Big, sprawling Sao Paulo is a teeming megalopolis and one of the biggest cities in the world. Founded by Jesuit Priests in 1554 as a mission station atop a small hill on the banks of the River Tietê, Sao Paulo grew into a commercial and industrial powerhouse on the back of coffee cultivation in the 1800’s. The climate and soil in Sao Paulo were considered perfect for the cultivation of coffee and in 1867 with the arrival of the railroad, coffee cultivation exploded and the city became the largest exporter of coffee in the world.
After slavery was abolished in 1884, the plantation owners began to use immigrant labor to cultivate their crops and soon the city was inundated with Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, German and even Japanese workers. This immigration contributed greatly to Sao Paulo’s multicultural character that lives on until today.
Sao Paulo is a big urban jungle and a holiday in the city has none of the trademarks of a typical Brazilian vacation like laid-back beaches coupled with much sunshine. Tourists who head to Sao Paulo come to experience its big city delights like excellent restaurants, numerous designer good stores and malls and a thumping nightlife scene that features bars and dance clubs that stay open until the early hours of the morning.
If you have a trip to Sao Paulo planned sometimes soon, then perhaps you should consider business flights since the journey to Sao Paulo from the US is definitely a long haul one. Business class seats enhance the quality of your travel as they l...Read Moreargely eliminate the agonies associated with long-haul flights conducted in lower cabins.
Business tickets also afford you with a whole host of privileges like seat selection sans fees, dedicated check-in counters, free enhanced baggage allowance, lounge access, fully convertible into flat bed seats in a special cabin supplied with an infinite supply of good food and wine and attentive service.
Sao Paulo, aside from being a tourist destination that offers attractions like the Latin American Memorial, the Sao Paulo Museum of Art and the Ibirapuera Park, is also an important business travel destination. The city is home to the Sao Paulo Stock Exchange and the headquarters of all the multinational companies that have a presence in Brazil. Further the city also hosts year round events like Sao Paulo Art Biennial, the Brazil Grand Prix Formula1 Sao Paulo, and the Sao Paulo Fashion Week that attract hordes of visitors to its shores. Flying business class to Sao Paulo will enable you to arrive at your destination fairly well rested so that you will be able to take in its myriad delights almost immediately.
If you cannot locate a ‘special offer’ to fly on business class seats to Sao Paulo, you can always contact a reputed airfares consolidator. Airfares consolidators are high volume sales agents who have exclusive contracts with airlines. These exclusive contracts gain them access to huge business class discounts which they pass on to their customers. It is worthwhile to note that not only do these discounted business tickets give you access to all the amenities of the premier cabin, they also accrue enhanced mileage like regular business class seats.
Now that you know how to bag cheap business tickets, you should be able to easily snag one for your trip to Sao Paulo. Hide