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I would say 4-5 stars for the building which is really nice, a 1929 art deco tall building with a mansion on top that you can see well from Banespa building (paying visit, not free as some guidebooks say), but 1 star for the visit...More
Go to the website posted in info here on TA and see the announcment under "Visitas" with message that translates to :
"VISITATION IS SUSPENDED FOR AN INDETERMINATED TIME FOR INTERNAL USE OF SÃO PAULO URBANISMO. THANK YOU FOR UNDERSTANDING."
Otherwise, its another business office...More
We saw the Martinelli Building whilst on a tour. A historical building with an interesting history. You used to be able to go up the top for free however this is no longer the case as of recently - shame as the view would be...More
When I got to the entrance of the building, I went to ask how do I get to the roof and they told me that they are no longer allowing visit to the roof. That they do not know when they will start again the...More
Martinelli Building is not the tallest building in SP but is the tallest open for visitors. It's free and you'll find a beautiful lookout of the whole city, even the skyline of the Paulista Avenue. I was there in an afternoon of a week day...More
It's a historical building where you can visit the rooftop. The rooftop was home to a very wealthy family in the past, so it's a place rich in details to see. It has a gorgeous view of the city and it's not near as packed...More
Part of the historical centre of São Paulo, República was once a fancy residential area. República Square holds a craft and food fair every weekend, right by the subway entrance. Nearby, one of the neighbourhood’s main attractions is the Italian Building, where you can see the city from the 42nd floor. The Copan Building also deserves a close look, with 1,160 apartments and a huge floor area that
inspired filmmakers and other artists. To get the feeling of São Paulo in the beginning of the 1900s, visit the Municipal Theatre – you will be amazed by its architecture. The area also features several galleries. República is a great area to explore during daytime, but use caution if visiting alone at night.