Top 5 Must Do's in Sao PauloEdit This
Sao Paulo is the largest city in Brazil and is also the 7th
largest metropolitan area in the world. The city is a popular tourist destination and
has several beautiful, renowned landmarks. A visit will be
incomplete without visiting and taking part in some of its amazing activities.
Here is a list of the top 5 must-do’s while visiting Sao Paolo.
1. Train Ride to the Countryside
One of the things every traveler should do before leaving
San Paulo is take a train ride into the countryside. Escape from the rush of
the city traffic and enjoy a pleasant ride on the train.
The ride will take you to some of the beautiful urban towns where you can get
off and take a stroll down the roads and enjoy nature at its best. This is a
good way for you to relax and rejuvenate before leaving san Paulo.
2. St. Nicholas
The St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Cathedral at first sight may
look like a “Pagoda” to many people, but this is an ancient church in San Paulo.
Though the church is located in the center of San Paulo, it's surrounded by
beautiful low gardens and is a peaceful place. A visit to this Cathedral is a
must before leaving.
Unlike many other cities in the world, Brazil has its own
“Japantown” instead of a Chinatown. This is a unique experience for those
visiting Brazil, to find a Japantown in the center of San Paulo. The place is
a bit expensive but is worth the visit. You can experience the best of Japan
and Brazil in this great place. This is a must-do while visiting San Paulo.
4. Central Market
Another must-do while visiting San Paulo is taking a trip to
the Central market. When traveling to any country, one of the best ways to
experience the best of its local culture and flavor is to take a trip to the
central market. A great place to enjoy local
Brazilian shopping at its best. You can walk around and
buy Brazilian products. Visiting the central market is an experience you will
5. Jaragua Peak
Enjoy the beautiful view of San Paulo from this spot. The Jaragua hills are a forest reserve that offers visitors a unique experience of viewing the beauty of this city. Visiting the Jaragua hills is a must before leaving San Paulo. The reserve is open daily from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.