São Paulo has the largest and most diversified population of Brazil: of the more than 40 million people, about 3 million are immigrants from 70 different nationalities. The State has a vocation for business, but is also full of cultural attractions, especially in the capital.
The Museu de Arte de São Paulo (Masp), the Pinacoteca do Estado and the Latin America Memorial are some of the cultural options of the city of São Paulo, the State capital. Sampa, as it is popularly known, also offers fun in parks like the Ibirapuera, open fairs in various districts and a busy nightlife from Monday to Monday.
Also known as the latin american capital of gastronomy, the city offers high standard international restaurants and fine regional cuisine signed by Brazilian chefs. São Paulo is also famous for hosting one of the biggest LGBT parades in the world in celebration of the LGBT pride month of São Paulo, in May.
Those who visit the State have available more than 5 thousand hosting means in its 645 cities. In addition to over 620 km of beautiful beaches, such as Guarujá and Ubatuba, São Paulo offers rural and ecological tourism in places such as the Serra do Mar State Park and Serra da Bocaina National Park.
In Ilhabela, known as the capital of sailing, dozens of beaches and about 400 waterfalls are the delight of divers.
Cities with European climate, such as Campos do Jordão and São José dos Campos, in addition to caves and waterfalls, many in São Luiz do Paraitinga, are other attractions of the State.