DMC & Incoming Tour Operator to Brazil and all of South America BIT 25 Years

Parks

The many parks and gardens are green havens in the busy city of Sao Paulo. The largest of them is Ibirapuera Park, designed by the renowned architect and landscape artist Burle Marx, and the buildings in it designed by Oscar Niemeyer. There is lots to do in this park, which has a lake and several monuments, and many people go there on weekends. Inside the park you can also find the headquarters of Sao Paulo's Biennial Foundation and Modern Art Museum, the planetarium for 375 spectators (being remodeling), a Japanese Pavilion and Garden for the Blind, with plants selected for their fragrance and information in Braille for the visitors.

Duration: approximately 4 hours
Departures: Tuesdays through Sundays, 9h00 and 14h00


Observation
Important Remarks:
1. Rates are per person, including air-conditioned transportation, local guide assistance and entrance fee.
2. The Japanese Pavilion visitation can only be done on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.