Parque Fernando Costa -Pq. Água Branca, Sao Paulo

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Under a canopy of some 3,000 different species of trees, you can take a peaceful stroll around Parque Fernando Costa -Pq. Água Branca, often accompanied by its free-range chickens, peacocks, and cats. As you walk, you will come across the shaded tables designated for reading, the riding school, and the picnic area, which is the perfect place to enjoy your purchases from the weekly, organic market held in the park. Historically built as a place for agricultural studies--the park still has an aquarium, home to native species including carp and turtles--the priority of Parque Fernando Costa -Pq. Água Branca now is recreation, and as such, is a tranquil escape from the rush of São Paulo. A visit to Parque Fernando Costa -Pq. Água Branca represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Sao Paulo vacation planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Lots of trees, birds, interesting spots and activities to everybody. Organic food fair on Saturday morning. Early morning classes of Tai Chi open to everybody. Packed on the weekend.  more »
  • I would not advise a foreign visitor to go here especially but if you are staying in the area or are an exchange student at a nearby university like PUC, it´s an ideal oasis of green to escape the str...  more »
  • You can get to this park easily using public transport like metro, bus and train. We normally go there on Sundays with our 3 year-old boy who loves running after the chickens and ducks. Besides them, ...  more »
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  • Vá tomar um café da manhã orgânico ☕ Custa 55 reais para duas pessoas. Não é a vontade mas sustenta bem
  • A bit anarchic with chickens under your feet wherever you go but trees and fountains everywhere. A welcome relief from the city's hassle and noise.
  • Great place to take small kids. Lots of animals walking around, great organic farmers market on weekends.
  • One of the best parks in Sao Paulo City, when you get in you feel like in a farm in countryside. It is not a huge park but it is plenty of animals, chickens and cocks around, ducks, peacock, open gym, nice footpath to walk and jogging. Also an amazing architecture around the park. Busy on Sundays, but it is open the whole week till dark. Very safe!! Maybe my favourite park!!!
  • Calm place to go and take a break of the crazy city São Paulo, there's a gegology musuem there, it's amazing!