Area Attractions


The largest city in the Southern and Western Hemispheres, thriving São Paulo serves as a worldwide center for commerce, arts, and entertainment. To fully experience the city, stroll down Paulista Avenue, the city's main artery lined with shops, restaurants, and cultural centers, which hosts a massive street fair each Sunday.

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Morumbi Shopping

Located a few meters from the Grand Hyatt São Paulo, Shopping Morumbi is one of the largest in the city and offers a variety of national and international clothing, cosmetics and electronics brands. In addition to shopping, you can enjoy the various dining options at the food court and cinema.

Market Place Mall

Market Place Shopping Center was the first mixed-use development of the Iguatemi chain, with two office towers. Customers find a strong concentration of services and leisure, essential items for the modern consumer. Recognized for the pleasant climate it provides, it has become a reference for the demanding São Paulo public, today, with the main fashion brands in the country.

JK Iguatemi

With a variety of stores and dining experiences, JK Iguatemi offers visitors a sophisticated design. The shopping center also has cinemas with 4D IMAX technology, where you can watch films with high quality images, while enjoying the taste of gourmet popcorn or delicious Belgian chocolates.

Iguatemi Faria Lima

At Iguatemi Faria Lima, you will have a shopping experience combined with comfort and refinement. Present on the list of the oldest malls in the city, it symbolizes elegance and sophistication. The variety of stores pleases people of all tastes and therefore, the place certainly deserves to be on your tourist itinerary in São Paulo.

Cidade Jardim Shopping

Shopping Cidade Jardim is more than a mall, it is a shopping center inspired by the most elegant streets in the world. Not by chance, the stores are all facing modern gardens, thus creating an atmosphere that mixes charm and sophistication. It offers leisure, gastronomy and a careful and complete selection of stores.

Oscar Freire Street

One of the noblest addresses for commerce in São Paulo, Rua Oscar Freire, in the Jardins region, is aimed at the public in tune with fashion. The tour is interesting for anyone interested in the fashionista universe. The street is a veritable fashion show and an invitation to see beautiful shop windows.


Street Musicians

São Paulo Museum of Moden Art (MASP)

Located on Avenida Paulista, one of the main avenues in São Paulo, MASP houses one of the best art collections in Brazil and South America. It is known for composing in his collection a sophisticated collection of European and Brazilian art that traces a memorable timeline from antiquity to the present day. Works by Rembrandt, Rubens, Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec and Raphael are examples of works on display that deserve to be visited and appreciated during your tour of São Paulo.

Pinacoteca do Estado

Pinacoteca do Estado is located in the central part of the city, opposite Luz Metro Station, in a building built in 1900, this art museum displays works from different eras, with a collection dating from the 14th century, as well as pieces by modern Brazilian artists. For those who like to appreciate works of art and history, it is an excellent place to be visited.

São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound

Founded in 1970, the Museu da Imagem e do Som is linked to the city's Secretary of Culture. Its activities consist of gathering works related to music, cinema, photography and graphic arts. With a collection of more than 200,000 images, MIS also presents a monthly program that includes, in addition to shows and exhibitions, concerts and festivals.

Museu do Futebol (Soccer Museum)

Football is one of the best known cultural events in Brazil and one of the main museums in São Paulo. Located at the Pacaembu Stadium, the Football Museum offers visitors a more intimate experience with this sport that has become popular and mixed, as well as Brazilian culture.

Catavento Museum

Catavento Espaço Cultural da Ciência offers children, youth and adults a playful, social and cultural space, rich in objects and interactive and informal learning environments, which contribute to the development of childhood and youth, awakening curiosity and interest in science. The space is located in the Palácio das Indústrias, the former seat of the São Paulo City Hall, the Espaço Cultural da Ciência.

Afro Brazil Museum

Located in the Padre Manoel da Nóbrega Pavilion, within the most famous park in São Paulo, the Ibirapuera Park, the Museum conserves, in an 11,000 m2 collection of more than 8,000 works, including paintings, sculptures, engravings, photographs, documents and pieces ethnological works, by Brazilian and foreign authors, produced between the 18th century and the present day. The collection covers various aspects of the African and Afro-Brazilian cultural universes, addressing topics such as religion, work, art, slavery, among other topics, while recording the historical trajectory and African influences in the construction of Brazilian society.

Museum of Zoology of the University of São Paulo

Most of the animals on display, in an area of 700 m², belong to the tropical fauna and were taxidermied or embalmed more than 50 years ago. At the entrance, there is information about the activities of the Museum's teachers and researchers. Animals are grouped according to their classification: fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, and invertebrates such as corals, crustaceans and molluscs. The Library, specialized in Zoology, has modern facilities and equipment, with a heritage of 73,850 volumes, of which 8,473 books, 2,364 journal titles, in addition to theses and maps.

Farol Santander

Farol Santander is one of the main cultural and leisure centers in the central region of São Paulo and occupies the Altino Arantes Building, a symbol of São Paulo and the third tallest skyscraper in the city. With a varied schedule, full of excellent exhibitions, one of the best views of the city and a secret bar in the old bank vault, visiting the Farol is one of those things you have to do in São Paulo.

Ipiranga Museum

The Ipiranga Museum has a collection of around 150,000 items, including collections of objects, furniture and works of art with historical relevance, especially those related to the period that encompasses the Independence of Brazil. Officially opened in 1895, it is the oldest public museum in São Paulo. One of the best-known works in its collection is the painting “Independence or death”, by artist Pedro Américo, from 1888.

Museum of the Portuguese Language – Luz Station

The Museum of the Portuguese Language is the visitor's meeting point with the language, literature and history, displayed through audiovisual resources and cutting-edge technology. Instead of walls, voices. Instead of works, interactive spaces. In the heart of São Paulo, at Estação da Luz, the Museum provides a sensory and subjective journey through the Portuguese language, the sixth most spoken language in the world, guided by words, authors and stars of Brazil.

Parks + Landmarks


Ibirapuera Park

Designed by Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer and landscaper Burle Marx, the imposing area makes Ibirapuera one of the largest parks in São Paulo. In its dependencies are the four lakes, Japanese garden, planetarium, Auditorium Ibirapuera and the oldest Museum of Modern Art in the country, the MAM. It is the perfect destination for those who want to rest, practice physical exercise, meet friends or appreciate works of art.

Parque do Povo (People’s Park)

Parque do Povo is located in the heart of Itaim Bibi. Inaugurated in 2008, it is one of the ideal places for those who want to practice outdoor physical activities or go out with the family. It has facilities that suit all ages and anyone who walks through it can contemplate the architecture of the neighborhood that brings together buildings ranging from the classic to the most modern. For those staying at the Hyatt, there is a bike path that provides easy access to the park, making the experience even more comfortable.

São Paulo Municipal Theatre

Completed in 1911, this grand building is admired for its elegant facade and rich interior reminiscent of the Paris opera house. It hosts the Symphonic Orchestra, Lyric Choir, City Ballet, and other events. Free guided tours are available.

São Paulo Cathedral

The towering neo-Gothic cathedral architecture features colorful stained glass and one of largest organs in Latin America. Intricate carvings throughout represent Brazil's flora and fauna, including coffee beans, pineapples, and armadillos.

Burle Marx Park

Located in the Morumbi neighborhood, Burle Marx is a park that was created by landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx. Its structure is made up of gardens and water features that make the visitor have a unique connection with nature and native vegetation.

Villa Lobos Park

Located in the West zone of São Paulo, Parque Villa Lobos is the ideal place for those who like to enjoy nature while practicing physical activity. Its extensive land of 732,000 m² is ideal for those who enjoy cycling. The pleasant climate of the green areas creates the perfect setting for a picnic.

Markets and Fairs

Trianon Arts Fair

Since the 1970s, a fair has been organized regularly on Sundays on the sidewalk in front of Parque Siqueira Campos, better known as Parque Trianon, on Avenida Paulista. Divided into four main segments, referring to Handicrafts, Plastic Arts, Floriculture and Food, the fair stands out for its wide variety, attracting not only different buyers, but also passers-by who take the opportunity to look and enjoy the diversity on display. Currently, the fair is already one of the main tourist programs in the city at the weekend.

Moema Art and Culture Fair

Since 1991 the fair takes place in the Moema neighborhood, which is open on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. On Sundays, the fair is set up in a more complete way, with a greater number of exhibitors offering various handicraft and visual arts works, in addition to stalls offering a variety of food items. On Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, from 9 am to 5 pm.

Benedito Calixto Square

In Benedito Calixto Square, the Feira da Praça is held, since 1987, every Saturday, from 9 am to 7 pm. To this day, the site is an intellectual and cultural landmark. Including this activity in your sightseeing tours in São Paulo is already a tradition among Brazilians and foreigners.

MASP Antiques Fair

Located on Paulista Avenue, the Museum of Modern Art is still part of the tourist itinerary. On site, the Antiques Fair takes place on Sundays, where you can have access to antique objects destined for collecting.

Embu das Arts Fair

Embu is a city located 45 minutes from São Paulo. Known as the city of arts and with a characteristic colonial style, it is home to artists and artisans of the most varied categories, such as paintings, sculptures, ceramics, leather and costume jewelry.



Estádio Municipal Paulo Machado de Carvalho, better known as Estádio do Pacaembu or simply Pacaembu, is a sports stadium located in Praça Charles Miller, at the end of Avenida Pacaembu, in the Pacaembu neighborhood, in the central area of the city of São Paulo, Brazil. It opened in the 1940s with a capacity for 70,000 spectators and, at the time, was considered the most modern stadium in South America.

Neo Química Arena

Neo Química Arena, formerly known as Arena Corinthians, is a football stadium located in the district of Itaquera, in the East Zone of the city of São Paulo, Brazil. Owned by Sport Club Corinthians Paulista, its capacity is 49,205 seats, making it the 13th largest stadium in Brazil.

Morumbi's Stadium

Morumbi Stadium is just a few minutes away from the Grand Hyatt São Paulo. Built to host soccer matches, it is also the official headquarters of the São Paulo Futebol Clube team. With a capacity to receive 77,011 people, it is the second largest in the country and hosts numerous classic games that are part of the national and international calendars, such as the Copa Libertadores.

Allianz Parque

With a contemporary structure, Allianz Parque is an arena located in the place of the former Palestra Itália and today is the football stadium used by the Palmeiras team. It is located in the Barra Funda neighborhood, very close to the subway station. In addition to football matches, it hosts shows by renowned artists and corporate events. In addition to these activities, the arena is also open for visitation on certain days of the week.


Roda Rico

Located in Parque Villa Lobos, the biggest Ferris Wheel in Latin America is in São Paulo, in Parque Cândido Portinari. See views from 91 meters in height on a ride of up to 30 minutes with 8 people in each of the 42 cabins.

Zoológico de São Paulo

In an area of 824,000 m², the Zoological Park of São Paulo is considered one of the ten best in the world, especially for the diversity of animals it houses. It is one of the few in the world to have a complete collection of cats and apes. It has rarities and endangered animals, such as the golden lion Taman and the giant anteater. The Zoological Park also has a library, shops, snack bars, restaurants, day care and parking. Since its opening in 1958, the São Paulo Zoo has received more than 85 million visitors.

Aquário de São Paulo

The São Paulo Aquarium (ASP) was inaugurated in 2006, in the Ipiranga neighborhood, being the first Thematic Aquarium in Latin America. With a total of 15,000 m² and 4 million liters of water, it is home to thousands of animals of hundreds of species, remaining as a reference in the treatment, well-being and management of animals. In addition, throughout these years of history, ASP has contributed to several conservation projects that work with animals in the natural environment.

Jardim Botânico

Founded in 1928, the Botanical Garden has 143 hectares, with various plant species. The Botanical Institute has a library with around 6,400 books and a privileged botanical collection. At the Botanical Museum there are samples of plants from the Brazilian flora, a collection of products extracted from plants and representations of ecosystems in the State. In the architectural-cultural complex of the place, in addition to the Museum, two greenhouses that house plants typical of the Atlantic Forest and temporary exhibitions, the Jardim de Lineu, the historic gate from 1894, and the landmark of the sources of the Ipiranga creek stand out.

Activities with Children