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

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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.
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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
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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.
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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.



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Visit Brazil - 10 Things That Will SHOCK You About Brazil

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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
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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:

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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)

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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.

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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.
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10 Things NOT To Do in Brazil

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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.


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Brazilian Food - 5 Foods You MUST EAT in Brazil

Comida Brasileira, Brazilian Food! Brazil is full of delicious meats, fruits, and specialties. Here we go through six overall tasty treats you should have when you come to Brazil. The best of Brazilian food, so you know what to eat when you visit Brazil.
1. The Lanches: the snacks like Pao de Quiejo (cheese bread), Coixinha do Frango (fried chicken dough ball), and such that go great with a Chop (draft beer) or a Caipirinha (the local Brazilian mixed drink), and if you don’t like alcohol the drink of brazil is Guarana.
2. The Meats: Brazil is full of great meat and the most famous meats you will have at a Rodizio or Chrassasco. Here they walk around with many different types of meats from chicken hearts to ribs, but the most important is Picanha, a specific kind of Brazilian cut of meat.
3. The Fruits: Brazil is full of amazing fruit and many you might not have heard of. Visit a market and try fruit you never saw before and have juices made fresh just for you.
4. The Sweets: those fruits go well into many of the bolos (cakes) that are in Brazil, but if you want some chocolate have Brigadeiro, a chocolate made with sweetened condense milk. There are also traditional favorites like doce de leite (cream caramel) or doce de abobara (sweetness of pumpkin).
5. The Local Dishes: each region in Brazil has its own specialities so make sure you are trying what is popular where you are. The south is famous for its beef. The northeast is great for seafood. Bahia has acaraje a bean paste taco kind of dish with shrimp inside. Sao Paulo has its own mortadella/bologna sandwich, or chicken cooked in its own blood in Minas Gerais.
6. Beans and Rice: beans and rice will appear on the menu again and again and even if you didn’t order them expect beans and rice. They are a staple of the Brazilian food culture. Some typical dishes that highlight these are Caldo de Feijao which is a bean soup/stew dish you have as a starter. Feijoada which is the Brazilian bean stew you will have served with rice, kovi, fried banana and with a ice cold chop (beer).
Filmed in the Mercado Municipal in Sao Paulo, Brazil
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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.

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São Paulo travel - best spots in Brazil's largest city

São Paulo is the largest city in the Southern Hemisphere and Brazil's melting pot of cultures.

In this video, I’ve compiled the best places that I visited during my 4-day stay in the city in February 2019:
- Paulista Avenue (Avenida Paulista)
- Ibirapuera Park (Parque Ibirapuera)
- Museum of Contemporary Art of University of São Paulo (MAC USP)
- Batman Alley (Beco do Batman)
- Municipal Market (Mercado Municipal)

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Brazil is an expensive country, so I show you how much I am spending on traveling here daily. I also give you the options you have in choices, the range of money you will spend when you travel to Brazil with food, hostels, housing, entertainment, beer, night life, healthy food, fast food and more. I hope this video will give you a general overview on the costs associated with traveling Brazil to help plan and organize your very own adventure here. Don't miss it!

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