Samba Your Worries Away in Seductive São Paulo on Private Tours
Samba your worries away in seductive São Paulo on Private Tour. Sampa as the locals call it is the largest city in the region and the New York or Tokyo of South America. Situated near the Piratininga plateau and surrounded by many rivers and forestry this city is unique.
Immigrants from all corners of the world can be found in São Paulo, and the influence of Spanish, German, Portuguese, Jewish, African, Japanese and Arab residents can still be felt in its way of life and culture. The Japanese Immigration Museum is one such cultural building dedicated to the Japanese culture and a unique guided private tour.
Any foodies or gourmands will love the restaurants and smart bistros on your guided tour of the city, Sao Paulo is food heaven and world renowned for its eclectic food scenes.
One of the most difficult things to understand about the city is its size. On your São Paulo custom tour of the beautiful 46-story Itália Building on Avenida Ipiranga is a great way to get an idea of how far it the city spreads on the observation deck.
São Paulo Things to See and Do
On Your Custom Private Tour of the Beautiful 46-story Itália Building on Avenida Ipiranga
While it is not the tallest tower in São Paulo, on your guided sightseeing tour see what the Edifício Itália tower offers, with some of the most beautiful views from its central position of this unique city.
This building with it's vertical style design, so typical in São Paulo City, has a tower overlooking the cities historic center which also allows you to view the many unique designed buildings in the city and the spectacular surrounding areas.
Enjoy a beautiful meal in the roof restaurant, surrounded by glass and with its panoramic views this is fabulous and a must do in São Paulo.
Travel Tips for Sao-paulo
Therefore, the best time to visit São Paulo is definitely during the winter season. In winter, normally the city experiences a cloudy climate with showers but is not so cold even at night. From July to September, daytime is usually quite warm with bright sunlight that suits perfectly for the beach destinations and to explore the beautiful natural sceneries of São Paulo.
Generally, Tipping is not compulsory and also not expected from the local people. Service charges (around 10 %) are added to hotel or restaurant bills at the end. Additional tips can be given just to appreciate good service or to round up the bill to a whole number. Also, it is not obligatory to give tips to the taxi drivers. However, taxi drivers round up the fare as a tip for their services.
In this beautiful city, one needs to be concerned about safety especially whilst travelling on foot. It is necessary to take precautions whilst walking in crowded areas, as due to the poverty in the surrounding areas of the city, the crime rate is quite high. It is always good to keep valuable items, passport and additional cash in the hotel safe.
This city of São Paulo falls under a tropical wet and dry climate, which is normally mild in all seasons. Summer season starts from the month of December and lasts until February when temperatures might rise a little high with low humidity. Rainfall can be expected during the summer due to high temperatures and sometimes it can last for consecutive days