Our Locals' Tip Before leaving the restaurant, stop at the bakery and ask for a dessert or sit there for a coffee and delicious Japanese sweets! Also try the shochuus, sake made with sweet potato!
Our Locals' Tip You can find the LP that you have been looking for for ages, just walk around, they have a huge collection. On Saturdays they have local bands playing mostly punk music.
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On Sunday 2nd June, Sao Paulo will play host to the highlight of its LGBT calendar - its annual gay pride parade. This isn’t just in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the biggest in the...more »
Sao Paulo’s world famous, gay pride parade is almost upon us…but first, we NEED to talk about the not-so-small-matter of the parties you might...more »
Every Thursday, leaving from in front of the São Paulo Municipal Theatre, there's a night walk led by local tour guides who take you to famous landmarks and lesser known treasures downtown. The tour is free, and all you have to do is show up on time! It starts promptly at 8 PM, and guides speak English. more »
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