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Utforska São Paulo

Parker och natur i São Paulo

Idrott och sport
“Beautiful park with several attractions: Museum of modern art, Japanese garden and planetarium. You can also rent a bike there or have a picnic by the lake. ”
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Allmän underhållning
“Walking distance from home, it is a very nice park to relax, meet people and have a walk ”
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“Good for a walk or for bringing kids to the playground. Small native tropical forest right in the middle of town.”
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“It's a tiny little park but one of my favourites. There's a running trail around the lake and early morning you can see cranes flying over the lake and many asian ladies walking or practicing dance. It's absolutely lovely.”
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“Smaller park, great to get to know the city and to try the endless bike routes that follow Rio Pinheiros next door. ”
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“It is a beautiful park with lots of nature and animals. Perfect to go for a walk. They have nice vegetarian brunch on weekends and organic market on Saturdays.”
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“Great modern art museum. Inside Ibirapuera Park, great place to be! Must-do”
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“Ibirapuera is one of Latin America's largest urban parks. It is designed along the lines of other great English landscape gardens built in the 20th century in major cities around the globe. ”
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“Opened in 1995. Its gardens were designed by landscape architect Burle Marx , who gave name to the park. With superior area 108.000m² , the park also has valuable buildings to our history and architecture , such as the " Casa de Taipa and Pilão " - dating from the XIX century - used by the named " Bandeirista cycle" .”
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“Small park, the closest one, good to have a walk, run a little bit and stretch your body on the grass.”
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“Walk forest trails, see inspiring floral displays and enjoy nature at São Paulo’s Jardim Botanico (Botanic Gardens). Featuring one of the last remaining examples of Atlantic Rainforest, these grounds preserve and protect Brazil’s western coastal environment. Look for local fauna, relax by the garden lakes and explore nearby attractions. The Botanic Gardens were built as part of a larger state park surrounding the city. Today, its 89-acre (36-hectare) area is home to about 380 species of native trees, which are preserved for research and animal habitats. Explore the garden’s many trails to find delightful displays of local plants.”
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“The Museu Paulista of the University of São Paulo (commonly known in São Paulo and all Brazil as Museu do Ipiranga) is a Brazilian history museum located near where Emperor Pedro I proclaimed the Brazilian independence on the banks of Ipiranga brook in the Southeast region of the city of São Paulo, then the "Caminho do Mar," or road to the seashore. It contains a huge collection of furniture, documents and historically relevant artwork, especially relating to the Brazilian Empire era.”
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“Espaco multicultural com atracoes gratuitas ou baratas e cafe com mirante para contemplar belas vistas da cidade”
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“A gorgeous park from the 19th century. It was the first image of São Paulo that the immigrants saw when they massive arrived from Luz Train Station between the 1870s and 1900s.”
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“For one of Sampa’s best panoramas, head to the top of this 161m-high skyscraper, Brazil’s version of the Empire State Building, completed in 1939. Ride free to the observation deck on the top floor for views of the city.”
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“O melhor bosque arborizado de Guarulhos, está a 800 metros de você, seja pra andar ou relaxar, não deixe de conhecer ”
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