Ibirapuera Park





Selected the best park of South America by TripAdvisor in 2013, Ibirapuera Park was founded on 21 August 1954, during the 400th anniversary of the city of São Paulo. Designed by a team of six architects, including Oscar Niemeyer, an icon of modern architecture of Brazil. It is considered one of the biggest urban parks of Brazil and the main one in São Paulo, with a total area of 158 acres full of leisure and culture.




ibira walking tour

Explore the best park in the city on foot!
Discover curiosities through sculptures, museums,
monuments full of history, culture and art.


Get to know our urban beach, walking around the lakes, observing the nature. The refuge where the city residents go to relax, meditate, gather the family and friends for a picnic, practice physical exercises, bike ride, appreciate urban art through colorful murals and contemplate the works of Oscar Niemeyer, one of the greatest icons of modern Brazilian Architecture. We start our tour visiting the belvedere with a beautiful view of the park and city, a perfect contrast between the Green and our “Concrete Jungle”. Come and join us for a great and fun walk!

Come with Us!

To join our tour go straight to the Meeting Point ou

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DAYS

Saturdays and

Wednesdays

TIME

10 a.m. or

2:30 p.m.

DURATION

About
2:30 hours

PRICE

Adult: R$29,90
Age 12-17 and Senior: R$15,00
Child up to 11: Free

LANGUAGE

Bilingual

English/Portuguese


A great way to get to the
Meeting Point is using the Subway.
But by car, the MAC's parking lot is free.


Meeting Point:

Museu de Arte Contemporânea da USP (MAC-USP)

1301 Pedro Álvares Cabral Avenue – Ibirapuera Park.
Main Entrance - On the ground floor of the building.
Free parking.

For those who prefer to go by subway, get off at the station
AACD – Servidor, Linha Lilás.

The subway station is less than 1,200 meters away or about 15mins walk from the meeting point on the MAC. Leaving the Station, take Rua Pedro de Toledo and turn left onto Av. Ruben Berta. Go straight to the MAC and go to the main entrance of the museum.

Operated by

Bem Sao Paulo

Supported by

São Paulo Turismo

Lanchonete da Cidade

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