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Hang on to your hand-bag and join the giant crowd of bargain hunters. You will find stuff here that isn't available in smaller Brazilian towns. I could have spent an entire day! Dress light- the street is hot and stores are too!
If you're looking for nothing specific, you'll probably find it here. It seems that there are a ton of stores that carry the same items and a lot of junk. I was here during Carnaval and many of the shops here had Carnaval items for...More
25 de Marco old town it's nice to go there check the shops but nothing important ,u just spend ur day there and very cheap just take care of your money pocket and your phone , at list this is what they told me but...More
The 25 de Março street is very packed - it's the biggest commercial hub for cheap products from the whole country, so people from every state come shop here and bring the products back home, so don't expect a peaceful, quiet street. Everywhere you look...More
I would like to start by stating that i come from a third world country, Lebanon to be more specific. We are known to be street smart people, and we are used to everything really. But not this.
Maybe it's because we were paranoid and...More
I wouldn"t call it a tourist site, but that's the place to buy fabric, custom jewelery, toys and all kinds of brick-a-bracks. It's crowded, it's cheap. There are vendors in the street and it can look very chaotic, and you have to take good care...More
To truly know São Paulo, you have to start at the old center, full of history and landmarks with stories to tell. Get a taste of local food at the Municipal Market, and if you are brave enough, head to the crowded shopping street “25 de março” for cheap deals on a wide assortment of items. Beautiful buildings in this area include the Post Office Building, Luz Station, Pagé Gallery, Pateo do Colegio and the iconic
“Viaduto do Chá”. If you find yourself amazed by the local language, the Museum of Portuguese Language is the place to go. Cultural centers, like Banco do Brasil’s, also offer a variety of entertainment options. Finally, if you fancy watching a Gregorian mass with organ music, stop by São Bento Monastery on a Sunday morning.