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Sao Paulo

Located in the south of Brazil, Sao Paulo is not only the largest city in the country, but it’s one of the biggest vacation hotspots in Brazil, too. Whether you prefer to spend your free time wandering around art galleries, exploring museums, dining on fine food, working on your tan or something else altogether – this city is sure to provide you with a wealth of things to see and do.

Before you snap up the first cheap flights to Sao Paulo that you see, you might want to think about when you want to visit. The city has a monsoon-influenced humid subtropical climate and experiences its summer from January to March and winter from June to September. Generally, winter in Sao Paulo is mild and fairly dry whilst summer is warm and very wet by comparison. Because of the difference in weather, the summer months are the least popular time to visit, making them the best months to take advantage of budget flights to Sao Paulo, providing you don’t mind the odd wet spell.

Fall and spring in Sao Paulo are known as the transitional months, when the weather is often at its most pleasant – think mildly warm temperatures and only a small amount of rainfall. If you don’t want to risk being stuck in your hotel room due to rain storms, these seasons area a great time to bag some low-cost flights to Sao Paulo.

Whenever you choose to visit the vibrant city, you’ll never be stuck for something fun to do. The Theatro Municipal De Sao Paulo hosts some amazing shows, Catavento Cultural e Educacional is the perfect place to take young children and the Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil Sao Paulo is a must-visit for art lovers. If none of this tickles your fancy, there are plenty of other things to see and do in the city, ranging from dozing in the sun at the Ibirapuera Park and exploring the Football Museum to shopping at Jardins District and checking out the animals at the Sao Paulo Zoo.

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