Situated in Southeastern Brazil, São Paulo is known for its unpredictable weather conditions. Its climate is a typically monsoon-influenced one. Summer temperatures average between 17 and 28 degrees Celsius, while winters are between 11 and 23 degrees Celsius. Generally, São Paulo is wet, with the summer season having a higher rainfall than the winter one.
As such a significant city and tourist destination, São Paulo hosts a number of fabulous events throughout the year, inviting visitors from all over the world as its guests.
Some of the most popular attractions within the city include:
• Paulista Avenue
• Banespa Building
• Catedral da Sé (the metropolitan cathedral)
• Edifício Copan (the ‘moving’ building)
• Estação da Luz (a historical railway station dated as far back as 1895)
• Ibirapuera Park
• Liberdade (the Asian district of the city)
• Pátio do Colégio (the founding site of the city)
• The Sao Paulo Museum of Art
• The Sacred Art Museum
• The University of Sao Paulo
• Bixiga (an Italian hotspot in the heart of Brazil)
For more information, please visit: www.brazil.org.za/sao-paulo-city