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Sao Paulo, is one of the most important cities in Brazil, being a famous tourist attraction and most recognized as a tolerant, environmental-friendly and friendly city.
The subway in Sao Paulo has 5 lines and is open from Sunday to Monday from 4:40 a.m. and until around midnight, however, you should keep in mind that some stations close sooner than others so you should be careful and check your route and time tables before boarding a train. During the weekends, the subway operates until 1:00 a.m. so you can enjoy the famous nightlife of the city! The price of the metro varies depending in the type of route or if the traveling time is during peak hours. Check online so that you can choose the best type of ticket for your trip.
If you don’t feel like using the sometimes crowded metro system of Sao Paulo, you can easily find a taxi. The prices vary as to the distance and the time since taxis tend to be more expensive during the night or on special holidays. The fare is usually shown in red on the panel, you can ask your taxi driver if you have any doubts or ask what the total price to your destination would be before entering the taxi.
If you prefer to hire your own car and drive yourself around the city, you can rent a car since the biggest car rental companies have a representative in Sao Paulo. You should read beforehand about the traffic restrictions, traffic regulations and parking areas in Brazil in order to avoid fines.