Brazil

Sao Paulo

While the springtime festival is what the country is best known for, Carnival is just the beginning of things to do in Brazil. Avoid the crowds and visit in the summer or fall. Read up on your Brazil facts ...

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Sofitel São Paulo Hotels & Resorts

Samantha chooses to stay outside the city center at Sofitel Sao Paulo.

São Paulo, Brazil

 
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Mercado Central and Hocca Bar

Samantha explores the stalls in the market and checks out the unique foods sold here.

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Unique Hotel

Trendy, audacious and beyond imagination, it's definitely a unique hotel.

See & Do
Chilli Beans

Samantha pops into Chilli Beans, a local Sao Paulo sunglass company, for a pair of cooler than cool shades.

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Pizza Bros. Pizza

Believe it or not, one São Paulo family tradition is Sunday night pizza.

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Restaurante Sendai

Samantha and her friend Andrea head to Liberdade, a neighborhood filled with Japanese markets, shops and restaurants.

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Arte Tribal

One of Brazil's biggest exports has to be havaianas -- the Brazilian version of the flip-flop.

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Salve Jorge

Samantha meets up with some friends at a boteca, where Paulistas (residents of São Paulo) end their day and begin their evening.

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