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Flight from Bogotá to Sao Paulo whit Viva

Ibirapuera Park
Ibirapuera Park

It is one of the most visited places by its inhabitants and of course by tourists, this park has an extension of 1.584 Km2, in it you can find three lakes, five cultural buildings and two of the most important monuments of the area, the Obelisk and the monument of Flags.  Thanks to its large green areas it is considered the lung of the city, it is definitely the perfect place for any leisure activity.

Paulista Avenue
Paulista Avenue

The most imposing avenue of the city, the place where you find large buildings, most of them with heliports. It is known mainly for being a financial area; however, being a tourist attraction, it also has a wide range of hotels, restaurants, shopping, among others. While you are there, we recommend visiting the Art Museum of São Paulo, the Trianon Park, and the Casa das Rosas, one of the oldest buildings.

Santos
Santos

Just 70 kilometers from Sao Paulo you can visit the municipality of Santos and enjoy a day at the beach. To get to know the historic center of Santos, you can take a streetcar tour, in which you will visit the main squares, monuments and churches. Then you can visit Itararé beach, where you can choose between sunbathing or climb to the top of Itararé hill to admire the coast of São Vicente and the island of Porchat.

Japanese Neighborhood
Japanese Neighborhood

It is located in the Liberty District, near downtown Sao Paulo. This is one of the neighborhoods with the largest number of Japanese immigrants in the world, currently there are also Chinese and Koreans. Elements such as the street lamps, the houses, the market and even the newspaper published in Japanese, make you feel as if you were in Japan. Don't miss the experience of eating and enjoying Japanese culture in Brazil.

Metropolitan Cathedral
Metropolitan Cathedral

It is located in the center of the city, in the Sé Square, for which it is also known as the Sé Cathedral. It has a dome typical of the Renaissance style; however, it is one of the five main Gothic temples in the world, and the largest in Sao Paulo. In its crypt are the tombs of the archbishops of Sao Paulo, as well as several marble sculptures by Francisco Leopoldo e Silva.

Sao Paulo Aquarium
Sao Paulo Aquarium

It is a place where you will not only meet fish, the aquarium is divided by zones according to the animal habitat of each species. In the Brazilian jungle zone you will see caimans, lizards, iguanas and snakes; in the Dinosaur Valley zone, you will see replicas and a paleontological museum; in the South Pole zone, there are penguins; in the oceanarium, sharks and rays; and in the Mammals zone, you will meet monkeys, toucans, otters, tamanduá and Tapajós (manatee breeding), and Thunder (sea lion). It is an adventure not to be missed

Ibirapuera Park
Ibirapuera Park

It is one of the most visited places by its inhabitants and of course by tourists, this park has an extension of 1.584 Km2, in it you can find three lakes, five cultural buildings and two of the most important monuments of the area, the Obelisk and the monument of Flags.  Thanks to its large green areas it is considered the lung of the city, it is definitely the perfect place for any leisure activity.

Paulista Avenue
Paulista Avenue

The most imposing avenue of the city, the place where you find large buildings, most of them with heliports. It is known mainly for being a financial area; however, being a tourist attraction, it also has a wide range of hotels, restaurants, shopping, among others. While you are there, we recommend visiting the Art Museum of São Paulo, the Trianon Park, and the Casa das Rosas, one of the oldest buildings.

Santos
Santos

Just 70 kilometers from Sao Paulo you can visit the municipality of Santos and enjoy a day at the beach. To get to know the historic center of Santos, you can take a streetcar tour, in which you will visit the main squares, monuments and churches. Then you can visit Itararé beach, where you can choose between sunbathing or climb to the top of Itararé hill to admire the coast of São Vicente and the island of Porchat.

Japanese Neighborhood
Japanese Neighborhood

It is located in the Liberty District, near downtown Sao Paulo. This is one of the neighborhoods with the largest number of Japanese immigrants in the world, currently there are also Chinese and Koreans. Elements such as the street lamps, the houses, the market and even the newspaper published in Japanese, make you feel as if you were in Japan. Don't miss the experience of eating and enjoying Japanese culture in Brazil.

Metropolitan Cathedral
Metropolitan Cathedral

It is located in the center of the city, in the Sé Square, for which it is also known as the Sé Cathedral. It has a dome typical of the Renaissance style; however, it is one of the five main Gothic temples in the world, and the largest in Sao Paulo. In its crypt are the tombs of the archbishops of Sao Paulo, as well as several marble sculptures by Francisco Leopoldo e Silva.

Sao Paulo Aquarium
Sao Paulo Aquarium

It is a place where you will not only meet fish, the aquarium is divided by zones according to the animal habitat of each species. In the Brazilian jungle zone you will see caimans, lizards, iguanas and snakes; in the Dinosaur Valley zone, you will see replicas and a paleontological museum; in the South Pole zone, there are penguins; in the oceanarium, sharks and rays; and in the Mammals zone, you will meet monkeys, toucans, otters, tamanduá and Tapajós (manatee breeding), and Thunder (sea lion). It is an adventure not to be missed

Ibirapuera Park
Ibirapuera Park

It is one of the most visited places by its inhabitants and of course by tourists, this park has an extension of 1.584 Km2, in it you can find three lakes, five cultural buildings and two of the most important monuments of the area, the Obelisk and the monument of Flags.  Thanks to its large green areas it is considered the lung of the city, it is definitely the perfect place for any leisure activity.

Paulista Avenue
Paulista Avenue

The most imposing avenue of the city, the place where you find large buildings, most of them with heliports. It is known mainly for being a financial area; however, being a tourist attraction, it also has a wide range of hotels, restaurants, shopping, among others. While you are there, we recommend visiting the Art Museum of São Paulo, the Trianon Park, and the Casa das Rosas, one of the oldest buildings.

Santos
Santos

Just 70 kilometers from Sao Paulo you can visit the municipality of Santos and enjoy a day at the beach. To get to know the historic center of Santos, you can take a streetcar tour, in which you will visit the main squares, monuments and churches. Then you can visit Itararé beach, where you can choose between sunbathing or climb to the top of Itararé hill to admire the coast of São Vicente and the island of Porchat.

Japanese Neighborhood
Japanese Neighborhood

It is located in the Liberty District, near downtown Sao Paulo. This is one of the neighborhoods with the largest number of Japanese immigrants in the world, currently there are also Chinese and Koreans. Elements such as the street lamps, the houses, the market and even the newspaper published in Japanese, make you feel as if you were in Japan. Don't miss the experience of eating and enjoying Japanese culture in Brazil.

Metropolitan Cathedral
Metropolitan Cathedral

It is located in the center of the city, in the Sé Square, for which it is also known as the Sé Cathedral. It has a dome typical of the Renaissance style; however, it is one of the five main Gothic temples in the world, and the largest in Sao Paulo. In its crypt are the tombs of the archbishops of Sao Paulo, as well as several marble sculptures by Francisco Leopoldo e Silva.

Sao Paulo Aquarium
Sao Paulo Aquarium

It is a place where you will not only meet fish, the aquarium is divided by zones according to the animal habitat of each species. In the Brazilian jungle zone you will see caimans, lizards, iguanas and snakes; in the Dinosaur Valley zone, you will see replicas and a paleontological museum; in the South Pole zone, there are penguins; in the oceanarium, sharks and rays; and in the Mammals zone, you will meet monkeys, toucans, otters, tamanduá and Tapajós (manatee breeding), and Thunder (sea lion). It is an adventure not to be missed

Frequently asked questions for Sao Paulo

Although there are more than 150 indigenous languages, the official language is Portuguese.

The best season is between April and September, as those are the months with the least rain.

Being a very soccer-loving city, it is among the 5 cities in the world with the most stadiums. It has a total of 15 stadiums, but the most representative are Morumbí (Sao Paulo), Corinthians Arena (Corinthians), Allianz Parque (Palmeiras), Pacaembú and Canindé (Portuguesa).

The Colombian peso is used; however, in Maicao the presence of the Venezuelan bolivar is noticeable.

Among the main typical dishes we find; the Baru sandwich, Virado á Paulista (beans and pork), Acarajé (stuffed shrimp), and Cuscuz Paulista (salty cake).

Among the most outstanding are; Carnival, which is celebrated in February throughout Brazil, the festival of San Vito, celebrated by the Italian community of Sao Paulo from mid-May to early July, the International film festival, is celebrated between October and November, and is one of the most important in Latin America.

Throughout the year the temperature is from 13 °C to 28 °C, occasionally dropping below 10 °C or rising above 32 °C. Its summers are very hot and the winter is very short.

The gentilicio used for the inhabitants of São Paulo is paulistanos, but they are more commonly known as paulistas.

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