The city of São Paulo -Brazil – is divided into 5 regions: north zone, south zone, east zone, west zone and downtown.
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Due to its division, it ends up being kind of difficult to know what to do in each region.
Then see what you can do in the East Zone of São Paulo.
If your business is touring to eat, I recommend going to Tatuapé, this neighborhood is full of restaurants of the most varied styles, there is a shrimp all-you-can-eat restaurant, like Bar do Paco, there is Uruguayan food, like Uru, and several others meal options.
Of course, we cannot forget the famous Praça da Silvio Romero (Silvio Romero square), it’s perfect for eating a hot dog and walking around.
Tatuapé is also very good for nightlife, it is full of pubs that are the biggest hit in the region, with live music and so on.
Neo Química Arena
For football fans, your ideal trip is to visit the Corinthians stadium.
Neo Química Arena is located in the Itaquera and offers a tour of the stadium for the price of 60 reais (not even $13 dollars), which is an unmissable tour. For more information click here.
Immigration Museum – East Zone of São Paulo
If you like to know a little about the history of the places you travel, I recommend visiting the Immigration Museum – Museu da Imigração do Estado de São Paulo.
It is located in the Mooca neighborhood, in the East Zone. There you can learn a little about the history of immigrants coming to São Paulo in search of new opportunities.
For more information about timetables and prices click here
During the World Cup period, the largest graffiti corridor in Latin America was made.
It is located on Radial Leste and you can observe these arts inside your own vehicle.
CERET Recreation Club – East Zone
Located in the Tatuapé, CERET is ideal for all ages, it has many types of sports courts, lke: tennis, basketball, soccer, volleyball (in many different styles). In addition to a playground and several other activities to do.
After a delightful walk on CERET, you can head to Shopping Anália Franco, which is located next to the recreational club.
So, do you already know the east side? What do you think about it? Tell us about your experience there in the comments!
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