State of Sao Paulo Holidays

Led by its namesake city, a gigantic metropolis with over 10 million inhabitants, Sao Paulo is an economic powerhouse for the country, bringing home a third of Brazil’s collective bacon. In the city of Sao Paulo, a common landing point for travelers, you’ll find a cosmopolitan lifestyle and excellent restaurants. Like the rest of Brazil, Sao Paulo ... Read more
has a diverse population which includes some of the largest concentration of Japanese and Italians outside their countries. The city Campos do Jordao is known for its European architecture and Classical Music Festival, while the Caverna do Diabo (devil’s cave) at the southernmost tip of the state is one of Brazil’s most beautiful.
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The climate in the State of São Paulo varies by altitude. São Paulo proper is warm, with temperatures ranging from 66-85F (19-29C) year-round, while the higher and lower elevations are about 5-10 degrees (2-5 ... Read more
degrees Celcius) cooler and warmer, respectively. Another major factor you should consider before booking your trip: Rain. Heavy rains are common during Brazil’s summer (January - March), but the period between April and December is far more pleasant, with many more dry, sunny days, fewer crowds, and a full cultural calendar to boot.

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São Paulo

My favorite place in the World. No, I'm not kidding. São Paulo is noisy, chaotic, crowded, but I love . Ow and it's considered The Capital of Business. Worth knowing.

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Angra Dos Reis

This place is good to do business! If you are going to visit Brazil for the first time I would not recommend. São Paulo I would suggest Rio de Janeiro

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The largest city in the southern hemisphere offers non stop entertainment and cultural events all year around. This metropolis is a melting pot of cultural diversity and the main hub of access for the rest of Brasil.

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São Paulo is the best place for living.
I'm living in São Paulo at 30 years

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