Root Cause Analysis Training in Brazil: Sao Paulo Local Attractions
TapRooT® will be traveling to Sao Paulo, Brazil June 22 – 26 for a 5-Day TapRooT® Advanced Root Cause Analysis Team Leader Training Course. Will you be joining us? Sao Paulo is the most populous and wealthiest city in Brazil. The city is full of cultural, museums, parks, and monuments. It is also a melting pot city, home to Italian, Arab, and Japanese diasporas. This gives visitors an unique experience when visiting Sao Paulo. So stay a couple of days after the course to immerse yourself in what Sao Paulo has to offer.
Vila Das Rosas – Looking for a vegetarian option? Well, look no further. At Vila Das Rosas you can enjoy your meal in a tranquil garden after your long day of shopping.
Savor Sao Paulo: Are you a foodie? Then you definitely want to check out Savor. They offer different types of food tours around Sao Paulo. So sit back, relax, and prepare to get stuffed!
Tche Cafe Bar: Is a great place to go if your looking for friendly staff and live music. The atmosphere is laid back and the drink selection is vast.
Templo Da Carne Marcos Bassi: Try out TripAdvisor’s top rated Brazilian Steakhouse. It is one of the best meat restaurants located in Sao Paulo. Below is a video explaining how they prepare their meat for guest.
Jardim Zoológico: This zoo is situated in the beautiful Parque do Estado. It is Brazil’s biggest zoo that provides shelter for more than 3,000 animal species.
Ibirapuera Park: Your trip to Sao Paulo wouldn’t be complete without visiting this exquisite park. It is home to the Japanese Pavilion, a planetarium, sports arena, an array of museums, and many other attractions.
Sao Paulo Museum of Art: Known locally as MASP, it houses one of Latin America’s most important art collections. You can see famous European artist such as: Degas, Renoir, Bonnard, and many many more!
Below is a video showing you the beautiful sights and the top 7 places you should visit in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Have you been to Sao Paulo before? What are some of your favorite attractions?