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10 Things to Enjoy the End of Holidays in São Paulo

This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at Casper Libero chapter.

We all know that São Paulo is a city that have an amazing diversity and offers several options of recreation, gastronomy and amazing places to enjoy. All of these options seem to multiply when the long-awaited holidays in July arrives. Here are some places you can go to make the most out of São Paulo during your holidays from college or work:

1. Cine na Praça

Outdoor cinema in a beautiful square every Thursday. Want more? Popcorn is free.

Victor Civita Square – Sumidouro Street, 580 – Pinheiros – SP


2. Cinesala

One more option to enjoy a movie in the best style. The rooms offer single and double sofas. Comfy or not?

Fradique Coutinho Street, 361 – São Paulo (5 minutes walk from the subway – Fradique Coutinho Station).


3. Rock Gallery

Perfect place for those looking for different and alternative things related to the universe of music.

São João Avenue, 439 – República, São Paulo

4. Benedito Calixto Square fair

The event, which takes place every Saturday, from 9 am to 7 pm counts with the participation of 320 exhibitors, with varied crafts, works of art and antiques, as well as the food court.

Benedito Calixto Square, 240 – Jardim Paulista, São Paulo

5.Stone House

Who says the fun of climbing a wall is just for kids? Scheduling to do an indoor climbing accompanied by friends, dates or relatives is simply amazing.

Venâncio Aires Street, 31 – Água Branca


6.Vila Butantan

An open-air gallery with shops, services and gastronomy. In addition, thematic events, workshops, exhibitions and fairs are part of the agenda. And plus: pet friendly and free Wi-Fi.

Agostinho Cantu Street, 47 – Butantã, São Paulo – SP


7. MIS – Image and Sound Museum

In addition to countless beautiful photography exhibitions, from June to August the museum features an exhibition of the visionary Steve Jobs. Worth checking out.

Av. Europa, 158 – Jardim Europa, São Paulo


8. Seu Justino Square

Every week the menu will feature suggestions of different dishes and chefs from São Paulo’s gastronomy will be invited from time to time to command the place’s kitchen. To accompany the delicious meals, the place offers bottle beer, chopp and tropical drinks. And the entrance is free!

Harmonia Street, 117 – Vila Madalena


9. Eu Tu Eles Bar

Live music, snacks, exotic caipirinhas are the main things that are part of the schedule of the place. The establishment has decoration inspired in the north and northeast of Brazil, and has a boardwalk with outdoor tables with a bar counter that leads directly to the outdoor area.

Gomes de Carvalho Street 1575, Vila Olímpia.


10. Carlo’s Bakery

The Carlo’s Bakery pastry shop, from the confectioner Buddy Valastro (Cake Boss) finally opened in Sao Paulo. Guests can enjoy the American delights in the Jardins neighborhood.

Bela Cintra Street, 2182 – Jardins


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Catarina Borsari

Casper Libero

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Alana Claro

Casper Libero '17

Alana is a Senior in Cásper Líbero University, majoring in Journalism. She is President of Casper Libero's Chapter and an intern in a Corporate Communications firm. Born and raised in Sao Paulo, where she speaks Portuguese, although English is her ever-lasting love. Alana is a proud Slytherin and INTJ.