São Paulo is hosting some of the biggest communities of immigrants of the world. We will talk about Italians, Japanese, Syrian-Lebanese and many others. We will discover the history of the first skyscraper of Latin America and learn how the Tupi tribe was living here before and where was passing one of the oldest path of South America We will cover the "new' center and discover the historical downtown. Jesuits and Conquerors, Churches and Banks, migrants and immigrants! During this walk I'll show you how the city of Sao Paulo transformed itself in the last 100 years and what means living here today. Be ready to jump to the top of the city to shell the eyes in front of its immensity to then dive into its vibrant communities getting lost in its colors, perfumes and hidden details. This is what happens to me everyday since I live in this beautiful mess!
Professional Tour Guide in Brazil and Latam, I’m a traveler, humanist, graduated on film, theatre and fine arts. In love with languages, cities, and cultures. I'm an indie researcher on history of the city of Sao Paulo Originally from the ancient city of Pompeii, I've been guiding walking tours in Italy, Spain and Portugal and since 3 years here in Sao Paulo. I'm the founder and creator of Concrete Jungles Walking Tours, a project of very successful Walking Tours running here in Sao Paulo since 2017. Living in São Paulo I felt in love for this city its history and incredibly rich and divers culture ⭐ Walk through the Paulista Avenue: https://airbnb.com/experiences/496880 ⭐ Street Art is not for lazy tourists: https://airbnb.com/experiences/1240361 ⭐ São Paulo Cultural, MAS and Pinacoteca: https://airbnb.com/experiences/8380
What do you know about the "verticalization" of the city of Sao Paulo? This tour starts in the center of an amazing triad of buildings: Copan, Italia and Hilton! After lookin up we'll get down and walk through the Downtown cross the "new" and the "old" center. Highlights are the Municipal Theatre, the Martinelli Building and the See Cathedral the stunning baroque church of San Francisco Convent. To end at its best will visit the Japan Town