Jardim Paulista Shopping Walk (Self Guided), Sao Paulo

Update your look and your wardrobe, and keep an eye out for exciting fashion accessories as you investigate the stores, shops and boutiques of Jardim Paulista. This upscale São Paulo neighborhood encompasses several streets filled with a diverse mixture of fashion shopping options.

Fashionistas sniff out the hottest trends and latest styles at Rua Oscar Freire. The tree-lined avenue is where some of Brazil's top fashion designers have a presence. The road is also the stylish home of numerous foreign luxury brands. Whether or not you are into fashion, the thoroughfare is one of the most attractive in the city.

There are more fabulous clothing offerings on Rua Bela Cintra with the boutique of Gloria Coelho. She is a leading Brazilian fashion designer who has been creating stunning collections for women for more than 40 years. In the heart of Jardim Paulista is Rua Augusta, considered to be one of São Paulo's more eclectic locations.

There are bars, restaurants and shops selling smart, elegant and trendy wear. Although lively during the day, the street cranks it up a notch in the evening as locals and visitors come out to dine, drink and be entertained in Rua Augusta's bars and eateries.
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Jardim Paulista Shopping Walk Map

Guide Name: Jardim Paulista Shopping Walk
Guide Location: Brazil » Sao Paulo
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Discovery)
Travel Distance: 2.0 Km or 1.2 Miles
Author: Linda

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