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Known for its Italian cantinas, Bela Vista is the place to go for great pasta. Also called “Bixiga”, the area is an important cultural part of the city, with the bohemian and the religious costumes of its inhabitants on full display. In August, the large Nossa Senhora Achiropita party fills the streets with a variety of Italian food and music. You can experience the liveliness of the neighbourhood walking through the antiquities fair at Dom Orione Square or visiting the “Brazilian Caminito”, a version of the Argentinian street complete with colorful buildings. Bela Vista is also home to the traditional samba school “Vai-Vai”. Buy a ticket to a rehearsal and get a taste of what Carnival is like.
The main business quarter of Sao Paulo. The streets are lined with museums, parks, galleries and shop. There is a mixture of modern and classical architecture, with full length graffiti art down the length of town blocks, next to historically, european influenced buildings. I would definitely recommend one of the many rooftop cafes to take in the view and to...
Definitely a must if you are around the area. Free entrance on Tuesdays is a bonus.
Exhibits are interesting and very much a mixture of new and old.
Make sure you "keep your wits around you" as the location is the preferred "resting" spot for junckies, druggies, unwashed homeless and similar.
When we were there we saw many people participating in a new exhibit which was being built only with chop sticks glued together. It is a statement on what we can do as a united group. A must see when in San Paulo.
This place used to be part of the former Trianon Park Belvedere (where now lays MASP). For many years this building remained abandoned or sometimes serving as shelter for neighbourhood's homeless people. One of the most famous SP entrepreneur, Facundo Guerra, is know for revamping former and abandoned buildings and sites with historical importance to SP history. So in 2016,...
The food itself is good but we have been surprised by service.
As soon as you are at a table, without asking, the waiter brings the “couvert”, with olives and toast. After a couple of minutes, the waiter brought a carpaccio.
The problem is that you have to pay for it. It is not a courtesy of the restaurant.
Giovanni and Fabricio are great host. They do everything to make you happy! We went for the birthday of my daughter and we had a great time!! don’t hesitate this is a great place to spend a good time with the family!!
The Templo da Carne restaurant is since long time my favorite address for best meat enjoyment in Sao Paulo.
The service is always incredibly attentive and diligent.
As aperitif I had the obligatory Caipirinha cocktail made with Espírito de Minas Cachaca.
The Couvert de Casa Optional appetizer with Italian bread, butter, pate carrot, onion sauce and eggplant caponata beside of...
"The nicest hotel in town in the coolest part of town"
reviewed 28 January 2020 by estranger
Ten stars! The Ca' D'Oro is like staying at a St. Regis in the middle of Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Wonderful, personal staff, who remembered and remarked I was a repeat visitor, and gave me a room with a spectacular view in recognition of the loyalty.
Spotless, gloriously-quiet and well-designed rooms, something that is a rarity in São Paulo.
Super nice hotel near Paulista Avenue, which means close to everything one needs: shopping and food (Oscar Freire), art and culture (MASP) etc.
Clean and spacious rooms with highly recommended MALIN+GOETZ amenities and of course your own pair of havaianas.
attentive and friendly staff, delicious breakfast, good restaurant and piano bar. Small spa, but its quiet sufficient for a megacity...
This is situated close to the main Avenue Paulista and is next door to one of the many hospitals in the area. Staff here speak English and are very helpful. There is a great selection of food for breakfast. Unfortunately the safe in my room did not work.
"Convenient if you're traveling for business or leisure"
reviewed 28 March 2019 by LucasPicoli610
This Hotel is about a half mile, less than 1 km from the heart of the Paulista Avenue. You can walk (although its a steep hill) or take an Uber which shouldn't cost you more than R$8.00 reais. The rooms are very spacious and modern looking, bed is comfortable and they have cable TV with american and other international channels...
The location is very convenient, safe neighborhood, very central. Room was fine and clean, just slightly ageing, but no problems. Wi-Fi was great, English CNN on t.v... I like the nice shopping center you could enter from a side entrance near the hotel. Big choice of restaurants, including Outback steakhouse. Amazing that the airport bus stops directly in front of...