Hotels & Sightseeing
Via HG Turismo is the official travel agency of GMIC São Paulo and offers to the visitors exclusive travel packages with special rates.
– Special rates for airfares for the dates of GMIC São Paulo;
– Packages with special rates (Payment by credit card – single installment);
– Hosting with exclusive prices;
– Shuttle hotel / fair and fair / hotel during the event;
– Airport Shuttle with receptive service;
– Personalized and bilingual service;
– Support of Via HG staff during the period of the event at the hotel and at the Fair.
Phone: + 55 11 4229 -9593
Fax: + 55 11 4226 5203
WhatsApp : + 55 11 95804-7901
And to make your trip complete, we offer options of travel packages and City Tour with day and night touristic programs.
Favorites Places to Eat
Tantra Restaurante (Indian Restaurant)
Rua Chilon nº 364 – Vila Olímpia
Jardineira Grill (Steak House)
Avenida dos Bandeirantes nº 1001 – Vila Olímpia
Fogo de Chão (Steak House)
Avenida dos Bandeirantes nº 538 – Vila Olímpia
O Josephine (Bistro)
Rua Jaques Felix nº 253 – Vila Nova Conceição
Fasano (Italian Food)
Rua Vitorio Fasano nº 88 – Jardins
Figueira Rubaiya (Steak House)
Rua Haddock Lobo nº 1738 – Jardins
Our Favorite Bars
Bar do Arnesto
Rua Ministro Jesuíno Cardoso nº 207 – Vila Olímpia
Bardot Boteco Bistrô
R. Clodomiro Amazonas, 260 – Itaim Bibi
Rua Professor Atílio Inocente nº 277 – Itaim Bibi
Alameda Santos nº 981 – Jardins
Avenida Brigadeiro Luís Antonio nº 4.700 – Jardins
MASP – Museu da Arte de São Paulo – Assis Chateaubriand
Avenida Paulista, 1578 – Cerqueira César
The Museu de Arte de São Paulo is a private, nonprofit museum founded by Brazilian businessman Assis Chateaubriand, in 1947, as Brazil’s first modern museum. Chateaubriand invited Italian art dealer and critic Pietro Maria Bardi to serve as MASP’s director, a position he held for nearly forty-five years. Acquired through donations from the local society, MASP’s first artworks were selected by Bardi and became the most important collection of European art in the Southern Hemisphere. Today, MASP’s collection contains more than 8.000 works, including paintings, sculptures, objects, photographs, and costumes from a wide range of periods, encompassing art from Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas. Besides the permanent exhibition of its collection, MASP organizes a comprehensive program of temporary exhibitions, courses, and talks, as well as musical, dance, and theater presentations.
Theatro Municipal de São Paulo
Praça Ramos, s/n°, no Centro de São Paulo
Mercado Municipal de São Paulo
R. da Cantareira, 306 – Centro, São Paulo
A must go place for tourists from all over Brazil and other countries, the Mercado Municipal de São Paulo (Municipal Market of São Paulo) is one of the most traditional gourmet points of the city. And must really be. Mercadão, as it is affectionately known by the visitors, you can find a wide variety of foods – from fresh vegetables and fruits to meat, poultry and seafood of all kinds, pasta, sweets and top of the line spices from different parts of the world. Not to mention its Gourmet Lounge, which offers the opportunity to try tasty dishes there, while enjoying the architectural beauty of Mercadão
More information: http://www.oportaldomercadao.com.br/index.php?page=english
Casa das Rosas
Av. Paulista, 37 – Bela Vista – SP
Back in 1928, the most famous and reputable architectural firm in all Latin America was that of Francisco de Paula Ramos de Azevedo. The Pinacoteca do Estado, the Municipal Theater, the Prédio da Light and the São Paulo Public Market are some of São Paulo’s listed buildings that the Azevedo offices both designed and oversaw construction.
The Casa das Rosas is yet another addition to this illustrious list. Boasting thirty rooms, a chapel, several courtyards and a rose garden to which the house owes its name, Azevedo chose to build this classic French style mansion along the stretch of real estate that was then home to most of the millionaire coffee barons of the day: the Avenida Paulista.