Area Attractions

The vibrant, modern, cultural city of São Paulo is the most important Brazilian business center and the largest city in both Brazil and the Southern Hemisphere. With its metropolitan area ranked among the largest in the world, you will find many things to do in São Paulo during your stay at Grand Hyatt.

Grand Hyatt São Paulo

Avenida das Nacoes Unidas 13.301
Sao Paulo, Brazil, 04578-000

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Shopping

Morumbi Shopping

One of the largest shopping malls in the city, Morumbi Shopping is located just a few blocks from the hotel and features over 450 stores, including department stores, men’s, women’s and children’s clothing, cosmetics and electronics among others. It also features movie theatres and restaurants.

JK Iguatemi

This distinctive shopping center boasts a variety of stores and dining experiences, as well as a movie theater. Bring the whole family to explore the designer and luxury shopping at JK Iguatemi. Watch a 4D IMAX movie, try gourmet popcorn, and experience delectable Belgian chocolates.

Etna

Located right across the street from the hotel, Etna is a mega store for home decoration and accessories, a unique São Paulo shopping experience. Here you will stylish practical solutions, from furniture to accents to decorate and make your life easier at home.

Iguatemi Faria Lima

Experience a comfortable and elegant shopping at Iguatemi Faria Lima in São Paulo. This mall is one of the oldest in the city and symbolizes elegance and sophistication. With a pleasant mix of stores, you will be sure to find anything you need.

Outdoor Markets and Fairs

Feira da Liberdade – Liberdade Fair

São Paulo is home to the largest Japanese community outside Japan. This outdoor ‘market’ takes place at Liberdade, the neighbourhood where the Japanese immigrants settled, and offers crafts, plants, oriental goods and several booths serving authentic Japanese food. The Liberdade Fair takes place every Saturday and Sunday during the day.

Praça Benedito Calixto

Taking place every Saturday, this market features a little bit of everything, with a highlight for the antiques and wood furniture. The market is set up in a town square and is surrounded by many interesting object designer stores.

Feira de Antiquidade do MASP – MASP Antique Fair

Held on Sundays, on the famous Paulista Avenue, the Art Museum of São Paulo, is one of the most famous antique fairs in the city! With the goal of collecting, it is an unforgettable tour in the metropolis. You can buy clothes, toys, frames, and much more.

Embu das Artes

Located 27 km away from São Paulo, Embu da Artes has an old colonial style. The city has earned the title of land of the arts. During weekends, you can find all kinds of crafts, artisan works, antique shops, colonial style furniture stores and paintings.

Museums

São Paulo Museum of Art (MASP)

With one of the finest art collections in not only Brazil, but also South America, this museum displays a substantial collection of both European and Brazilian art from antiquity to the present day. Works by Rembrandt, Rubens, Renoir, Toulouse-Lautrec and Raphael are among the amazing works on display. MASP is located on Paulista Avenue, one of the main streets in the city of São Paulo.

Pinacoteca do Estado

This art museum is located in the old downtown area, in a reclaimed building that dates back to 1905 and displays art works from the 14th century, as well as pieces by modern Brazilian artists. It is an excellent opportunity to learn about famous painters and see their works closely.

São Paulo Museum of Image and Sound

Inaugurated in 1970, The Museum of Image and Sound is linked to the City's Culture Secretariat. There is a monthly program of shows,, films, video, festivals, photography and graphic arts exhibitions. It is a interactive and fun ride.

Soccer Museum – Museu do Futebol

This project showcases one of the best-known cultural events in the country and allows visitors to understand how soccer, an elite, white English sport, gradually gained new features and became popular and mixed, just like the Brazilian culture. The Soccer Museum is located in the Pacaembu Stadium.

Parks

Ibirapuera Park

Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer and landscape artist Burle Marx designed one of the largest parks in Sao Paulo. Some of the many delightful features are four lakes, a plant nursery, a Japanese pavilion, the Planetarium, the Folklore museum and art museums, including the oldest museum of modern art in the country (MAM), the Marquise in Ibirapuera Park.

People’s Park - Parque do Povo

Located at the upscale and trendy Itaim Bibi neighbourhood, this park was inaugurated in 2008 and features three courts, a multi-user path for bikers and walkers, an outdoor gymnasium for the elderly and much vegetation.

Burle Max

This wonderful park is located in the residential Morumbi neighbourhood and on its over 130,000 square metres holds native vegetation species, palm trees, water mirrors and a lake that surrounds the park. Visitors enjoy a close connection with nature.

Villa Lobos Park

Villa Lobos Park, with its extensive area comprising 732,000 square metres, gathers well-being, cultural and sporting facilities. There are soccer courts, bike and trekking paths, a playground, a space for shows and concerts and additional recreational areas.

Stadiums

Morumbi Stadium

Home to the São Paulo Futebol Clube team, Morumbi Stadium is just minutes away from Grand Hyatt São Paulo. It is one of the largest soccer stadiums in the country and hosts numerous classic matches and an important international schedule, like the Libertadores Cup.

Allianz Parque

Arena that belongs to Sociedade Esportiva do Palmeiras, a brazilian football team, is known as the most modern arena in Latin America. And is scene to special shows, concerts and mainly, football matches.