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A holiday in Sao Paulo is for those who enjoy life in the fast lane, fantastic designer shopping and top-rated restaurants, and culture vultures who can make the most of the city's vibrant arts and entertainment calendar. It is a paradise though for shopping, eating, nightlife, and generally living it up among Brazil's wealthiest inhabitants.
Direct Flights to Sao Paulo, Brazil
The largest city in Brazil with a population of approximately 11 million, Sao Paulo is a major financial and business centre as well as being the country’s cultural capital with an array of museums and galleries.
Located in south eastern Brazil, this bustling city has an abundance of first class restaurants and fantastic bars and nightlife making for a memorable and exciting place to visit.
If you’re looking for direct flights to Sao Paulo, Brazil then British Airways and TAM Linhas Aereas fly directly from the UK. Usually, indirect flights involving a short transit can be a way of obtaining low cost flights.
Cheap Flights to Sao Paulo, Brazil
On arriving in Sao Paulo you’ll be amazed by the sheer number of high rise buildings and the Banespa skyscraper is the city’s tallest from where you will be able to take in fantastic views for miles around. Take a dip into the city’s rich history with a visit to some of its amazing museums and art galleries.
Some of the best are the Museo do Iparanga where you will find a huge collection of Brazilian artefacts housed in a palatial building set in stunning gardens. The exceptional Museum of Zoology is also worth a visit. Art lovers will be spoilt for choice in this cultural city.
The Sao Paulo Museum of Art with its extensive collection of paintings by the great masters such as Botticelli, Constable, Monet and Picasso is one not to be missed. For those travelling with families, why not try the zoological Gardens. Or, for a relaxing afternoon you can while away a few hours in the beautiful Botanical Gardens.
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Sao Paulo Climate
The climate of Sao Paulo may not be as congenial as other Brazilian cities, but it is warm and sunny enough by world standards. The weather remains mild to warm all year round, the lowest temperatures of around 54F (12C) being experienced during July and the maximum of around 82F (27C) being enjoyed during the hottest month of February. Sao Paulo receives around 53 inches (135cm) of rain a year, mostly during the summer months.
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