A Metropolis on the Edge of the Rainforest
Skyscrapers and the frenzy of busy Sao Paulo are matched by countless gastronomic offerings, endless cultural activities, and a busy nightlife.
Founded by Jesuits in 1554, the city also known as Sampa became a powerful industrial hub in the late 19th-century with Greater Sao Paulo now boasting almost 20 million inhabitants. Attracting immigrants from all over the world, it became the most ethnically diverse city in Brazil.
Walk down Avenida Paulista and immerse yourself in one of the biggest economic centres in the world. This avenue also represents the heart of Brazil’s cultural scene, hosting numerous venues. Don’t miss the Museu de Arte de São Paulo, home of the biggest collection of Western Art in Latin America.
You can find Sao Paulo hotels in the lively centre, but if you’re looking for a more relaxed atmosphere you should check out hotels in Sao Paulo's Jardins neighbourhood. Offering a laid back feel with bohemian bars and artisan shops, Vila Madalena is also a good alternative.
Whether you arrive at Guarulhos International Airport or Congonhas Airport, don’t miss the offers for Sao Paulo accommodation available on Booking.com!