Ibirapuera Park, Sao Paulo

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Home to various museums and monuments, Ibirapuera Park is one of the city’s most important recreational and cultural areas. This green area features sprawling areas designated for picnicking, jogging, cycling, and walking. The park’s importance to the city, locals claim, is comparable to that of Central Park to the residents of New York City. One of Latin America’s largest urban parks, the site opened in 1954 to mark the 400th anniversary of the city. Many of the park’s buildings were designed by famed architect Oscar Niemeyer, while the landscaped green zones were planned by agronomist Otávio Agusto de Teixeira Mendes. The park is home to the Museum of Modern Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, and the iconic Obelisk of Sao Paolo, symbol of Brazil’s Constitutional Revolution. To visit Ibirapuera Park on your trip to Sao Paulo, use our Sao Paulo trip itinerary planner.
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  • In the middle of the town a paradise. In the middle of a concrete jungle, a place of refuge to air ideas
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  • I visit because I was told that fence did not have much time to navigate it really is great. It has two lakes is a place frequented by people who do exercise, running or bike. It has several routes marked on the floor and signage indicating that que.recorrido corresponds to each. floor area is marked for walking area where to run or bike is very tidy. There are place that sell water and fruit. also rent you the chairs if you want to be a while beside the Lake. you have vida.animal giant weights of colors type there are Chinese pond, birds of all kinds. There are Planetarium all this is within the Park which has several access doors
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  • It is a good park on a day with nice weather. Beautiful trees with green and pink colors, convenient but not imposing stands selling coconut water, and you see many different couples picnicking there on a nice spot. It was a great place to visit for a few hours. The place is actually not that large. We walked the whole loop in about an hour, but it was a very enjoyable time.
  • Ibirapuera Park is a big and busy park. There's a lot of space to move around and a lot of people to see and meet. It is a bustling spot, where you will see people working out in the outdoor exercise frames, skateboarders whizzing past and hundreds of families having a good time. There are times when it is less busy and the park feels much more spacious. It is an ideal place to hang out and have a good time
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