Memorial do Imigrante museum
Explore this fascinating museum, which was once a hostel that tens of thousands of immigrants passed through upon arriving in Brazil.
Look out for the lovely stained-glass windows depicting scenes of Brazilian agricultural production.
A showcase for modern São Paulo, this avenue also features a few lavish mansions from bygone eras.
This remarkable, late nineteenth-century British railway village is a popular base for hikes in the surrounding Mata Atlântica.
An intriguing relic of the state’s nineteenth-century coffee boom, this is one of the oldest surviving and best-preserved rural estates in the state of São Paulo.
Protected as a state park, this island – the most beautiful spot on São Paulo’s coast – remains unravaged by tourism.