São Paulo’s most splendid construction, this theater was begun in 1903 in the style of Paris’ Palais Garnier. Its heavily ornamented...
SP Free Walking Tour
Culls over 450 years of Sampa history into a long but fascinating 'Old Downtown' walk twice a week at 11:30am. The tour meets and ends...
Avenida São Luís
Praça da República is an always-lively square a few blocks northwest of Anhangabaú that turns into an open-air market on Sundays,...
A Sampa classic near Praça da República with a well-preserved wood-paneled interior, Brahma remains a popular after-work hangout for...
Great-value Peruvian classics like ceviche and lomo saltado await adventurous travelers at this unsigned authentic 2nd-floor dive in...
Lonely Planet review
A São Paulo tradition, Ponto Chic is famous for its efficient, bow-tied staff and the extravagant R$12 bauru – a sandwich of beef, tomato, pickle and melted cheeses on French bread.