Days Out: City
Ibirapuera Park is the biggest green space in Sao Paulo and where Paulistanos and visitors come to exercise, relax or visit attractions such as art galleries. Daily 05:00-12:00 Avenida Pedro Alvares Cabral, Vila Mariana Paraiso metro.
Edificio Italia (Italian Building)
Named after the Italian immigrants who helped with construction this impressive building offers spectacular views of the Sao Paulo skyline. Restaurant on the 41st floor provides varied menu. Tea 15:00-17:30. Avenida Ipiranga 334, Metro: Republica.
Edificio Altino Arantes (Altino Arantes building)
The 36th floor of the BANESPA Building offers a panoramic view of Sao Paulo. Inaugurated in 1947 and modeled on the Empire State Building in New York. Weekdays 10:00-17:00, entrance is free, ID required. Rua Joao bricola 24, Centro. Metro: Sao Bento.
Memorial da America Latina
Oscar Niemeyer designed these memorial buildings which include the Pavilhao da Criatividade Poplular (Popular Creativity Pavilion) which displays handicrafts from all over Latin America. 09:00-18:00. Av. Soares de Moura Andrade 664, Barra Funda.
Edificio Martinelli (Martinelli Building)
The first skyscraper built in Sao Paulo, in 1920 it was the tallest building in South America. In 1992 the building was classified a historic monument. Monday, Wednesday and Friday 09:00-10:00 and 14:30-15:30. Free, ID required. Av. Sao Joao, 35.
Cemiterio da Consolacao
Sometimes referred to as the "museum of the open heavens" this cemetary in central Sao Paulo has magnificent sculptures in bronze and stone. Monday to Sunday 07:00-18:00. Entrance is Free. Rua da Consoloacao, 1660.
Incoming travel agency attending tourists arriving in Sao Paulo and Brazil for leisure or business. National and international reservation and confirmation. Reception at airport check-ins and check-outs. Bilingual guides in English, Spanish, German.