Today I'm in:


São Paulo, Brazil

October 26, 2015

Hello guys!

São Paulo is the biggest Brazilian city.

It exerts strong regional influence in commerce, finance, arts and entertainment and a strong international influence.

It is also the world’s thirteenth largest city by population.

Founded in 1554 by Jesuit priests, the city is worldwide known and has a national and international significant influence, whether culturally, economically or politically.

It has important monuments, parks and museums such as the Latin American Memorial, the Museum of the Portuguese Language, the Ipiranga Museum, the MASP, the Ibirapuera Park, the Botanical Garden of São Paulo and Paulista Avenue, and high-profile events such as the International Art Biennial, the Brazil Grand Prix Formula 1, São Paulo Fashion Week and the LGBT Pride Parade.

The city of São Paulo offers several bars and restaurants to suit all kinds of pockets, as well as many cultural events.

My advice is to make good use of the subway, because the traffic of this city isn’t the best.

Now if you are looking for a good restaurant frequented by beautiful and trendy people, I recommend the Brown Sugar restaurant, the environment is very nice, cozy with many different and creative drinks, their dishes are wonderful as well as the staff are very friendly.

And if you opt for a lighter night out try the Bar de Cima, frequented by beautiful people and in order to spend quality time with friends before going to a nightclub.

Obviously there are several other interesting places to know that I can recommend and tried myself. And  to lessen your worries, I have my list of the best places that you can try and have a fun time in this wonderful city.

Curves are the essence of my work because they are the essence of Brazil, pure and simple.

Oscar Niemeyer