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The biggest green space in São Paulo, makes a fine escape from citys seemingly infinite stretches of concrete. The leafy 2 km park serves as a thriving center of the city's cultural life and museums.
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Most comprehensive collection of Western art. the museum, designed by architect Lina Bo Bardi and completed in 1968, is considered a classic of modernism.
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This is where you will find some of the city's most over-the-top shopping, especially along Alameda Lorena and, above all, Rua Oscar Freire, with its show-stopping series of boutiques.
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Famous for its pernil (pork loin) sandwiches served on crusty French bread, this no-frills stand-up joint is justifiably popular with both taxi drivers and the late-night revelers.
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This steak house is a local favorite for its combination of fine, reasonably priced grilled meats, old-fashioned service and late hours. They have another dining room just across the street.
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This elegant neoclassical museum houses an excellent collection of Brazilian - art from the 19th century to present, including works by big names such as Portinari and Di Cavalcanti.
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A Sampa classic near Praça da República with a well-preserved wood-panelled interior, Brahma remains a popular after-work hangout for professionals, and offers up live music most nights after 21:00.
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Recently inaugurated Museu da Língua Portuguesa museum, with fascinating permanent exhibits documenting the rise of the Brazilian language as distinct from European Portuguese.
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At the northern edge of the Triângulo, you'll find the austere but impressive Mosteiro São Bento, which is among the city's oldest and most important church, though its neo-Gothic façade.
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Praça da Liberdade is the neighborhood's main square and also the location of its metro stop. It hosts an open-air market on Saturday and Sundays. There are many Asian shops and restaurants.
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Tucked under the bleachers of a colorfully art-deco Pacaembu Stadium, the museum is devoted to Brazil’s greatest passion – football. Its multimedia displays over two floors.