Meliá Jardim Europa

São Paulo, Brazil
Wellness in São Paulo

Renowned for its modern architecture, the spaces allocated to wellness, fitness and celebrations at Meliá Jardim Europa define a stay in luxury and comfort.


Learn more about tourist attractions in São Paulo

São Paulo is the largest city in Latin America and has many different options for visitors who are travelling for pleasure or for business. The tourist will discover an authentic cosmopolitan atmosphere in the state capital with numerous shopping malls, museums and clubs, amongst other cultural and leisure attractions that appeal to all tastes and styles.

São Paulo 24 hours

The city of São Paulo is known as the city that never sleeps. You can find shops and establishments open at any time of the day offering you anything you may need. The leisure options are also endless. During the day, take advantage by enjoying a stroll through the city’s parks and squares, such as Parque do Povo (only a 6 minute drive from the Meliá Jardim Europa or a 20 minute walk). The park offers extensive gardens and pathways. The Jardim Sensitivo is another of the park’s attraction.

Museums and galleries

The city of São Paulo is known for its being dynamic and modern, the cultural life forms part of this dynamism. Here the options are virtually endless. Below we suggest some of the best cultural options the city has to offer:

The Museum of Modern Art (MAM) is located in the Ibirapuera Park and is less than 4km from the Meliá Jardim Europa.

Itaim Bibi: a complete neighbourhood with a rich cuisine

The district of Itaim Bibi, where the Meliá Jardim Europa is located, is one of the most prestigious and distinguished parts of the state capital. It is also a complete neighbourhood with a residential and commercial air.

Guests can walk from the hotel to nearby shops, as well as pharmacies, cafeterias, bookshops, bars, restaurants, banks, supermarkets and bus stops.

Shopping malls and cinemas are also another excellent option. Near the hotel there are different options, such as the Iguatemi, the JK, the Cidade Jardim and the Vila Olímpia shopping malls.

In the vicinity of the district, the cuisine is rich, with varied menus and many options.

São Paulo cuisine

With this mixture of cultures and people, not surprisingly, São Paulo has a varied cuisine. For this reason, it is difficult to design traditional “paulista” cuisine. Some dishes, such as "Virado à Paulista" or "sanduíche de mortadela" are considered part of the city’s heritage.

However, the city is also known for having the most delicious pizzas in Brazil, as well as its aperitifs and tapas in the bars and markets, different rolls and other traditional Brazilian dishes. Undoubtedly, São Paulo is a metropolis with the most diverse world cuisine. Try some of these typical dishes:

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