Cruises in Sao Paulo

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Sao Paulo cruises leave and arrive at the Sao Paulo Port in the city of Santos, Brazil. There are a number of cruises both leaving from and stopping at the port of Sao Paulo and many exciting excursions available for cruise passengers ready to explore the city.

Sao Paulo Cruise Basics

Most cruises traveling through Brazil originate in Brazil, so in most cases you will have to purchase airfare to your cruise's starting point in Brazil, in addition to your fare on the cruise. Many cruises stopping in Sao Paulo also stop in other ports within Brazil or South America. There is also a popular cruise that travels to Antarctica and then on to Brazil. Whichever trip you choose, stopping in Sao Paulo can add an element to your cruise that cannot easily be replicated in any other city in Brazil.

Sao Paulo Cruise Attractions

Cruises docking in the Sao Paulo Port can visit all the neighboring communities of the cosmopolitan city. The Museo de Arte Sao Paulo is a popular day trip where visitors can explore the works of famous painters like Van Gogh, Renoir, Goya, Raphael and Rembrandt. City tours can take passengers to the tallest building in the city, the Banespa building, where views of the skyline and city are spectacular. Combine that with a trip to the expansive Parque do Ibirapuera, where you have your choice between a Japanese garden, several museums and a planetarium to fill an exciting day trip from your cruise ship.

Sao Paulo Cruise Shopping

Within easy distance from the port, markets Horti Fruti and Praca, as well as shopping centers at Ibirapuer and Morro de Sao Paulo, can provide you with day full of shopping ranging from boutiques to street shops. Everything from Brazilian clothing, jewelry and antiques can be found here for reasonable prices.

Getting to and from the Sao Paulo Port

Getting to and from the Sao Paulo Port to disembark from or begin your cruise is quite easy. Both taxis and buses provide service to the port. The 5 minute ride on a taxi will cost anywhere from $3 to $5. Passengers are transported from the the cruise ship terminal to the cruise ship docks by bus. There are numerous parking facilities around the port.

A cruise to Sao Paulo can provide a great opportunity to check out Brazil's largest city. Sign up now and experience all Sao Paulo has to offer.

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