Day 6, gosh we did a lot on that day. I was sick but had enough energy to go downtown and visit a lot of places. First, we went to a cafe called “Isso e Café “(this is coffee). This place is special because of it’s emplacement, which is right over an highway. Second, we went to Itau Cultural to see the private collection of the founder of the bank Itau. The first thing you see when you enter this collection is a white hall covered with paints and drawings of plants and animals of Brazil, and this is jaw dropping (what Bruno is partially representing in this drawing). If you have time, it’s free and quite interesting. After a tiny break, we went to see a house built by the emperor for his daughter (free cultural activities yay!). Finally, after shopping a bit, I experimented another coffee at Havana (I know so hipster), which is a really good coffee brand in Brazil (if you see one try it!).
NB: Everything that I mentioned in this post is situated near or on Paulista avenue, a huge highway, really famous in Sao Paulo, so you should check it out!