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Flights to São Paulo

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  • Fly direct to São Paulo International Airport (GRU) from London Heathrow (LHR).

  • Our flights to São Paulo will run daily, all year round starting in 2020. Booking from Summer 2019.

  • The flight time from London to São Paulo is just under 12 hours.

Bustling São Paulo is Brazil's financial hub, the largest Portuguese-speaking city in the world and your perfect entry point to the whole of South America. This cosmopolitan city is home to world famous jazz, art, fashion, and sports events.

From the Mercadão Municipal (market) and Museu do Futebol (football museum) to the Catedral da Sé (main cathedral)there are so many amazing places to visit you'll have to return to São Paulo more than once.

Our new service to São Paulo is now available to book, flights to São Paulo start from 29 March 2020, subject to government approval.

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Things to do in São Paulo

Edifício Copan

Take in the vastness of Edifício Copan, Sao Paolo’s most iconic structure.  This snaking tower block – one of Brazil’s biggest buildings – is the work of Modernist master, Oscar Niemeyer. Visit the spectacular rooftop to really get a feel for the size of both the structure and the mega-city below.

Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP)

Architecture is big in Brazil’s most populated city – explore the artistic beauty of Museu de Arte de São Paulo, itself an intriguing modern structure. With an 8,000 piece-strong collection of South American works, MASP is one of the most important museums in the Southern Hemisphere. 

The Mercado Municipal

The Mercado Municipal São Paulo is a feast for every single one of your five senses. Navigate the colourful stalls and bustling crowds and make sure to taste the vast range of the local delicacies on offer. Be sure to take in the beautiful domed structure and stained glass between mouthfuls.

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