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Morumbi District, Sao Paulo

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Morumbi District is a city within a city next to Sao Paulo's largest soccer stadium. There you'll find a shiny, new shopping center and market frequented by the residents of the neighborhood. However, Morumbi District is also just a nice place to hang out at a local cafe or pub during happy hour and eavesdrop on the laughter of locals socializing after the office. The hang out spots are especially exciting after a soccer game at the nearby stadium. Wander the streets to find boutiques and locally-owned shops, or just enjoy the cleanliness and tranquility of a Brazilian neighborhood away from the congestion of the city center. For Morumbi District and beyond, use our Sao Paulo holiday planner to get the most from your Sao Paulo vacation.
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  • Morumbi is a district where rich people live, big houses very desert streets. At night it is very dark becoming more dangerous. The criminals are used to "work" there. We need a car to leave there not...  more »
  • nice if you are going to a football mach or concert but not interesting on itself. very hard parking  more »
  • I was in the Morumbi Arena last time to the Roger Waters The Wall Concert. All the organization was perfect. As well as the eating and drinking services. No problems in arriving and leaving, the only ...  more »