São Paulo What sets

Beautiful, rich, intellectual, democratic, alive, sporting, cultural, sentimental, romantic, modern, serious, outgoing, professional. After all, what defines Sao Paulo? There is absolutely no adjective that could precisely what is one of the world’s megacities.

Forged by nationalities, cultures, beliefs, philosophies and ideals, this great pioneering metropolis is truly cosmopolitan, by vocation and adoption. It is Italian, German, Jewish, Portuguese, Japanese, Chinese, French, African, Arabic, Spanish, Latin, Brazilian, São Paulo. These and many other facets are present in the architecture of the buildings, the streets, the refined tastes of their culinary delights and in the styles and mannerisms of a people who never stop, day-to-day valiantly writing the history of the city.

We can describe the grandeur of São Paulo many ways. Stressing that it houses the largest hotel complex in Latin America, the most comprehensive hospital in the country and focuses on its territory the largest Brazilian cultural center. It is also one of the international capitals of gastronomy, fixed target large events, fairs and exhibitions recognized worldwide headquarters of academic centers and renowned research, and so much more.

The capital is one of the few places merge harmoniously modernity and history. Has played host to major events involving from the banks of Ipiranga, through political, cultural revolutions and protests in favor of democracy. Home to hundreds of cinemas, museums, theaters, historic and cultural heritage, parks, concert halls, theme parks, restaurants, bars, hotels, event spaces, fairs, shopping centers, and specialized shopping districts.

Each year, about 13 million visitors come to the city to the business or professional contacts, shopping or enjoy a cultural options in sync with what is done in the world. Being in São Paulo is to experience a metropolis 24 hours, with a lifestyle that combines work and leisure as if they were two sides of the same coin. Capital of a UK size of the state, with a population close to that of Spain and generating almost half of the Brazilian economy, São Paulo has also become the first tourist destination in the country. So, fill your chest with pride to make you an invitation:

Come to São Paulo,
It’s All Good!