This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more

Visit Sao Paulo - The DON'Ts of Sao Paulo, Brazil

x

Visit Sao Paulo - The DON'Ts of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Visiting Sao Paulo, Brazil, whether for work or play can be extremely rewarding with amazing museums and shopping, but there are a few things you should not do when you go to Sao Paulo. This video covers the Don'ts of Visiting Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Filmed in Sao Paulo State, Brazil
Copyright Mark Wolters 2017
1. Don't expect to get anywhere quickly in Sao Paulo. With so many people, cars and craziness it will take you longer than what google says it will to get anywhere.
2. Don't skip the Mercado Municipal! This Sao Paulo tradition is amazing. From amazing fruit to the best bologna or sorry Mortadella sandwich you ever ate.
3. Don't skip out on eating non-Brazilian food while in Sao Paulo. There are tons of amazing places, foods, restaurants and styles for you to enjoy!
4. Don't lose your wits. Pay attention! Sao Paulo has a reputation for crime for a reason.
5. Don't expect a beach vacation. Sao Paulo is not a Brazilian beach city, it is a cultural, shopping, museum, business hub for South America.
USA Today & 10Best's #1 Independent Travel Videographer 2014

FlipKey by TripAdvisor Top 10 Travel Bloggers 2014

Our Equipment

Sony Alpha a6000 Digital Camera. Great for Capturing Amazing Photos and HD Video.

GoPro Hero4: Digital Camera for On The Go Fun in 4K

SanDisk Extreme Pro 64 GB - SD Disk: For Saving All The Video Footage Without Having to Switch Chips

Video Editing Software: Sony Movie Studio 13 - Fast, Easy & Affordable to Make Great Videos at a Great Price

Tripod - Manfrotto Compact Travel Tripod - The Size to Travel, but the Sturdiness of a Professional Tripod


For More Travel Gear & Accessories Visit Our Amazon Travel Gear Shop


Find More Videos At:


Subscribe to Wolters World on YouTube!


Follow Us At


São Paulo - 10 Things That Shock Tourists about São Paulo, Brazil

Sao Paulo, a city of more than 20 millinion Paulistanos (the people of Sao Paulo) is a culture, food, shopping, and party city. It is not the most tourist friendly city around. However, that does not mean tourists shouldn't visit. Here are some fun culture shocks and tourist tips and advice for visiting Sao Paulo, Brazil. Have fun in Sampa!
Filmed in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Copyright Mark Wolters 2019

The Don'ts of Sao Paulo


The Shocks of Visiting Brazil


Apologies for the sound quality. The camera we used here we will not be using again.


Grab Wolters World Merchandise & Travel Gear at


Help Us Keep Make More Honest Travel Videos:

Our Gear:
Sony Alpha 6000: Our favorite camera for vlogging. One of the best selling cameras of all time and its not too expensive.


Osprey Meridian Carry-on Size Travel Backpack: This is THE backpack that all of the Wolters World family use. It fits in the overhead compartment, gives you a great day pack and has an awesome warranty. We always travel with one.


Duafire Travel Adapter: helps you plug into most countries plugs around the world.


Travel Strip: One plug for your normal device, four USB plugs as well, it saves a lot of trouble and outlets when you travel.


Backup Battery Pack: Essential for travelers wanting to have a backup batter charge for their phones, cameras, and devices.


Hey There Fellow Travelers! Thank you for watching our honest travel vlogs from all over this wonderful world. If you would like to get in contact with us please follow us & send us a message via our social media channels below. Also, if you like our travel videos please feel free to share them with other fellow travelers.

Follow Us At




x

Brazil: The Don'ts of Brazil

Visiting Brazil is an incredible tourist experience. Whether you are heading to Carnival in Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo for work, or Manaus to the Amazon there are a few things every traveler, tourists, and vacationer should know. Here we go over some of the tourist don'ts of visiting Brazil.
Filmed in Iguape, SP, Brazil
Copyright Mark Wolters 2019

The Don'ts of Travel Playlist:


The Shocks of Travel Playlist:


Grab Wolters World Merchandise & Travel Gear at


Help Us Keep Make More Honest Travel Videos:

Our Gear:
Sony Alpha 6000: Our favorite camera for vlogging. One of the best selling cameras of all time and its not too expensive.


Osprey Meridian Carry-on Size Travel Backpack: This is THE backpack that all of the Wolters World family use. It fits in the overhead compartment, gives you a great day pack and has an awesome warranty. We always travel with one.


Duafire Travel Adapter: helps you plug into most countries plugs around the world.


Travel Strip: One plug for your normal device, four USB plugs as well, it saves a lot of trouble and outlets when you travel.


Backup Battery Pack: Essential for travelers wanting to have a backup batter charge for their phones, cameras, and devices.


Hey There Fellow Travelers! Thank you for watching our honest travel vlogs from all over this wonderful world. If you would like to get in contact with us please follow us & send us a message via our social media channels below. Also, if you like our travel videos please feel free to share them with other fellow travelers.

Follow Us At




Sao Paulo Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

São Paulo, one of the world’s most populated cities, is Brazil’s exciting hub of business, culture, creativity and hospitality.

‘Sampa’ was founded in 1554, at the spot of the historic Pátio do Colégio. Once home to the region’s first main Catholic Church, the central Praça da Sé now houses the towering Metropolitan Cathedral.

Two beautiful historic buildings have been transformed into Cultural Centers: The Banco do Brazil and the Júlio Prestes Train Station. While the city’s most esteemed museums are the São Paulo Museum of Art, on the famous Avenida Paulista, and the Pinacoteca do Estado.

The Viaduto Santa Ifigenia, an art nouveau bridge, leads pedestrians to the ornate Municipal Theatre, with its impressive Sala São Paulo concert hall.

Don’t miss Ibirapuera Park, which is home to the modern Ibirapuera Auditorium, the São Paulo Museum of Modern Art and the Afro Brazil Museum.

Meet Brazil’s soccer heroes through the interactive exhibits of the Football Museum in Pacaembu Stadium. Nearby, Vila Madalena is a bohemian district with quirky stores, funky cafés and colorful street art.

In the Mercado Municipal, tourists gather to taste the local cuisine while the Paulistanos bargain for fresh produce and gourmet food.

Explore all of São Paulo’s neighborhoods and bustling cultural hubs to discover that this city is not only the engine behind Brazil’s economy, but also its cultural powerhouse.



--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Follow us on social media:
Twitter:
Facebook:
Instagram:
Pinterest:
Google+:

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Follow us on our travel blog, Viewfinder:
x

Visit Brazil - Safety Advice for Traveling Brazil


Brazilian tourism safety tips for travelers and tourists heading to Brazil, specifically Rio de Janeiro & Sao Paulo for Carneval, the Olympics in Rio de Janierio. Brazil is an amazing country & Wolters World's favorite country to visit, from the amazing natural beauty, fun people and incredible history. But you need to be safe and we give you some basic safety and security tips for visiting Brazil.
Copyright Mark Wolters 2014
This was not filmed in Brazil.

Breakfast in Brazil and Sao Paulo AirBnb Tour

Breakfast in Brazil and Sao Paulo AirBnb Tour featuring Travel and Share!

Share at this AirBnB in Sao Paulo:

Follow Travel and Share on YouTube:

📹 I teach you how to Edit Like THE WAY AWAY! Course available now!

We recommend iVisa to apply for e-visas online

❤️SUPPORT:
Get $$ off Air BNB
Join our Patreon:
Donate Direct:
Shop Brand:

🎧Music by Epidemic Sound - Get 30 days of Royalty Free music for free at

📱SOCIAL:
Twitter:
Instagram:
Facebook:
Discord:

📥MAILING LIST:
How To Pack 365 Days of Clothes Into 1 Carry On -

📆Check our calendar to see when we're in your area!

🎥 Full Gear List -
Camera: Panasonic GH5
Drone: DJI Mavic (drone)
Action Cam: GoPro Hero 5 Black

💍The Way Away is Josh and Ashley Brown, married world travelers with a mission to bring the world closer by showing the uniqueness of our cultures and promoting unity around the world. Subscribe to watch daily travel vlogs:
x

Visit Rio - The DON'Ts of Visiting Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil is an amazing tourist destination with tons of activities, sports, beaches, culture for vacationers to visit. However, with so many things to DO in Rio, we are going to give tourists and travelers a list of things that you DON'T do when you are in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Filmed in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Copyright Mark Wolters 2016

10 Shocks of Visiting Brazil


5 Things You Will Love & Hate about Visiting Rio de Janeiro


10 Shocks of Visiting Rio de Janeiro


What You Should Know BEFORE You Visit Rio de Janeiro



USA Today & 10Best's #1 Independent Travel Videographer 2014

FlipKey by TripAdvisor Top 10 Travel Bloggers 2014

Our Equipment

Sony Alpha a6000 Digital Camera. Great for Capturing Amazing Photos and HD Video.

GoPro Hero4: Digital Camera for On The Go Fun in 4K

SanDisk Extreme Pro 64 GB - SD Disk: For Saving All The Video Footage Without Having to Switch Chips

Video Editing Software: Sony Movie Studio 13 - Fast, Easy & Affordable to Make Great Videos at a Great Price

Tripod - Manfrotto Compact Travel Tripod - The Size to Travel, but the Sturdiness of a Professional Tripod


For More Travel Gear & Accessories Visit Our Amazon Travel Gear Shop


Find More Videos At:


Subscribe to Wolters World on YouTube!


Follow Us At


This is SÃO PAULO, Brazil 😲 What it's Really Like Here. What to do and Where to stay in the City

We spent a day exploring the hip, bohemian neighbourhood of Vila Madalena in São Paulo, Brazil!

Everyone told us we absolutely had to go see “Batman Alley” while in São Paulo, so we started things off there. Batman Alley or Beco do Batman is a pedestrian only street full of amazing street art. Rumour is the first graffiti there was of batman and that’s where the name comes from.

------------------
Save up to $40 on your first booking with AirBNB!! 👉

A bit hesitant to try AirBNB? We’ve put together a blog post to help guide you through the process! 👉
------------------

After this we went not far up the street to a very colourful staircase called Escadaria Do Patapio.

Later on we decided to grab a refreshment. Brazil is the number of exporter of coffee in the entire world, so of course we had to try it out for ourselves. We made our way to a place called Coffee Lab where they had pages and pages of different types of coffee and coffee drinks. It was hot out so we opted for iced lattes.

Lastly we discovered a craft beer place not far away! Croma Beer Co. had recently opened din the neighbourhood and as soon as we walked in the offered to take us on a tour of their brewery. Afterwards we sat down and each had one of their beers.

ABOUT SÃO PAULO
São Paulo, Brazil’s vibrant financial center, is among the world's most populous cities, with numerous cultural institutions and a rich architectural tradition. Its iconic buildings range from its neo-Gothic cathedral and the 1929 Martinelli skyscraper to modernist architect Oscar Niemeyer’s curvy Edifício Copan. The colonial-style Pátio do Colégio church marks where Jesuit priests founded the city in 1554.

ABOUT BRAZIL
Brazil, officially the Federative Republic of Brazil, is the largest country in both South America and Latin America. At 8.5 million square kilometers and with over 208 million people, Brazil is the world's fifth-largest country by area and the fifth most populous.

----------


► SUBSCRIBE! -


----------


► FOLLOW US
○ Instagram:
○ Twitter:
○ Facebook:
○ Newsletter:
○ Website:


----------


► SUPPORT US
All and any support we receive helps us to travel more and upgrade our camera gear- meaning it helps us to create more and better quality content!

○ PayPal (Tip Jar):
○ Sign up for AirBnB (Save up to $40 ):
○ Book hotels through Booking.com:


----------


► OUR GEAR
○ Store:
○ Main Camera:
○ Secondary Camera:
○ Tripod:
○ Drone:
○ Go Pro:
○ Hard Drive:
○ SD Card:
○ Charger:


----------


► ABOUT US
A little bit of luxury, a little bit of budget, a whole lot of travel! We’re Anna and Trevor and we’re setting out to explore as much of the world as we possibly can. We want to encourage you get out there and explore in your own way, not the way someone else tells you to travel!


----------


► CONTACT US
○ Email: delightfultravellers@gmail.com

São Paulo: The Most Underrated City in the World

For more Breaking Borders follow us on Facebook!


Take a tour of Breaking Borders' favorite neighborhoods, restaurants and bars in São Paulo. Explore the alternative side of Centro, the diversity in Liberdade, and discover what makes São Paulo such a great city.

In 2018, the building with 666 caught on fire and burned.

Prédio invadido desaba em incêndio no largo do Paissandu, centro de SP



Check out the website:


Contact via email:
wearebreakingborders@gmail.com

Filmed, edited and produced by Nick Neumann
Hosted by Walker Dawson

Music in order of appearance:

Always This Late by Odesza
On Your Side by Opiuo ft. Russ Liquid
Just the Way You Are by Bruno Mars (A Dupla da Paulista Cover)
Lost Ones by Lauryn Hill (Inko Remix)
La valse d'Amelie - Yann Tiersen
Picture by Lynx (Polish Ambassador Remix)

#SaoPaulo #brasil #travel #breakingborders #nickneumann #underrated #megacity

20 Things to do in São Paulo, Brazil Travel Guide

Visiting Sao Paolo was a bit intimidating. We weren't really sure what to expect prior to visiting South America's largest city, however, we found that in that midst of the crowds and chaos there were cool pockets filled with parks, street art, and an abundance of restaurants. For this video, we also had two of our Brazilian friends join us and they were able to provide a unique window into the city. This travel guide will showcase 20 things to do in Sao Paulo, Brazil:

Check out Dani & Andre's travel blog: & YouTube channel:

GEAR WE USE
Olympus OM-D E-M5 II:
Canon G7X:
Olympus 14-150mm II Lens:
Rode Video Mic GO:
Joby Gorilla Pod:
SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro:

1) Ibirapuera Park (Parque Ibirapuera) to enjoy leisure and activity along with visiting the Afro-Brasil Museum (Museu Afro Brasil) and São Paulo Museum of Modern Art (Museu de Arte Moderna de São Paulo - MAM)
2) Beco do Batman (Batman’s Alley)
3) Museu do Futebol (Museum of Football)
4) Municipal Market of São Paulo (Mercado Municipal Paulistano - Mercado Municipal de São Paulo
5) Mortadella Sandwich
6) São Paulo See Metropolitan Cathedral (Catedral Metropolitana, or Catedral da Sé de São Paulo)
7) Liberdade Japanese neighborhood (リベルダージ)
8) Sushi Buffet all you can eat feast
9) Izakaya gastropub (居酒屋) + Ramyeon Noodle Bowls
10) Karaoke and São Paulo nightlife
11) Brazilian Breakfast (Pão na chapa, Pão de queijo and coffee)
12) Pinacoteca do Estado de São Paulo
13) Jardim da Luz (Praça da Luz - Parque da Luz)
14) São Paulo Municipal Theatre (Theatro Municipal de São Paulo)
15) Martinelli Building (Edifício Martinelli)
16) Edifício Itália (Italy Building) Circolo Italiano
17) Mosteiro de São Bento (São Bento Monastery)
18) Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil (CCBB: Bank of Brazil Cultural Center)
19) Renault Theatre (Teatro Paramount)
20) São Paulo Metrô (Metropolitano de São Paulo)

SOCIAL MEDIA & TRAVEL BLOGS

AUDREY:
blog:
instagram:
facebook:
twitter:

SAMUEL:
blog:
facebook:
twitter:
instragram:

Our visit São Paulo travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide (best restaurants and street food), top museums and São Paulo at night. We also cover off-the-beaten-path activities you won't find in a typical São Paulo tourism brochure or São Paulo, Brasil city tour.

20 Things to do in São Paulo, Brazil Travel Guide and Top Attractions Video Transcript:

Within the park grounds you’ll find the Afro-Brasil Museum, which is a contemporary museum that looks at African culture and influence in Brazilian society. And not too far from there, you’ll come across the Museum of Modern Art.

Batman Alley is located in Vila Madalena and it has become a popular tourist and Instagram spot. Apparently the place gets its name because the first piece of graffiti to go up was one of Batman back in the 1980s.

If you’re a football lover, this is a place you won’t want to miss.

Being the foodies that we are, we couldn’t skip the Municipal Market. Here you can find exotic fruits, fresh vegetables, meats, spices and even restaurants. We went there right around the lunch hour to try the famed mortadella sandwich.

From there, we visited Sao Paulo Cathedral. We only learned this after our visit, but there’s a crypt you can visit.

Next up we headed to the neighbourhood of Liberdade, which has the largest Japanese community in the world outside of Japan. We decided to hit up a sushi buffet for some food!

That evening we met up with our Brazilian friends, who took us out for a night on the town.

That morning we visited Pinacoteca do Estado, which is a cool art museum that focuses on works by Brazilian artist or works with Brazilian subject matter.

After that we headed over to Parque da Luz. This park is right next to the museum and it has a lot of interesting sculptures scattered about.

Sao Paulo’s Teatro Municipal first opened in 1911. The Martinelli building is 30 stories high and it was the first skyscraper in South America.

And that’s a quick look at how we spent 2 days in Sao Paulo. We hope you enjoyed this guide and that it gave you some ideas on how to tackle South America’s largest city. As always, if you have any other suggestions of fun things to do in Sao Paulo, feel free to share those with us in the comments below.

This is part of our Travel in Brazil video series showcasing Brazilian food, Brazilian culture and Brazilian cuisine.

Music in this video courtesy of Audio Network
x

IS SÃO PAULO SAFE? 🤔🛑 The Real Brazil 🇧🇷

In this week’s video from São Paulo , we travel around the city to some of the major tourist attractions and assess whether or not they are safe.

We start things off at the São Paulo Cathedral in Centro where for the first time in all our times filming, we felt like we shouldn’t take our big filming camera out, instead we filmed on an iPhone. There were plenty of people around, including police officers and a lot of other tourists but we also felt like there were a lot of people watching and scooping the area. We also made our way into the beautiful cathedral to explore it.

Later we made our way just up the street to the Liberdade area of São Paulo, which happens to have the largest Japanese population outside of Japan. We felt much safer here. Of course, while in the area we had to have some sushi and Japanese cuisine.

Later in the day we headed to one of the main streets in the whole city called Paulista Avenue. Because it was the weekend, the entire street was shut down for pedestrians, bikers, scooters and skateboarders. There were also loads of street performers and vendors.

Lastly we headed back to our very nearby hotel, the InterContinental São Paulo to show you around our One bedroom Executive Suite and the amenities of the hotel.

To find out more and book this hotel, head here 👉

ABOUT SAO PAULO
São Paulo, Brazil’s vibrant financial center, is among the world's most populous cities, with numerous cultural institutions and a rich architectural tradition. Its iconic buildings range from its neo-Gothic cathedral and the 1929 Martinelli skyscraper to modernist architect Oscar Niemeyer’s curvy Edifício Copan. The colonial-style Pátio do Colégio church marks where Jesuit priests founded the city in 1554.

----------


► SUBSCRIBE! -


----------


► FOLLOW US
○ Instagram:
○ Twitter:
○ Facebook:
○ Newsletter:
○ Website:


----------


► SUPPORT US
All and any support we receive helps us to travel more and upgrade our camera gear- meaning it helps us to create more and better quality content!

○ PayPal (Tip Jar):
○ Sign up for AirBnB (Save up to $40 ):
○ Book hotels through Booking.com:


----------


► OUR GEAR
○ Store:
○ Main Camera:
○ Secondary Camera:
○ Tripod:
○ Drone:
○ Go Pro:
○ Hard Drive:
○ SD Card:
○ Charger:


----------


► ABOUT US
A little bit of luxury, a little bit of budget, a whole lot of travel! We’re Anna and Trevor and we’re setting out to explore as much of the world as we possibly can. We want to encourage you get out there and explore in your own way, not the way someone else tells you to travel!


----------


► CONTACT US
○ Email: delightfultravellers@gmail.com

Come along on a virtual tour of São Paulo Brazil!

Let's explore the world through Google Street View.

Today we are visiting São Paulo Brazil. Woah baby this place is massive. A huge city with tons of highrises, people all out and about, shopping and food and history...amazing! I didn't get to see too much of it but I loved what I saw! I think I will come back for a part two in the future.

I need to think about how I approach large cities like this. Do I pre-plan a route? Just hit the top 10 places? Or do I just make the video an hour long? I don't know. Let me know what you think.



Here you can check out where we have been on Google Maps.


Thanks to Google for Street View.
#SaoPaulo #Brazil #SãoPaulo #Brasil

Music:
Mario Bava Sleeps In a Little Later Than He Expected To by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (
Source:
Artist:

Intro Music:
Nimbus by Eveningland
x

Is Brazil Safe to Visit? Yes, But Be Smart!

Is Brazil safe? Should I be worried when I visit brazil? I have heard Rio de Janeiro can be dangerous, is it true? Here we discuss safety while traveling in Brazil. Be smart like any where else in the world and you should be just fine.
Filmed in Salvador, Brazil
Copyright Mark Wolters 2016

Safety Advice on Visiting Brazil


What To Know Before You Visit Rio de Janeiro


Tips for Visiting Minas Gerais


10 Things That Will SHOCK You About Visiting Brazil


How Pickpockets Rob You


Is Rio Safe?


USA Today & 10Best's #1 Independent Travel Videographer 2014

FlipKey by TripAdvisor Top 10 Travel Bloggers 2014

Find More Videos At:


Subscribe to Wolters World on YouTube!


Follow Us At


Travel Vlog: SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL!

Follow me around São Paulo, Brazil!

Follow me through my travels!
Instagram:
Twitter:


____________________________________________________________________________________
Hi friends & fellow travelers! I quit my office job in October 2015 to travel the world. It's been one of the best decisions I've ever made! Follow me on my adventures through South America, Europe, and beyond! Connect with me on social media (Instragram & Twitter: @chiumonster) for the latest travel updates! Thanks for checking out my channel!

10 Things NOT To Do in Brazil

Get more Tips here!
Brazil is a beautiful country with attractive people, breathtaking sites, vibrant nightlife and of course the 2016 Olympics!

The Zika virus is mainly transferred by mosquitoes and the highest probability of danger is posed to pregnant women, who should consider avoiding the area entirely. For everyone else, practice safe sex, wear lots of mosquito repellent, and wear long sleeves and pants.

Don't Speak Spanish
Many visitors travel to Brazil expecting to hear Spanish, but unlike its South American neighbors, Brazil’s native language is Portuguese! Don’t be that ignorant tourist attempting to converse with the locals in broken Spanish.

Don't Flash the Cash
Although Brazil is a relatively safe country, there are still many poor areas. Don’t wear your most expensive watch or wave around your new camera, because it will be pocketed.

Don't Make the OK Sign!
It is a highly offensive rude gesture in Brazil. However, thumbs up does mean something similar to okay, literally “beleza” or “beauty,” and is frequently used.

Don't drink alone
It is customary practice in Brazil to share your “estupidamente gelada” or 'stupidly cold beer' with others. Most bars only sell beer in 700 ml bottles and sometimes even strangers will show up with their own glasses.

Don't Lose Your Consumption Card
Many bars and nightclubs will operate using a consumption card, for each customer to record food and drink orders. Patrons are expected to settle their bill before leaving, and not doing so results in large fines.

Don't be Impatient
Things move at their own pace in Brazil. Long lines are common for everything from ATMs to grocery stores, so be prepared to wait patiently.

Don't Forget the Amazon
Don’t be afraid to venture out into the more remote areas. Take a trip to the Amazon Rainforest, Iguaçu Falls, smaller towns like Olinda and Ouro Preto or travel to the Fernando de Noronha archipelago to experience some of Brazil’s best kept secrets.

Brazil is still a developing country, and you will come across extreme poverty, favelas, drug-torn cities and rude people. Don’t ever visit the favelas alone as they are run by drug lords and can be extremely dangerous.

Don't Try to Enter Without a Visa!
There are only a few visa exempt countries (mainly South American and Caribbean nations), the U.S. is not one of them. Brazil requires a visa for visitors traveling from Canada, and most European, Asian and African countries too. However, the process is very straightforward.


Do you think Brazil has benefited economically by hosting the Olympics?
Or has the Zika Virus held back too many tourists?

Discuss Below.
x

What to do/see during a 24-hour layover in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Instagram:
Facebook:

Sharing thoughts and experiences while traveling the world.

I used YouTube as a storage of my videos and now it became a channel. I created this channel to save my memories, but then I decided to share them with the world to inspire others. If you dislike it please post a comment why so I can learn how to improve. Thanks for watching :)

Support my travels and learn German with me:


The best way to experience authentic culture is with Airbnb. Here are 45$ travel credit for your first journey:


Camcorder I use:
Camera I use:
Microphone I use:

At São Paulo Airport without Tickets | How (NOT TO) Travel with Kids | Part 2

In July I traveled with four kids to Brazil, and this video shows part 2 out of 2 where we travel from Lisbon to Belo Horizonte, Brazil. We are going to a CISV camp, where kids from different countries and cultures come together to play and learn about each other. We missed our flight to Brazil, so we stayed in Portugal for a night. Then, after landing at Gaurulhos Airport in São Paulo, Brazil, I soon found out we didn't actually have tickets. See, I booked tickets when we were in Portugal, but apparently the reservation hadn't gone through because I didn't complete the transaction. Of course I tried to make the transaction in Portugal, but some error occurred. So I tried buying new tickets at the Latam Airlines service desk at the airport by paying with my cards, but they didn't work. I tried doing it myself on my laptop, that didn't work either. Luckily, my coordinator/boss in Norway gave me the idea to pay the tickets in cash! We arrived Belo Horizonte safely :) I do not blame CISV or TAP Air Portugal for missing the flight, I thank the airline for fixing a new flight and a hotel room for us. I do not blame Latam Airlines for not accepting my card, they were actually really helpful!

More Brazil videos:

Camera: GoPro Hero Black
Microphone: Zoom H5 Handy Recorder

Music from Epidemic Sound (epidemicsound.com):
Worth The While (Instrumental Version) - Kata

São Paulo Downtown / Brazil Travel Vlog #186 / The Way We Saw It

Today we will make a walking tour through the Centre of São Paulo, the so called historic centre, or downtown. We will discover some major landmarks in this mega metropolis, the financial and cultural centre of Brazil.

Follow us on this free walking tour, one of the many in São Paulo and enjoy the ride, despite the grey weather we had.

Feel free to leave a comment below. We are happy about your thumbs up or even a subscribe.

►► ACCOMMODATION:

In São Paulo we stayed in an Airbnb.
Book your accommodation here:
We give you EUR 25 on your first Airbnb booking:
We give you EUR 15 off your next reservation on bookings.com

►► INSURANCE:

Never travel without insurance! Click here to get your free offer from World Nomads now

►► WHICH EQUIPMENT DO WE USE:

Main camera:
Lens:
Battery:
Microphone:
Wind Cover DeadCat:
SD Card:
Secondary camera:
Action camera:
Action camera housing:
Action camera filter:
Backpack:
Laptop:
External Hard Disk:

►► MUST HAVE TRAVEL GADGETS:

Headphones:
Adapter:
Powercube:
Knife:
Travel bags:
Speaker:
Packsafe:
Diary:
Powerbank:
Wifi Hotspot:
iPad:
Kindle:

►► FOLLOW US HERE:

Blog: (
Twitter: (@TheWayWeSawIt1)
Facebook: (The Way We Saw It)
Instagram: (thewaywesawit)

►► WHO WE ARE:

►► MUSIC BY:

Epidemic Sound (

Some of the links are affiliate links. If you choose to click on one and use the services, it will be free of any charge for you. We might get a little commission to support our travels. 25 % of all commissions we will donated for charity.

Visit Brazil - 10 Things That Will SHOCK You About Brazil

Read More About The Shocks of Visiting Brazil:
GRAB A WOLTERS WORLD SHIRT
10 Things That Will SHOCK Tourists & Travelers When They Visit Brazil. Whether you are heading to the beaches of the Northeast of Brazil or Heading to see Sugarloaf in Rio de Janeiro or a business trip to Sao Paulo or going to the Amazon rainforest Brazil is an amazing country. Here we go through some cultural differences and traits that may surprise or make you chuckle.
Filmed in Mariana, MG, Brazil
Copyright Mark Wolters 2016

Safety Advice for Brazil


5 Tips for Visiting Rio de Janeiro


Do You Tip in Brazil?


USA Today & 10Best's #1 Independent Travel Videographer 2014
Grab Wolters World Merchandise & Travel Gear at


Our Gear:
Sony Alpha 6000: Our favorite camera for vlogging. One of the best selling cameras of all time and its not too expensive.


Osprey Meridian Carry-on Size Travel Backpack: This is THE backpack that all of the Wolters World family use. It fits in the overhead compartment, gives you a great day pack and has an awesome warranty. We always travel with one.


Duafire Travel Adapter: helps you plug into most countries plugs around the world.


Travel Strip: One plug for your normal device, four USB plugs as well, it saves a lot of trouble and outlets when you travel.


Backup Battery Pack: Essential for travelers wanting to have a backup batter charge for their phones, cameras, and devices.


Hey There Fellow Travelers! Thank you for watching our honest travel vlogs from all over this wonderful world. If you would like to get in contact with us please follow us & send us a message via our social media channels below. Also, if you like our travel videos please feel free to share them with other fellow travelers.

Follow Us At




Sao Paulo Vacation Travel Guide

Sao Paulo Vacation Travel Guide

São Paulo, one of the world’s most populated cities, is Brazil’s exciting hub of business, culture, creativity and hospitality.

‘Sampa’ was founded in 1554, at the spot of the historic Pátio do Colégio. Once home to the region’s first main Catholic Church, the central Praça da Sé now houses the towering Metropolitan Cathedral.

Two beautiful historic buildings have been transformed into Cultural Centers: The Banco do Brazil and the Júlio Prestes Train Station. While the city’s most esteemed museums are the São Paulo Museum of Art, on the famous Avenida Paulista, and the Pinacoteca do Estado.

The Viaduto Santa Ifigenia, an art nouveau bridge, leads pedestrians to the ornate Municipal Theatre, with its impressive Sala São Paulo concert hall.

Don’t miss Ibirapuera Park, which is home to the modern Ibirapuera Auditorium, the São Paulo Museum of Modern Art and the Afro Brazil Museum.

Meet Brazil’s soccer heroes through the interactive exhibits of the Football Museum in Pacaembu Stadium. Nearby, Vila Madalena is a bohemian district with quirky stores, funky cafés and colorful street art.

In the Mercado Municipal, tourists gather to taste the local cuisine while the Paulistanos bargain for fresh produce and gourmet food.

Explore all of São Paulo’s neighborhoods and bustling cultural hubs to discover that this city is not only the engine behind Brazil’s economy, but also its cultural powerhouse.

Help us to be better
-- Subscribe Our Channel :
-- Likes me on Facebook :
-- Follow me on G+ : Url Google Plus
Sao Paulo Vacation Travel Guide

Shares

x

Check Also

x

Menu