Ibirapuera Park

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São Paulo: Main City Sights in 7 Hours – Shared Group Tour

1. São Paulo: Main City Sights in 7 Hours – Shared Group Tour

Experience having a tour guide take you around the city of São Paulo on a group tour. Explore the Paulista Ave. area, the sophisticated south and southwest areas of São Paulo. Walk through business districts such as Brooklin and Itaim Bibi. Visit historical sites such as Sampaio Moreira building, City hall, Tea Viaduct, and Shopping Light. See 25 must-see São Paulo attractions on 1 tour. Stop and marvel at historic buildings including Italian Terrace, Copan, and Eiffel. Feel the vibrance of the city as you discover streets such as March 25th St., May 23rd Ave., Oscar Freire St., and Europa Ave. Visit must-see sights like the Obelisk, Bandeiras Monument and Ibirapuera Park. Marvel at religious sites such as Sé Cathedral, Saint Benedict Monastery, and Church Nossa Sra. do Brasil. Enjoy time for shopping, photos, and eating as you explore the city. Learn how São Paulo started as a small village and became the largest city in the Southern hemisphere, and one of the largest cities in the world.

São Paulo City Tour: MASP, Paulista Avenue and More

2. São Paulo City Tour: MASP, Paulista Avenue and More

During this 5-hour city tour you’ll see the top landmarks and monuments of São Paulo accompanied by a local guide. There will be a number of stops along the route to visit sites of particular interest. The first stop on the tour is at the Pacaembu Football Stadium, located near Charles Miller Square. You’ll have the opportunity to visit inside the stadium. Continue to Paulista Avenue, the business center of the city, and see the MASP, Trianon Park and other important buildings. Visit the House of Roses, a historical structure from the country’s coffee era. The next stop will be in the Ibirapuera area. Stop to take photos at Ibirapuera Park and of monuments such as the Obelisk, Bandeiras Monument and the Palácio 9 de Julho. Finally you’ll reach downtown São Paulo, where the city was founded. Drive through the Liberdade neighborhood (Japanese town) and stop to visit the Sé Cathedral and the Pátio do Colégio. If you like you can try a local coffee drink at a coffee shop. The tour continues, crossing the old center, and passing by the Church and Monastery of St. Benedict, Municipal Theater, Anhangabaú Valley, Republic Square, Duque de Caxias Monument, São Paulo Concert Hall and other important historic buildings. Finish off with a visit to the Luz railway station and see the Luz Park and the Pinacoteca.

Private São Paulo City Tour

3. Private São Paulo City Tour

São Paulo has more than 12 million inhabitants, 362 libraries, 58 museums, 69 theatres and concert halls, and many other cultural venues. Founded in 1554, the city expanded in the late 19th and early 20th centuries with the arrival of immigrants from all over the world, transforming the small village it used to be into the big cosmopolitan metropolis it is today. This city is the perfect place to get in touch with the different facets of the vast Brazilian culture. Don’t miss out on this private and tailor-made tour of this fascinating city. Join a knowledgeable tour guide in a private car or van, and get to know São Paulo. Enjoy sightseeing, walking around downtown, and visit amazing spots like the Pacaembu Stadium, Paulista Avenue, Ibirapuera Park, Se Cathedral Square, Luz Station and many, many more! The architecture of São Paulo is very rich – from old houses of the coffee barons to the modernistic style of Oscar Niemeyer, every street of the city’s expanded center has a hidden architectural gem. Art lovers will find amazing museums and cultural centers with the best of Brazilian and international art. The diversity of people also lends itself to a huge variety of cuisines to taste and explore.  Simply tell your guide what you’d like to experience and you’ll build the perfect day together.

São Paulo: 20-Minute Sightseeing Helicopter Tour

4. São Paulo: 20-Minute Sightseeing Helicopter Tour

Your aviation adventure begins at Campo de Marte Helipad with a safety briefing before you board the helicopter and set off for a bird's eye view tour of São Paulo. As you fly over this vibrant city, admire unforgettable panoramic views of the landscape below and appreciate this truly unique experience. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to marvel at the valleys, buildings, and iconic landmarks of the city from the skies. On this magnificent adventure, enjoy the unique opportunity to fly over the beloved city of São Paulo aboard a wonderful Robinson helicopter. From the sky, see the main city sights including Sé Cathedral, the Ipiranga Museum, Paulista Avenue, Ibirapuera Park, the Municipal Theater, Luz Station, the Municipal Market, Pacaembu Stadium, the Anhangabaú Valley, the Copam Building and much more.

Private Tour Sum-up of São Paulo – Optional Airport Pickup

5. Private Tour Sum-up of São Paulo – Optional Airport Pickup

Following pick-up at your place, come aboard your comfortable vehicle. Make a stop at the popular Ibirapuera Park, admire the huge green space and take that famous photo at the iconic monument symbol of São Paulo. Climb up to the terrace of the MAC Museum and enjoy a unique panoramic view of the city. Then we drive along the iconic May 23 ave. towards the Japanese neighborhood. Afterward, stop at the Sé Cathedral and continue on getting across the downtown passing by several historical buildings with a break at the Municipal Market. We then pass by the multicultural Paulista Ave, the Jardins neighborhood, Oscar Freire St with a stop at the Batman’s alley full of colorful graffitis. Enjoy time for shopping, photos, and eating as you explore the city. Learn how São Paulo started as a small village and became the largest city in the Southern hemisphere, and one of the largest cities in the world

São Paulo City: 5-Hour Private Tour

6. São Paulo City: 5-Hour Private Tour

Visit the main attractions of São Paulo for a great introduction to the city, and learn how a small village became one of the biggest and most diverse cities on the planet. With a population of over 11 million, São Paulo is the most cosmopolitan city in Brazil and attracts visitors from around the world. On this 5-hour tour priced for up to 2 persons you’ll see important landmarks, including the Neo-Gothic Catedral da Sé, completed in 1967 after more than 50 years of construction. Travel by air-conditioned vehicle, riding through the financial district, along Avenida Paulista. Visit the city’s most traditional food market and discover diverse neighborhoods, such as the Asian enclave of Liberdade, home to the largest Japanese population outside of Japan. You will also get to visit Vila Madalena, the artistic-bohemian neighbourhood of São Paulo. Get a better understanding of São Paulo’s cultural life, admiring Oscar Niemayer’s Edifício Copan and the concrete and glass São Paulo Museum of Art (MASP).

Sao Paulo: Urban Guided Bike Tour

7. Sao Paulo: Urban Guided Bike Tour

Uncover the hidden secrets of the streets of Sao Paulo on this guided biking tour. Listen as your guide stops to share facinating insights in neighborhoods like Vila Madalena, Pinheiros, Faria Lima Avenue, Jardins, and Batman Alley. Admire murals, graffiti, and skyscrapers on your ride. Meet your guide at the tour supplier's office and get fitted with your bike and helmet. Begin your biking tour through the city's network of bicycle lanes at a relaxed pace. Admire the murals and graffiti in the bohemian neighborhood of Vila Madalena. Continue through the bustling Pinheiros neighborhood. Ride on the bike path of Faria Lima Avenue and gaze up at the corporate and residential skyscrapers. Return to the Vila Madalena district and cross into the Jardins district to see  upscale cafes, restaurants, and boutiques. Visit the greenery in Ibirapuera park before reaching Batman Alley, which is an area where virtually no surface is left untouched with art. Marvel at some of the most impressive murals in the city before returning to your starting point. 

São Paulo: 5-Hour Private City Highlights Tour

8. São Paulo: 5-Hour Private City Highlights Tour

Get the best of São Paulo on this 5-hour guided city tour. Travel to the most impressive spots in the city, like the Japanese Neighborhood and the Municipal Market. Explore São Paulo's most influential historical periods and visit lesser-known gems along the way with your local guide. Start your guided adventure at the old center and explore São Paulo's vibrant Japanese neighborhood. Continue to Bairro da Luz and see an English train station built in 1901. As you stroll, your local guide will tell you the interesting facts and stories behind every turn. Step into the Pinacoteca, one of the most important Brazilian art museums, and admire the works of the Brazilian masters. Next, arrive at the famous Municipal Market. Here, take in the aromas from the colorful food stalls and try some authentic Brazilian cuisine. Stop at the best viewing points throughout the city to capture one-of-a-kind photos and discover hidden spots only locals know about.

São Paulo: Full-Day Guided City Tour from the Port of Santos

9. São Paulo: Full-Day Guided City Tour from the Port of Santos

You’ll begin your tour by being picked up as soon as you disembark your cruise ship, enjoying a private transfer to São Paulo, Brazil’s largest city. The route of your journey will be a memorable one, traveling on Serra do Mar road alongside a pristine forest reserve. Once in São Paulo, you’ll first start by visiting the downtown area, the Liberdade neighborhood, where the Japanese settled in São Paulo at the beginning of the 20th century. Your next stop will be a prominent municipal market in town, the best place to get in touch with a whole range of local products and to learn something about São Paulo culture and gastronomy. After this, you'll pass by the renowned Paulista Avenue, located in one of the city’s bustling financial districts before stopping off at Ibirapuera Park, an area of lush greenery spanning 158 hectares that was inaugurated in 1954. When the tour finishes, you’ll be driven back to the port of Santos.

Santos: Private 8-hour São Paulo Overview

10. Santos: Private 8-hour São Paulo Overview

This tour is designed to be totally flexible, featuring a broad range of possible sights to see, activities to do, or topics to explore in São Paulo based on your interests and available time. You can either follow your guide's suggested itinerary, or just select specific sights focusing more on culture, history, and social-economic aspects of the city and Brazil. Also on offer to immerse yourself in are the topics of local architecture, street art, local crafts and design, fashion, photography, business, sports, LGBTQ culture, nature, and religion. Alternatively, you can go shopping, uncover local gastronomy, and engage in local art. Your guide will be at your disposal throughout your entire experience.  Some suggested sites include Ibirapuera Park, Obelisk, the Bandeiras Monument, the Assembly Seat, the Contemporary Art Museum, the Liberdade Neighborhood, the Sé Cathedral, and the Brooklin neighborhood, among many more.

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What people are saying about Ibirapuera Park

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 225 reviews

Wow what a day! Bruno was our guide. And Seven was the name of the driver. Both amazing at their jobs. Bruno was such a character and entertained us the whole day. He was so empathetic to our needs and questions. I would recommend this tour to anyone who needs to see Sao Paulo in less than 24 hours. I actually think it was one of the best days of my life.

Bruno the tour guide and Renaldo are great. We had a lovely day, he managed our expectations well and we got to see a lot. Bruno was knowledgeable and it was a great day. If you have a day to spare this tour is a must

The most amazing city with so much to tell. The city is so alive. Our guide was the best Mauricio is an amazing guy and passionate about what he does. Enjoyed all the stops.

MY TOUR GUIDE WAS AMAZING HE KNEW THISNGS ABOUT SÃO PAULO THAT I DIDN´T KNOW EVEN LEAVING HERE FOR ALMOST 30 YEARS!GREAT CHOISE!

Covered the main sights in this huge city. perfect start for more explorations afterwards.