all over the world. Among them, there is a separate China Pavilion, which houses many statues from the Tang Dynasty and porcelains from the past dynasties, which are very precious.
Monument to the Independence of Brazil
4.5/5
84 Reviews
Monument
130***38Going forward from the Sao Paulo Museum, passing through a large square where local residents serve as a skatepark, is the Brazilian Independence Monument. The monument is very majestic, with sculptures and reliefs on all sides. On the day of our visit, the local religious organization was holding commemorative activities, displaying banners and wearing grand festive dresses. The Brazilian Independence Monument is about tens of meters high. The base is a huge heart-shaped shape, covering an area of about several thousand square meters. The monument means a huge sword inserted in the heart of São Paulo.
Liberdade
4.4/5
62 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
乖小咪São Paulo’s Dongfang Street is also known as the Japanese Street, and the entire street is basically the stalls operated by immigrants from China, Japan and Korea. When you come here, you can taste many Japanese delicacies, Chinese small commodities, and some Korean cosmetics. It is very lively. It can be said to be one of the important commercial streets in Sao Paulo and it is worth visiting.
Avenida Paulista
4.1/5
66 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
WillSumThe most important financial center in South America has the reputation of Wall Street in South America and constitutes the modern side of the largest city in the southern hemisphere. Some tall buildings that are not particularly tall but glass curtain walls are neatly arranged on both sides of the road. Underground is the subway line crossing. Every Sunday, the roads are given to people and bicycles. Various performances are also very lively. 【taste】

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Allianz Parque
Allianz ParqueSao Paulo,Brazil

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Parque Estadual da Cantareira
Parque Estadual da CantareiraSao Paulo,Brazil

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Prof. Carlos da Silva Lacaz History Museum
Prof. Carlos da Silva Lacaz History MuseumSao Paulo,Brazil

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Oscar Freire Science Museum
Oscar Freire Science MuseumSao Paulo,Brazil

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Catavento Cultural e Educacional
Catavento Cultural e EducacionalSao Paulo,Brazil

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Sitiolândia
Sitiolândia,Brazil

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