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How to Enjoy Elaborate Sao Paulo Attractions on a Strict Budget

By Edited May 9, 2015 0 0

Did you know that Sao Paulo is one of the largest cities in the world?  This is pretty amazing and as a result, it attracts people from all cultures and countries. It is well recognized as the most cosmopolitan city in Brazil. For this reason, you can expect wondrous attractions here. From great sites to awesome museums and beaches, this is the ultimate location in South America. However, those who are travelling on a very tight budget for a weekend might feel left out. To the contrary, this should not be the case. With just $100, you can have a riveting experience without going dry on cash. However, you need to be wise about it. The following is a guide on things to do when you are working with a strict budget in Sao Paulo.

Foods in the city

The first thing is to take full advantage of free attractions in the city. For example, you can take a walk through the expansive city to the most recognized locations. This may include 'little Italy' and 'Japan Town'.  Get to see how these vital facilities continue to captivate thousands of visitors. Take pictures to keep fond memories of the experience. You might be drawn to spending money on delicious cuisines but to counter this, buy affordable snacks that are availed to you at various spots. Eat what ordinary citizens would have for lunch or snacks; this is the sure way to experience the Brazilian culture.

Visit the Sao Paulo Cosmopolitan Cathedral and enjoy the serenity and awesome architecture.  This amazing cathedral can fit 8000 people and is remarkable to say the least.  It is free to visit and this will really make your stay in Brazil worthwhile. It is opened early on weekends and will therefore suit you.  You can also consider visiting the Sao Bento Monastery.  It is located right at the heart of the city near the business district. Get inspired by the 16th century masterpiece. This is also an opportunity to listen to a Gregorian chant by the monks. It is free of charge.

Little 'New York'

The Ibirapuera Park is another free attraction to take full advantage of when you are working on a tight budget. Here, you are spoilt for choice. Those who prefer boating can do so in the lakes. You can also keep fit by taking to the jogging trails available. Those who enjoy the arts can find solace in the arts museum found at the city park. Remember, you do not have to part with a coin to access these marvels. You can just budget on your basic needs and enjoy all the excitement.  The park is open daily from 5 am to 12 am; there is no excuse not to have fun.

Take advantage of the many Sao Paulo festivals. You must therefore plan your weekend trip to coincide with the festivals. A good example is the anniversary of the city which is held in the month of January.   It is good not to leave the city without a memorabilia. With your budget of $100, you can visit the above named free venues. This means that you will have some money left over to grab something. The city is a shopping hub and those who are looking for 'killer' discounts will not be disappointed.

First class hotels

 
Find all manner of products from crafts to clothing. Ensure that you do not go beyond the money you have budgeted for. The city will always surprise you and from the above, you do not need a lot of money to enjoy the untold elaborate beauty of Sao Paulo.
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