One of the largest cities in Latin America and the most populous in Brazil, São Paulo has a very diverse culture, mainly because it developed through the work of its immigrants, most of them made up of Portuguese, Spanish Italians and Japanese. The metropolis is a business center and has a multitude of schedules and leisure for visitors, bringing together music, theater, arts and of course gastronomy.
There are over 12,000 restaurants, cafes, bars and nightclubs that cater to all audiences. São Paulo is the capital with the greatest chefs of Brazilian cuisine. High gastronomy and cultural diversity bring a touch of charm to the dining scene, which also has famous burgers, starred restaurants, Japanese restaurants and popular pubs for example. Cafes, patisseries and ice cream are part of the menu of cosmopolitan São Paulo, which leaves no visitor without delighting with so many options.