Essential attractions that translate the history and routine of the city
The oldest museum in the city is located inside Jardim da Luz. It’s no coincidence that the clock at the Estação da Luz train station across the street recalls Big Ben: Englishman Charles Henry Driver was responsible for its construction.
São Paulo has the largest Japanese community in the world, as seen in this neighborhood adorned with lanterns. Karaoke bars, shops, and traditional restaurants are found on every corner.
Inspired by the Paris Opera, it stands across from Praça Ramos de Azevedo, named after the architect who put up the theater, as well as some of the most famous buildings in the city.