Tuesday to Sunday - Time: 5 hours


Pacaembu Area: The tour starts at the Pacaembu Football Stadium, where the group stops for a visit at the stadium; Visit Charles Miller Square, overlooking the most important neighborhoods.

Vila Madalena: In this traditional neighborhood of São Paulo, we will visit the Batman Alley, where we will stop for photos and visit the most beautiful graffiti murals.

Paulista and Jardins Area: Panoramic tour along Avenida Paulista (business center) and views of MASP, Trianon Park and other important buildings. We will stop to visit the House of Roses, a historic mansion that there is a Cultural Center for Brazilian Poetry and Literature.

Ibirapuera Area: The tour stop to take photos in front of Ibirapuera Park and some monuments as: Obelisk, Bandeiras Monument and July 9th Palace, It's the São Paulo State Congress.

Historical Center: Panoramic tour of the Liberdade neighborhood (Japantown) and stop at Sé Square to visit the Cathedral and the Pátio do Colégio (where the city was founded). The tour will continue through the historic center, passing through the Church and Monastery of São Bento, Municipal Theater, Anhangabaú Valley, República Square, Duque de Caxias Monument, São Paulo Concert Hall and other important historic buildings. The tour ends at Luz Railway Station, in front of the Pinacoteca Art Gallery.

  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan or van

  • Pick-up and drop-off at the Hotel

  • Tour Programming

  • Bilingual Tour Guide

  • Insurance

The City Tour presents the main tourist sites, monuments and historical landmarks of the city. During the tour, you will see the most different and surprising phases of urban and economic development, giving the travelers a new point of view on how São Paulo has become one of the most beautiful and important cities in the world.

Princing from:

per adult

Pricing policy:

*Special discounts from the third adult;

Children between 6 and 11 years old pay half;

Children up to 5 years do not pay.

Wear comfortable clothes and shoes for walking, as there are stops during the tour; take a raincoat or umbrella on a cloudy day; personal objects such as hats, sunglasses, cameras, etc; cards and money for personal expenses.


  • Tickets out of tour programming

  • Meals and drinks

  • Personal expenses

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