The South American metropolis is a cosmopolitan city made up of people from all over the world, full of festivals, theaters, and bars
While the city of Rio de Janeiro became famous due to the silhouette of the Corcovado, its mountains, and stunning white beaches, Sao Paulo, on the other hand, is known for being a jungle of glass and concrete, a sea of buildings, crowded streets, and chaotic avenues.
The largest urban center in the southern hemisphere, São Paulo is a cosmopolitan city made up of people from all over, full of festivals, theaters, and bars for all tastes.
This multicultural and urban environment is the brand of the city, which offers a wide variety of options to take advantage of the best of every corner of the world. From Italian restaurants to the best Japanese food, the different communities that make up the population of São Paulo are present in its nightlife.
Among the many options that exist, there may be one that is able to summarize all the intensity of São Paulo or, at least, allows you to contemplate all the grandeur of the metropolis, the bars, and restaurants with panoramic views.
Located in key points of the city, at the top of famous buildings and skyscrapers, the panoramic bars and restaurants are an excellent option to enjoy the nightlife of São Paulo and, at the same time, contemplate how the chaos and the multitude of the streets shape the metropolis that shines as far as the eye can see.
It is possible to contemplate the city from 5 famous panoramic bars.
Skye: Located in the elegant Jardins neighborhood at the top of the Unique Hotel, offers one of the most impressive views of the city.
Adega Santiago Cidade Jardim: Located in the southern area of Sao Paulo at the top of a luxury shopping center; it allows you to see the entire financial center of Vila Olimpia on the banks of Pinheiros River.
The View: It is on the 30th floor of a building in Alameda Santos, one block away from Paulista Avenue, the most famous street in the city.
Alto da Harmonia: Located in Villa Madalena, a region famous for its bars and nightclubs, occupies the roof of a small 3-storey building on top of a hill from where you can see the contrast between residential areas and the city’s skyscrapers.
Terraço Itália: Located in the historical center at the heart of São Paulo, it is undoubtedly the most famous of them all.
Each of these places offers a different view and a unique style, but all indubitably define the essence of the different faces of the Paulista night.
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