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A year-round destination, the weather in São Paulo is very changeable, especially in the winter, when temperatures can vary tremendously in only one day . Summers are steamy, hot and with bursts of tropical rain and winters can get as cold as 8-10ºC.

spsaopaulo05São Paulo is often sold short due to its concrete jungle fame, but it is by far the most cosmopolitan, complex and intriguing city in the country and a plate full for any urbanite. What it lacks in natural beauty it makes up for in sophistication, vibrantly hip scenes and countless cultural options. São Paulo is dynamic, multifaceted and up to snuff with the quintessential desirables: excellent food, art, culture and entertainment, services, and ample choice of novelties for most tastes and interests.

spsaopaulo02A few days in Sampa will inspire any city lover to return more than once and explore further the side of it that inspires you the most. For shoppers, São Paulo is a haven of vibrant fashion and design options, for art lovers, the country’s leading public venues and galleries can fill several days during your stay. Arguably one of the gastronomic capitals of the world, you’ll find a different bar and restaurant option for each day of your visit, given you are not taken by a token few that quickly become your local favourites.

site estaiadaOne of the largest city’s in the world, your choice of hotel will depend to a large extent on what brings you to town, what you intend to do during your stay and to what part of town this ties you to. São Paulo is on a steep upward curve and there are plenty of top end hotels to choose from catering to your specific needs. From small leading hotels, to design icons, business options and more strategic properties, you’ll certainly find a good bed in town.