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São Paulo is Brazil's exciting hub of business, art, and gastronomy. Join local expert Luis to witness all this exciting city has to offer, by foot and by car. Luis majored in History of São Paulo and will give you unique and fascinating insight into the city. Discover the most important historic and cultural sights of the city with this expert guide. Beyond stopping at the popular spots, you’ll also get a peek into the daily life of a paulistano (São Paulo locals).
See favorite local spots like the Liberdade neighborhood, home to the largest Japanese community outside of Japan, and Paulista Avenue, where you can find the most expensive real estate in all of Latin America. This half-day tour will give you a true feel for what it truly means to be a paulistano, leaving you eager to keep on exploring on your own!
This tour is easily accessible to people of all ages and physical abilities. Please inform your local guide if you need accommodations.
Pickup and drop-off are only available for centrally located accommodations. Pickup at further locations can be arranged for an additional cost.
Tour was great. Despite of rain we managed to view a lot of sites. Luis passed a lot of the informaiton SP, it's history etc in the very interesting, passionate way. There was no option to get borred.
November 6th, 2017 Report ⚐
Born and raised in São Paulo, I know this city like the back of my hand, from the best museums to the top restaurants to the most fascinating hidden gems. The city has been my playground, and it is home to a bustling Brazilian and international culture just waiting to be explored. In short, it’s the perfect city for travelers - that is, if you know where to go.
Before I was a guide, I worked in many different fields such as urban planning, NGOs, and government agencies. Yet, none of it was for me. I didn’t want to sit at a desk; I wanted to be out and about, exploring. In university, I studied tourism and history of São Paulo, so I decided put these two fields into action and give leading tours a try. I’ve been a guide since 2005 and have fallen in love with the profession. I like to think of myself more than just a guide though - I want to be a local friend, someone who shows travelers beyond just the touristy parts of the city. I want my guests to really feel welcomed to Brazil, to fall in love with the city, and to leave with a true understanding of the culture. On my tours, you’ll see parts of the city even residents don’t know about, you’ll discover the finest art and architecture of the city, and you’ll leave with a newfound appreciation for Brazil’s rich history and diverse ecosystems. Join me and discover the secrets of what makes Brazil so great!
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