The district of Jardins is a residential neighborhood that gathers huge modern villas in a very safe environment. It is one of the richest area in São Paulo and as an elite neighborhood, this is a privileged place to go shopping in high-end boutiques and to taste upscale dishes in luxurious restaurants.
This exclusive hotspot is known for its trendy nightlife and exceptional cultural dimension. The upper class region of Jardins welcomes the wealthiest population of São Paulo in gated single-family houses as well as several top schools, top-end hotels and lovely gardens.
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In recent years, the real estate market in São Paulo has evolved. In fact, professionals have revealed that a new trend was taking place: real estate buyers are investing more and more in small luxury apartments, situated in posh districts of the city and located in new and elegant high-rise apartment buildings. Besides, purchasers are more looking for constructions with a vast range of paid services. This type of investment is interesting because it allows companies to host their leaders in luxury districts with all conveniences of a house. Therefore, this kind of offers is mainly situated close to business centers.
In the last few years, the city of São Paulo has welcomed new types of buyers, who are mainly posh young couples and wealthy businessmen who wish to invest in a luxury property.
In Brazil, there are special rules regarding property: – the general rule is that the owner of the soil also owns the subsoil. Owner is able to make vertical constructions up to a reasonable depth, such as to build a basement or a subterranean garage. Owner cannot prevent the use of the subsoil for some activities, such as soil drilling for subway rails, passageway for conduit devices... Foreign investors have the same rights as local citizens to acquire real estate property, except for special cases (rural lands, mining land, property near the coast or frontier...) and Foreigne r with residence in Brazil cannot acquire more than an area equivalent to 50 units of rural property called “módulos rurais”. foreign entity can only acquire rural property for agricultural purpose, industrialization, and other specific projects, duly approved by the Brazilian Agricultural Ministry or the Department of Trade and Industry.
It is advisable to count with a legal assistance for the acquisition of a real estate in Brazil. The lawyer will verify the certificates and possible burdens or impediments for the acquisition, elaborate all legal documents, and make sure that the transaction is safe for the buyer.
It is during this period that temperatures are worst, tourism is also declining, with the exception of July, which is a period of school holidays. During this season, it is best to explore some parts of the Amazon and the Pantanal.
During this season the climate is mild and dry, especially when approaching the coast and temperatures decline slightly further south. The tourist attraction during this period is not excessive which makes it the best period to discover São Paulo and its surroundings.
The peak season in Brazil coincides with the winter of the northern hemisphere. It is the most festive period when it is the hottest. The tourist influx is very intense and the climate remains very heavy. In addition, in the case of a school holiday period in Brazil, the number of tourists is the highest.
The famous Ibirapuera Park is an unmissable place to visit in São Paulo. This massive green area has a lot to offer as it could be compared to Central Park in New York. It is home to various lakes, where water jet shows take place at night.
This lovely corner of nature within the city also hosts various museums and lodges, such as the contemporary art museum (cicillo Matarazzo) or even the Manoel da Nobrega lodge, which was formerly the city hall. Needless to say that there are also a planetarium and the agriculture center in the Ibirapuera park!
Actually, this is a little town by itself, within the city of Sao Paulo, where you can easily escape from the hustle and bustle of citylife.
Built in 1953 by the famous architecture Niemeyer, the Copan building is a renowned venue in São Paulo due to its particular curve. This iconic monument is the largest structure built in Brazil and it has the largest floor area of any residential building in the world. Many artists and the elite of the city have lived in this famous skyscraper. On its top, you can enjoy a stunning panoramic view on the city and admire the sunset.
This is one of the finest museums in the city. Situated inside a building designed by Niemeyer, it displays exceptional pieces, sculptures, documents, ceramics, paintings or even jewelry from the African culture's history in Brazil.
Over 6,000 works, the museum highlights the importance of black people from Africa in the Brazilian culture, heritage and identity. Its collection is the largest one regarding Afro-American in America.
The large city of São Paulo has about 20 million inhabitants, making it the third most popular megalopolis in the world and the largest city in South America. São Paulo is also the economic, gastronomic and cultural capital of Brazil, also known for its unpredictable climate and the architecture of its infrastructures.
There are, in this city, no less than 150 museums and cultural centers, 12500 restaurants representing more than 50 types of cuisine, more than 400 cinemas and theaters. It is important not to forget that there are more than 15 000 bars and discotheques, which is related to the reputation of Brazilian,'s nights. And which make the pleasure of tourists, coming from all over ...