Cheap flights to São Paulo

Flying to São Paulo

There is a certain exotic quality to saying you are going to Brazil or catching a flight São Paulo bound. The place conjures up images of music you have to dance to, beaches to be seen on and the best coffee in the world.

To really appreciate Brazil, a three week stay is required at least. This give you the chance to arrive in style on your flights São Paulo bound and explore the city and its environs before heading into the jungle. If you do not have the luxury of so long, concentrate on one city and try to really get to know it.

Embarking on flights São Paulo bound

For a variety of flights São Paulo is accommodating because even though it is not the capital, it is the major hub for air transport. The many flights São Paulo has come from the rest of the country or from abroad so you can be assured of plenty of choices for flights São Paulo bound.

If you are on an international flight São Paulo airport, also known as Guarulhos, is where you are likely to land. Once you have disembarked from your flight São Paulo is about 30km away to the west. Many ‘airport service’ buses leave from the airport for the city centre every half an hour or there is a taxi rank.

Shopping in São Paulo

Once off your flight, São Paulo is waiting to be explored and shopping is often top of the list. For a grand experience, make your way to Daslu, a completely extravagant shopping emporium, but do not dare to walk! It is against the rules to arrive on foot so most have to take a taxi.

If you are feeling especially generous, a helicopter is really the way to make an entrance, landing on the building’s rooftop heliport. São Paulo has the dubious honour of being the city with the most number of private helicopters, over 300 at the last count. It would certainly put a different spin on any flights São Paulo offers.

If a bargain is what you came for, head for Rua 25 de Marco, north of the centre, where you will find an array of discounted goods from all over the world. Markets are always a good bet for having a mooch around and picking up some souvenirs or antiques. Then on your homeward flight São Paulo will remain in your thoughts because of all the purchases you acquired.

After a shopping spree, why not treat yourself to a night at the opera or ballet? The Sala São Paulo is a classical music venue in a renovated train station and offers great acoustics.

For bargain flights São Paulo has a range so check out the great deals at BudgetAir where you will find many flights São Paulo bound at knockdown prices. The flights São Paulo has can be purchased at any time of year as this destination is one that is buzzing whenever you go.

When to fly to São Paulo

The high season in Brazil is from December to March so catching a flight to São Paulo during this time is ideal for those who want some winter sun. As with any high season, it also means crowds, not only foreigners but also Brazilians on holiday. They also might get flights to São Paulo if they live far away, bearing in mind Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world.

The cheapest time to catch flights to São Paulo is between May and September though the weather is more unpredictable and many resorts are not open. One of the best times to get flights to São Paulo is October and November, or March and April when the hordes have dissipated but the weather is still warm.

More on the flights to São Paulo

The international airport for flights to São Paulo is Aeroporto São Paulo/Guarulhos which is roughly 30km east of the city centre. All international flights to São Paulo land here. For domestic flights to São Paulo there is Aeroporto de Congonhas, about 14km south.

Due to the increased number of flights to São Paulo, some domestic flights to São Paulo land at the international airport. There is also talk about opening a third airport because flights to São Paulo are so popular, so this could be a possibility over the next few years.

Once you have landed from your flight to São Paulo there are buses, the ubiquitous taxi and airport shuttle buses to ferry you straight to your hotel or into the centre.

Things to do in São Paulo

You will never be short of something to keep you entertained while in São Paulo. Rio de Janeiro just up the coast might be renowned for putting on a good Carnaval but São Paulo has its own charm and festivities.

One such highlight is the world’s largest Gay Pride parade, which has grown from 3,000 participants in 1997 to almost three million nowadays. It usually takes place in June. Another impressive event is the Bienal de São Paulo, held every even-numbered year from October to December. This is an international celebration of the arts and is mind-boggling just for its sheer size.

If you do not want to elbow your way through crowds whilst in São Paulo, there is plenty to do after dark that does not involve dressing up or watching parades. You are never far from a lively bar or restaurant, and the nightclubs only really start getting going after midnight.

If you just want a good coffee, São Paulo is the best place to be in Brazil mainly due to so much Italian influence. Brazil might produce a lot of coffee beans but most of the high quality stuff is exported. In São Paulo cafes however you will be in for a treat because the best beans – mountain-grown Arabica – are served there.

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