The avenue is closed to cars on sundays. So you can walk and enjoy the street artits, paintings and little shows.
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This street is close only on Sundays, it is safe. Be ready to walk a lot and see lots of shows and interesting buildings.
It's no Times Square, but it's an alright avenue to walk on. There are interesting venues on both sides of the street. Shopping, cultural, political, musical, it's all there. Just keep an eye out for pickpockets. Paulista Avenue is the single location with the most...More
Large avenue with high and modern buildings, shopping areas everywhere, mandatory stop in S. Paulo. The MASP Museum is a must for a visit. Weekends (mostly Sunday) with limited car traffic offer people a nice walking environment with small fairs and street artists. Two interesting...More
Walking throught Paulista Avenue is walking throught the hear of Sao Paulo. A large avenue with grafiti, amazing museums (MASP and Casa das Rosas), Trianon Park, street artists in every corner and amazing buildings. Don't miss a visit to Livraria Cultura book store, one of...More
Stayed in a hotel on avenida paulista. Being a huge city everything is a bit scattered around and there's no real city centre. Avenida paulista can be considered one with lots of shopping malls restaurants and museums. If your trip includes a weekend stay then...More
Is the main avenue in São Paulo, with a lot of dining options, museums and shopping centers. On Sundays cars are not allowed and you can enjoy great music and street food.