Feira de Arte e Artesanato
Feira de Arte e Artesanato
4.5
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Duration: 2-3 hours
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AndreasVaterstetten
Munich, Germany8 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2020
I visited the feira on Saturday 11-14:00h. I took an uber from SP Jardim Europa Area for about 60 BRL and it took 40 min. The market is very nice, the location as well as the setting. Very secure, nice musicians, a lot lf craftsmen selling products, nice restaurants with athmosphere and the charm of the colonial time. I can recommend to go there for a daytrip from S.P. on the weekends.
Written 21 March 2020
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Hawk470
Baltimore, MD2,651 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2017 • Couples
Big and busy, Sao Paulo can create the desire for a getaway and Embu das Artes provides a reason. An easy cab ride away from Sao Paulo’s bustle, you’ll find a little town that, on Sundays, hosts a craft fair in the main square. Lots of craft shops, cafes and restaurants line the square and the radiating streets.

The fair and the shops offer a broad range of arts, crafts and tchotchkes that makes it simple to fill your souvenir basket for the folks back home. What we didn’t find there were the memorable items that we wanted for our own walls and table tops or fine handiwork for special gifts. It could be that we missed the best shops in Embu, but from our experience, for those items you will do better in Sao Paulo at galleries such as Galeria Arte Brasileira. Still Embu das Artes, particularly during the Sunday fair, provides a welcome break from Sao Paulo’s vibrant energy as well as an enjoyable few hours for shopping and snacking.
Written 1 October 2017
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Cecilejvr
Paris, France49 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2017 • Solo
Don't miss the feira on Sunday if you are in São Paulo !
It's very simple to get to Embu: the bus leaves near the Clinicas metro station, around 50 minutes for 4,80R$ and you get out in front of the feira.
A lot of furnitures but also some little souvenirs very cheap: sculptures, jewellery, etc for less than 10R$ !
A lot of restaurants very nice to eat, with or without music.
Written 11 June 2017
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Paul_from_Chicago773
Chicago, IL6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016 • Family
A #1 place to visit while in São Paulo.

Shopping: this is the only place I buy Brazilian goods in Brazil. I’d skip purchasing anything São Paulo and head here for a day. What’s here: paintings small and large, home decorations, wood carvings, ceramics, religious goods, folk arts, children’s board games, etc. The selection is outstanding and very reasonably priced. The vendors wrapped my goods enough to store into luggage on the airplane and everything came through my luggage undamaged in time to give to my sisters for Christmas. The vendors on the street have goods that are just as interesting as vendors in the storefronts. They’re also really friendly, I had a great time looking through old Brazilian coins and bank notes. One banknote was cool enough to frame.

Note: Many of the vendors are from the North and Northeast Region of Brazil, which was one of the reasons Embu das Artes was created in the first place. It’s not like you can easily travel to the North/Northeast in a single trip, but you’ll find all their goods here.

Note: my friends in Brazil actually furnish their house with art and furniture purchased in Embu das Artes. I’d rate this town as “not full of junk” and “not a tourist trap”.
Security situation: seemed like the safest place I’ve ever been in Brazil.

Food: was great. We had some açai and yogurt on the street. One serving was enough for three people. The restaurants were reasonably priced and we had the familiar meat or grilled chicken, beans, rice, and fried polenta chips (if you haven’t tried those, please do).

Family friendly: #1 family friendly place in the Sao Paulo region so far. My friend’s daughter was 3 and still enjoyed looking at the things, having some open space to run around, watch some of the musicians, and let loose.
Written 23 February 2017
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Kieron L
Sundsvall, Sweden869 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2015 • Friends
I would say this is a must place to visit when in São Paulo. The shop vendors are helpful and friendly, comfortable to just look around the stores. There is a vast array of good for sale from Art Deco lamp shades, wooden furniture to old nick nacks. There are lots of cafes and restaurants there too. I highly recommend a visit.
Written 12 November 2016
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Luiz H
Sao Paulo, SP22 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016 • Family
An 1 hour trip from São Paulo, central area.
In weekends and hollydays, a nice place to see people and arts from Brazil.
Several restaurants surround the central area of 'Embu das Artes', where open the arts fair.
Written 13 October 2016
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Adriana Paes
Curitiba, PR37 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2016 • Couples
You can have a happy day in Feira de Artes e Artesanatos.
You can buy different types of art with different materials.
Enjoy the offer the food, clothes, jewelry, things your home or office. All this things you can buy paying a good price.
You will need control to don't lose your mind...and your money! .

Written 30 May 2016
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Erin W
Mooresville, NC10 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2016 • Business
Largo Vinte e Um de Abril - Parque Francisco Rizzo, Embu das Artes - SP, Brazil

Had a hard time finding in uber so copy and paste above for best address. Address on here does not translate properly.

Here for business for several weeks and great place to get away from SP!
Written 8 May 2016
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yorom
Edmonton, Canada371 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2016 • Couples
Sundays here are fantastic. The vibe is very pleasant, the food is great, the vendors/shop owners are very nice and i feel good here.....far away from the megapolis.

I have often bought art work and i have never had any regrets.

Highly recommended.

PS you should come here on an empty stomach!

PSS although most sellers accept credit cards....you will get a better deal with local cash. ATMs abound in Embu.
Written 6 April 2016
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gutobrasil
Sao Paulo, SP65 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2016 • Family
Driving out to Embu das Artes is a great option for those who want to experience small country Brazilian style just outside São Paulo. 30 km drive from the city center and you are right in the middle of a little historic old town with a nice arts and crafts weekend fair with nice little restaurants, and very peculiar woodshops and furniture design shops here and there. It is true that on regular weekends things can get packed, but on a holiday, when most paulistas drive to the coast, Embu can be a great option for a lunch-out with the family
Written 26 March 2016
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