Latin America’s largest stock exchange. There is no longer a live trading floor to visit, but the lobby serves as a de facto museum,...
São Paulo’s first skyscraper, in a gorgeous 1929 Beaux Arts building, features a mansion built on top of its 26th-floor viewing terrace....
Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil
Housed in an extraordinarily and lovingly restored Beaux Arts building, this cultural center holds innovative exhibitions of...
Overwhelm yourself on the traditional sweets of Portugal, laid out here in a dizzying and mouth-watering 15m-long display case.
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For one of Sampa’s best panoramas, head to the top of this 161m-high skyscraper, Brazil’s version of the Empire State Building, completed in 1939. Ride free to the observation deck on the top floor for views of the city.
Note: you will need some form of ID to sign in. You'll need to hurry up and wait: first to sign in, then for an elevator to the 26th floor, then a second elevator and finally for the spiral staircase to the top. The five-minute maximum visit is enforced heavy-handedly, but the view will floor you.