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Ibirapuera Park, guaranteed leisure
Without a doubt, the paulistano’s sweetheart! Designed by Oscar Niemeyer, a 1.584 square km. area, three artificial lakes, a jogging trail, a bicycle lane, lighted courts and playgrounds. It houses the Museu Afro Brasil, the MAM (Museu de Arte Moderna), the Oca, the Pavilhão Japonês, the Planetário, the Auditório do Ibirapuera and the vivarium “Manequinho Lopes”.
It is considered the most important urban park of São Paulo, it has a very diverse agenda throughout the year that promotes leisure, health and culture. Attracting visitors of all ages, from all over the region. No matter what, you’ll be enchanted by this park.
Spending an afternoon at the park on a weekday when it’s always nice and calm, or on a weekend (always full) is always a great idea. The Planetarium is a fun and educational place for kids and the Ibirapuera Auditorium hosts bands and orchestras from all over the world.
Main access: Av. Pedro Álvares Cabral (Gate 10), it has several other entrances with different hours for access.
- Gates: 02, 03, 05 and 10, from 05h00 to 24h00.
- Gates: 04, 06 and 09, from 06h00 to 20h00.
- Gate: 07A, from 07h00 to 17h00.
- Gates: 07, 08 and 09A, from 06h00 to 20h00.
Cars and other vehicles entrances at gates 3 and 7 (using the zona azul parking).
The park opens 24 hours on Saturdays with pedestrian entrances at gates 2 and 10.
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