A view of the São Paulo skyline from a park, with a pond and a water fountain in the foreground.

São Paulo Tours

Tailor-made Itineraries by Local Experts
A view of the São Paulo skyline from a park, with a pond and a water fountain in the foreground.

São Paulo Tours

Tailor-made Itineraries by Local Experts

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Explore Brazil’s largest city with our private and small group São Paulo tours. As the most populated city in South America, São Paulo is the economic heart of Brazil and among the largest cities in the world. With a population that has grown to over 20 million, Sao Paulo is predominantly a city of immigrants; millions of Italians arrived here in the 19th century, followed by a massive wave of Japanese immigration and smaller groups of Lebanese and Germans. This cultural melting pot has created a unique and cosmopolitan culture different from the rest of the country. Contact us to plan your trip to this modern metropolis.

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Let our team of expert travel advisors help build your dream trip to South America. Our fully customizable vacation packages allow you to hand-pick the destinations you wish to see at the exact pace you wish to see them. All of our offerings are also vetted firsthand by our team to ensure top quality and comfort. Contact one of our travel experts today to start planning your once-in-a-lifetime trip!

What to Do in Sao Paulo

Visit Brazil’s most cosmopolitan city and discover its fascinating culture. Your Latin America For Less travel advisor can help you create the perfect itinerary tailored to your interests and preferences.

An aerial view of Paulista Avenue in Sao Paulo, an important avenue lined with skyscrapers.

Paulista Avenue


Paulista Avenue is a must see for any traveler in São Paulo and is considered by locals to be the beating heart of the city. It is lined with tall skyscrapers, shops, churches, restaurants, cafés, museums, and hotels.

Ibirapuera Park and an adjacent road, with the Sao Paulo skyline visible in the distance.

Sao Paulo Parks


Despite being characterized by skyscrapers and crowded streets, Sao Paulo also boasts numerous lush parks, including the serene Parque Do Ibirapuera and the tranquil Parque Trianon.

Plates of colorful Brazilian food on a wooden table, with a diner cutting into one of the dishes.

Sao Paulo Restaurants


Sao Paulo’s ethnically diverse population is reflected in the large number of restaurants offering varied and sophisticated cuisine. Take advantage of the opportunity to savor traditional and regional Brazilian fare while visiting the city.

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A helicopter flying over the Sao Paulo skyline, with a bright red sunset as a backdrop.

Adventure Tours

Ask your Latin America For Less travel advisor about how you can add some extra adventure to your personalized itinerary. Get your adrenaline pumping with hikes and multi-day treks, jungle expeditions, white water rafting trips, mountain biking tours and more. We are experts in planning personalized travel experiences in Latin America, so talk to one of our advisors today to start planning your adventure.

A couple holding hands while walking down an alley filled with street art in Sao Paulo.

Cultural Tours

Ask your Latin America For Less travel advisor about adding cultural tours and experiences to your personalized itinerary. Discover the rich cultures of Latin America and learn about the unique customs and traditions maintained by its people. We are experts in planning personalized travel experiences in Latin America, so talk to one of our advisors today to start planning your cultural tour.

A small indoor pool with a view of the Sao Paulo skyline at the Radisson Hotel Oscar Freire.

Spa & Wellness Tours

Ask your Latin America For Less travel advisor about how you can add spa & wellness tours to your personalized itinerary. Take advantage of a free day to enjoy some rest and relaxation at a resort, or visit a spa to unwind after a long day of exploring. We are experts in planning personalized travel experiences in Latin America, so talk to one of our advisors to start planning your spa & wellness tour.

An enormous sandwich stacked with many layers of meat and cheese at a market in Sao Paulo.

Food Tours

Ask your Latin America For Less travel advisor about how you can add food tours and culinary experiences to your personalized itinerary. Discover the unique cuisines of Latin America and enjoy exclusive visits to some of the world’s top restaurants. We are experts in planning personalized travel experiences in Latin America, so talk to one of our travel advisors today to start planning your food tour.

Lush greenery and trees surrounding a bridge crossing over a stream at Parque Ibirapuera.

Family & Friend Tours

Ask your Latin America For Less travel advisor about how you can add family-friendly tours to your itinerary. Our team can help you build the perfect trip for your family, whether your group has small children, teenagers, senior citizens, or all of the above. We are experts in planning personalized travel experiences in Latin America, so talk to one of our travel advisors today to start planning your family tour.

Explore Brazil

With stunning beaches, lush tropical forests, fascinating history and unique culture, Brazil offers many attractive destinations for travelers. Discover some of the best places to visit in Brazil below.

Rio de Janeiro


Also known as “The Marvelous City,” Rio de Janeiro brims with color, sound, rhythm, and joy. This sparkling city boasts one of the most naturally spectacular settings.

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Bonito


Bonito is an eco-tourism Mecca blessed with caves, waterfalls, and crystal-clear rivers. It’s a haven for nature and adventure lovers with great snorkeling opportunities.

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Buzios


Sitting at the end of a long sandy peninsula, Rio’s most exclusive beach resort of Buzios offers surfing, snorkeling, windsurfing, diving, or just simple relaxation.

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Florianopolis


Florianopolis, capital of Santa Catarina State, is a beautiful and bustling island city, and one of the few places in the world where antiquity and modernity unite in perfect harmony.

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Iguazu Falls


The name Iguazu comes from the Guarani phrase for “big waters,” although this can only begin to describe the majesty and magnificence of these gigantic waterfalls.

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Manaus


Lying on the Negro River a short distance upstream from the mighty Amazon, Manaus is a former rubber-boom port that is today the main jumping-off point for excursions into the Amazon.

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Ouro Preto


An 18th century gold-mining center, Ouro Preto is bursting with striking Baroque architecture and sacred art. It is the colonial jewel in the crown of Minas Gerais state.

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Pantanal


Among the best places in South America to see wildlife, Pantanal is a vast natural ecological paradise where you’re almost certain to see jaguars, caimans, anacondas, exotic birds, and more.

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Paraty


Home to some of the world’s most spectacular Portuguese colonial architecture, Paraty is set on a shoreline of jutting peninsulas and secluded beaches.

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Praia do Forte


Praia do Forte is a charming coastal town blessed with beautiful white sandy beaches, clear blue waters and tropical reefs. It’s a great place for turtle-watching from December to March.

Recife


Recife boasts dazzling stretches of white sandy beaches, while the nearby UNESCO World Heritage Site of Olinda is simply the largest and most beautiful site of colonial architecture in Brazil.

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Salvador da Bahia


Salvador da Bahia sits behind beautiful beaches and an island-studded bay. But the real draw is the vibrant Afro-Brazilian culture which is best seen through the region’s unique music.

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Sao Paulo Hotels

Discover the best places to stay in Sao Paulo with our top pick Sao Paulo hotels.

A modern room featuring a blue and white motif at the Radisson Hotel Oscar Freire in Sao Paulo.

Radisson Hotel Oscar Freire

★ ★ ★ ★

Rua da Consolacao, 3555, São Paulo

This excellent hotel is located in the neighborhood of Jardins, an upscale region of São Paulo. The hotel boasts a delicious breakfast buffet along with two in-house restaurants (Aquarium and Marcel), a spacious indoor heated pool and a sauna where guests are invited to relax.

A large bed in a spacious modern room at the Intercity Interactive Jardins hotel in Sao Paulo.

Tulip Inn Interative

★ ★ ★

Rua Jose Maria Lisboa 555, São Paulo

This lovely Hotel is located near the main financial and business center of São Paulo and only a 15-minute drive from Congonhas Airport with a vast selection of shops, bars, restaurants and cultural activities nearby. Its 123 rooms are comfortable and well equipped with a variety of amenities.

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Victoria, BC Canada


We would like to thank you and your team for a most enjoyable vacation. Considering the many countries (Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Brazil) we visited, and the 14 flights we took, all went well. I will certainly recommend Brazil For Less to those who would like a stress free holiday in South America.
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