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Jardins

Rua da Consolação, 3154, Sao Paulo, 01416-000, Brazil
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  • Jardins
    andre
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    5 Jul 13, 2012

    5 star neighborhood, best place to stay and hang out in Sao Paulo. Full of restaurants any kind you can think of, nice clubs, good shopping, one of the most expensive square meters in Brazil.

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  • Jardins
    Karinne Ferrari
    5 Jul 05, 2012

    The best place to spend time lookin/shopping the best brazilian/internayional trends. It has a different shopping concept...

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  • Jardins
    Fabio Meirelles
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    4 Jul 04, 2012

    The Jardins neighborhood has it all: the best restaurants in the city, the best stores, the biggest mansions, galeries, cinemas, luxury car stores and even some cool night clubs and bars, even though it's not particularly known for its' night life.
    There's three sub-districts making up "Jardins" (literally, "Gardens") Jardim Paulista, Jardim América and Jardim Europa, and each has their own kind of spots.
    In the lower end, Jardim Europa is home to Brazil's most luxurious car stores and at the same time one of its' coolest museums, the image and sound museum, MIS.
    Along with Jardim America it's where Sao Paulo's whealtiest live: you can find the biggest mansions in both districts. In that sense, they are pretty much the same district, the difference in the name is due to the street names: you may find Sociedade Harmonia de Tênis, an upscale tennis club, located in Rua Canada and therefore part of Jardim America, or the Escola Panamericana de Arte located in Rua Groenlândia, Jardim Europa's only design school.
    Going up through Avenida Europa you'll get to Jardim Paulista, comprised of streets whose names were chosen from cities in the state of Sāo Paulo ("paulista" is the adjective of being from São Paulo)
    This part of the neighborhood is where you'll find some of the city's best restaurants (Dom and Fasano) stores (Rua Oscar Freire) cafés (Suplicy and Santo Grāo) cultural spots (conjunto nacional, cinesesc) and some night life (o'malleys pub, squat, bar balcão) just to name a few examples.
    There's so much to do that any comprehensive guide will never be comprehensive enough, and the only way to fully enjoy jardins is to walk around and find out for yourself. I was born and lived my whole life here and there's still plenty of stuff I haven't done and spots I haven't been in.
    Enjoy!

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  • Jardins
    Monique Vanni
    4 Jul 04, 2012

    This is the main shopping district in São Paulo, and one of the few places you get to actually walk around. Stroll along the Rua Oscar Freire and Alameda Lorena. Then you can hike up to Avenida Paulista, and look at the skycrapers in the city's most iconic avenue.

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  • Jardins
    Vitor Alexander
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    5 Jul 19, 2012

    Beautiful and expansive place to live in Sao Paulo city close to Paulista avenue.

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  • Jardins
    Mauro Vendemiatti
    3 Jul 04, 2012

    só é legal para quem é rico

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    Denise Legey
    3 Sep 19, 2012
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    Fatima M-p
    5 Jun 22, 2012
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  • JardinsPro 2014
    . Troy
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    5 Jan 26, 2014
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4.5 out of 5
9 member's reviews
19 people visited Jardins

Description

Of all the areas and districts within the city of Sao Paulo, it is the region of Jardins that encompasses all that the city and country have to offer. Know for the massive amounts of amenities that it offers, the area features over a hundred different restaurants and more than 200 bars. The region is also home to several of the city's well known museums, including the Sao Paulo Museum of Image and ... read more
Sound, the Ema Gordon Klabin Cultural Foundation, the Museum of the Brazilian House and the Brazilian Museum of Sculpture. Offering shopping and great scenery at virtually every corner, Jardins is an experience like no other.

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