Sao Paulo Paulista Street is the busiest and busiest street in Sao Paulo. Both sides of the road are modern high-rise buildings, as well as various high-end shopping malls and banks. It is the international financial center of Brazil and absolutely the symbol of Brazil's wealth.
A famous financial street in Sao Paulo. On both sides of the street, there are buildings of various shapes, together with various kinds of people on the way to and from work. It's very eye-catching to stroll around. There is a street garden on the side road. Like the garden beside Shopping Cidade Sao Paulo, there are WiFi spots.
Paulista Avenue is a very famous street town in Sao Paulo. It's suitable to bring your partner with you. It's worth seeing that the price is 30-50 [%] very cost-effective in China. It's close to the weekend park. Before you go there, you probably imagine most of them. Only when you get there, you will have a real feeling.
Financial Street was built in 1891 and invested by Uruguayan Eugene Lima and friends. In less than a hundred years later, Paulista Street, 2,800 meters long, grew into a financial hub for wealth accumulation. Like other large financial centers in the world, Sao Paulo's Financial Street is full of banks and tall buildings. Almost all international banks are here. You can see it here. The public order here is better. You can go around and have a look. There is a park next to it for quiet. There is a market on the weekend. You can have a look at it.
The most important financial streets in Brazil and South America are all high-rise buildings. You can go shopping!