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Tiffany’s (1961), the jewelers nest their pieces in the famous blue boxes, thus seducing any woman. On Oscar Freire Street, you can admire the creations that ornament the windows of H. Stern (R. Oscar Freire, 652, Jardins; 30688082) while Boutique Montblanc (R. Oscar Freire, 740, Jardins, 3068-8811) showcases gold and diamond jewelry and limited editions of their famous pens. Take this chance and parade as if you were in New York’s Fifth Avenue, for Oscar Freire and the surrounding
streets (like Bela Cintra and Haddock Lobo) shelter exclusive stores and luxury brands from the international fashion scene. If you want to take a break for coffee, go into Santo Grão (R. Oscar Freire, 413, Jardins; 3062-9294), a trendy cafe where you can have a cup of coffee or tea, and snacks. If the day is chilly, try the “Irish coffee”, which takes whisky. If the weather is good by late afternoon, get an aerial view of the city. At the Aeroclube de São Paulo (Av. Olavo Fontoura, 650, Campo
One of the most pulsating metropolis in the world, São Paulo is much more than a great place for doing business. Taking a day off is the fir...