Seeing the skyline in a city of over 12 million people do not seem like an easy task. But I guarantee amazing scenarios and much greener than you might have imagined when thinking of the view in São Paulo.
On Forest International Day, a common scene from a nice place close to São Paulo where we can breathe fresh air in the atlantic rainforest – Serra do Mar.
Ibirapuera Park is one of my favorites places for walk and relax. The area is about 1.584.000 square meters for sports, relax, events…
In this image I capture some of my passions: sunset, travel and São Paulo city. So, it makes me remember many sunsets I’ve seen from airplane’s window.
Brazil is one of the most beautiful places in the world due natural beauties and we are very proud to show you what to do around the 12 cities.
The Atlantic Rainforest has one of the highest biodiversity indexes in the planet. The largest protection area of this biome is within the 315 hectares in State Park of Serra do Mar
Whoever follows me knows I love trails, but since I came to São Paulo (5 years ago) I could not find people who enjoyed the pleasure of walking kilometres in the middle of the nature. One fine day I found a forum on the web, people looking for someone to go on adventures. Just perfect, we have already done some trails and started Nação Trilheira.
That is the face of Brazil in the last days. The expression has started in São Paulo and spread to all country charging the government less corruption and the real attention to basic needs of the people. It started with violence then became pacific in some cities and now the violence is back because of the actions from vandals and opportunistic
On a lazy Sunday, I was invited to go to a Buddhist temple and enjoy a vegetarian lunch. After a few hours lost in São Paulo, we arrived in Cotia, in the ZU LAI TEMPLE. The 30 km should be fast, but getting out of this metropolis is no easy task.
The image from this week is a tribute to the city I chose to live since 2008. São Paulo is loved and hated at the same time from its residents. But anyone who spends a season there can’t stay away for longer. The Latin America’s biggest city is celebrating today 459 years old.