Head down to Paulista Avenue and you’ll find towering skyscrapers, the Sao Paulo Museum of Art, luxury hotels and trendy coffee shops. Many of Sao Paulo’s main attractions though are spread throughout the city. Other museums worth visiting include Catavento Cultural, located in the Parque Dom Pedro II, and Pinocoteca do Estado in the Downtown area.
Parque Ibirapuera is one of the largest public parks in South America, while the Museu de Futebol (football museum) at Estadio Pacaembu is a great place to discover Brazil’s national obsession.
To get a good view of Sao Paulo’s sprawling and continually growing skyline, head to the Banespa Tower, which has an observation deck located on the 34th floor.