Sustainable São Paulo

Brazil flag small Johanna Read TravelEater.netI hadn’t planned to go to São Paulo. Until, that is, I saw the great airfares Aeromexico was offering.

We were only there for a few days (before we took an epic bus trip to Iguazu Falls, the finest set of waterfalls on the planet on the border between Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay). But I was surprised at how much São Paulo had to offer.

Caipirinhas passionfruit and lime Johanna Read TravelEater.netHere’s my latest, A wayward weekend in São Paulo, for The Wayward Post. It highlights sustainable tourism options for a weekend in the biggest city in South America.

Still to come is my feature on a lovely hotel in the Jardins district, the Tivoli São Paulo – Mofarrej hotel, one of The Leading Hotels of the World, for LuxuryAndBoutiqueHotels.com. Their caipirinhas are excellent, by the way!

And if you’re planning to take advantage of Aeromexico’s great North to South America fares, note that you will most likely travel through Mexico City. If you have a long layover in this less-than-ideal airport, you’ll want to read my How to survive a long layover in Mexico City’s airport.

Parque Ibirapuera. Small photo by Johanna Read TravelEater.net

Note that my stay at the Tivoli was hosted by the hotel, but all the opinions written here are my own and no one from the hotel reviewed or approved my articles. 

What do you think? Your comments are most welcome.

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