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Mapping Your Way around Sao Paulo

Of all the places in the world, one city you are bound to get that sinking feeling of ‘oh! I am lost’, in is Sao Paulo. With it maze of concrete structures which are touching the sky, Sao Paulo is a tough city to wander through on the best of days. And just in case it happens to be an off-day of the luck fairy, you are bound to get lost! So how do you navigate through the lanes and the roads and alleys? Well, read on to know how…

Negotiating Sao Paulo can turn out to be a simple enough task if you plan smart. So if you think that getting the best airfares on flights to Sao Paulo gets you sorted, well it doesn’t.

Before you start packing your bags to board your cheap flight to Sao Paulo, ensure that you are carrying much more then clothes in that suitcase. Yes it is the quintessential Map, which is going to help you like it has never helped you before. Even before you land in this vibrant city, it will do you a world of good to peruse through that map, and get a fair idea about the city’s various areas and neighborhoods.

Few of the most well-known areas of the city are Centro - which hosts some of the most spectacular city sights -, the Avenida Paulista which boasts of being the most chic area of the city, Liberdale- which is the home for Japanese, Korean and Chinese communities, Bixiga- which is nicknamed as Sao Paulo’s Italy albeit he little one, Jardins- the safest place to be at in Sao Paulo, Itaim Bibi- a great place to party at courtesy t eh numerous nightclubs and Pinherois- yet another party place that sees a lot of action.

Once you are somewhat familiar with these areas, traveling is going to be a breeze. Before you reach Sao Paulo make sure that you are staying at a hotel which is in the central area of the city. If you do not plan on hiring cabs or renting cars, then the best way for you to enjoy Sao Paulo and visit its attractions is by commuting on a metro. Hence, renting an accommodation which is near to a subway station is a pretty good idea.

Traveling via the metro is a quick and inexpensive way of touring the city as the metro passes through a lot of the sought after attractions. But if you are keen to drive on the roads yourself, then abstain from doing so during the rush hours. And in case you are there for a longer trip, opt for a provisional driver’s license.

When it comes to safety, avoid anything that is flashy or brands you as a tourist rather easily. Be very alert when visiting the Liberdale and Centro areas of the city as these are the home grounds for mugging.

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