Morumbi District
Morumbi District
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4.0 of 5 bubbles169 reviews
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Very good
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Average
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Helder N
Santo Andre, SP70 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2016 • Solo
Morumbi is a district where rich people live, big houses very desert streets. At night it is very dark becoming more dangerous. The criminals are used to "work" there. We need a car to leave there nothing is in walking distance, to be worst in the morning and afternoon the trafic is terrible.
Written 16 June 2016
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TCruvinel
Norwalk, CT13 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
nice if you are going to a football mach or concert but not interesting on itself. very hard parking
Written 4 January 2013
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Alexandre R
Sao Paulo, SP141 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Mar 2012
I was in the Morumbi Arena last time to the Roger Waters The Wall Concert. All the organization was perfect. As well as the eating and drinking services. No problems in arriving and leaving, the only issue goes to the parking area, which does not exist, so you better take a cab!
Written 27 November 2012
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Mahesh A
Auckland Central, New Zealand71 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Morumbi, the locality around the stadium, is like a parallel city to Sao Paulo, in the sense that, it is well laid out through all the hilly terrain, and seems much cleaner than the rest of the city
Written 20 August 2012
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tzanoni
Sao Paulo, SP860 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2011
Morumbi is a neghbourhood and has some interesting attractions. The biggest soccer stadium in town is there and belongs to São Paulo Futebol Clube (http://www.pinheiros.com.br/city/morumbi/estadio.htm)
One very big shopping center is also there - http://www.morumbishopping.com.br/novo_site/
In front of Morumbi Shopping there is another, smller, Market Place - http://www.marketplace.com.br/page/index.asp
To see more about Morumbi you can go to this site - http://www.sampa.art.br/bairros/morumbi/
Written 27 August 2011
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