More on hostels Sao Paulo
The city that works hard and plays harder, Sao Paulo’s nightlife is all night. Amazing unrivalled nightlife options are endless and there is something for everyone- dance clubs, jazz clubs, discotheques, and comedy bars are only few of the variety of nightspots available here. The grandiosity of these entertainment and night spots has attracted famous world performers to its center stage.
Partly because of the growing success of the fashion industry of the city, fantastic shops and fashionable boutiques are mushrooming all over the city. Trendy jeans, fashionable apparels, glamorous haute couture are featured in Rua Oscar Freire, Mercado Municipal, Patio Higienopolis, Avenida Paulista, Feira Oriental, Clube Chocolate, and most especially in Shopping Center Iguatemi.
Sao Paulo hostels has also something to boast when it comes to natural surroundings. The Serra da Cantareira is home to the impressive State Park and historic center. The Serra do Mar State Park covers 315,000 hectares of tropical forest and supported a rich and highly diversified ecosystem. It is home to the largest howler monkey colony of the country. Because of its natural geological formations- springs, streams and reservoirs, it is the most valued spot in Brazil.
Sao Paulo is also home to outstanding museums in the country. Set in as stunning garden, the Museo de Iparanga is housed in a lovely traditional building and contains extensive collection of furniture, costumes, and paintings that depict the city’s past. The Memoral do Immigrante showcases the diverse culture of the city. This late 19th century structure once held 10,000 immigrant labourers and now displays a rich collection of photos and documents that tell the city’s history. Located at the center of the city within close proximity to the city’s main attractions, Museu de Zoologia displays preserved creatures that actually dates back more than 120 years ago. And the oldest museum, Museu Paulista was opened since 1895 and features enormous collection of local artefacts and holds a good collection of European and Brazilian art dating from antiquity to present.
Another attraction in Sao Paulo hostels that is worth visiting is the country’s major touristic educational institution, Butante Institute. One of the leaders in the development of basic and applied research in the areas of molecular biology, immunology, and epidemiology, it collaborates with other institutions in the development of biotechnology and infectology. It is responsible for the production of most of the vaccines used in Brazil. It is also one of the world’s leading centers for the study of poisonous snakes and features a park which holds tens of thousands of snakes housed in their natural environments.
Hostels Sao Paulo
Sao Paulo features around more than 400 national and international hotels and an estimated of more than 400, 000 guest rooms, an evidence of its growing popularity in the world of tourism. It is home to the major hotel chains of the world as well as strings of local guesthouses available both in the upscale and budget market. Budget travellers may wish to consider staying in hostels as these are usually cheap and offer a wide array of services as well as facilities that cater more to personalized attention.
Sao Paulo hostels is truly an amazing amalgam of cultural diversity and ultra-modern lifestyle. This exciting urban jungle is an excellent alternative tourist destination to most of the laid-back lifestyle of scenic natural landscapes that most touristic spots offer.