Tivoli Mofarrej São Paulo, a privileged location for a complete experience
In the exclusive neighborhood of Jardins, the luxurious property stands as an authentic urban oasis
The business capital also offers a great cultural program, for all tastes: museums, theaters, gastronomy and art galleries, just like Tivoli Mofarrej São Paulo. A privileged location for a complete experience of the city.
São Paulo is not only the most populous city in Brazil but also its main financial center. But among so many possibilities of doing business, there is also a great variety of cultural scenarios to take advantage of time in another way. Close to the main museums, theaters and art galleries, the Tivoli Mofarrej São Paulo offers its guests the comfort of a complete experience.
Among the attractions of the place, the São Paulo Art Museum (MASP) is located just 350 meters from the hotel: it is the most important art space in the southern hemisphere, with more than 10,000 pieces from all continents. Inaugurated in 1947, the building was designed by Lina Bo Bardi, who placed the main body on four pillars, raising the first floor 8 meters from the ground and leaving a space of 74 meters between the lateral supports. Around the corner, Mira, the old Mirante 9 de Julho: reopened in 2015, the viewpoint brings together an art gallery, cinema, bar and restaurant, as well as an excellent view.
Just one block from Tivoli, Avenida Paulista, which, with its almost 3 km of extension, conquers travelers thanks to its gastronomic and cultural options. Built at the end of the 19th century, it was a residential stronghold for the city's aristocracy, as well as an important financial center during the 20th century. As of 2016, on Sundays they turn it into a large park, with an antiques fair, musical performances and various alternatives to eat. From 10 a.m. until 6:00 p.m., closed to cars, while pedestrians, skaters and cyclists circulate freely.
On the same road is the Japan House, inaugurated in 2017, a center that combines ancient traditions with technology to present a vision of modern Japan in exhibitions, performances and the cuisine of Aizomê, a restaurant commanded by chef Telma Shiraishi. In the opposite block, on one side, the Casa das Rosas: a mansion designed in 1930 that was transformed into a museum dedicated to poetry and literature. Following the path, the Sesc, a space that promotes exhibitions and shows, with its viewpoint as a most attractive point.
Always on the same avenue, although about 12 blocks from the last proposed places to visit, the Fiesp Cultural Center: exhibition spaces, a bookstore, a theater and a garden designed by the Brazilian landscaper Roberto Burle Marx. On Sundays there are shows and performances on the sidewalk that leads to Paulista.
The National Complex emerged in 1950 as a shopping center, but today it has become a gallery, with art exhibitions, a bookstore and a cinema. Declared an architectural heritage, its aluminum geodesic dome reveals a privileged view. While the Moreira Salles Institute exhibits samples of films and musical events, as well as photographic exhibitions and works from its collection. There it is worth knowing the Balaio restaurant, natural and healthy food with vegetarian options.
Looking for a little green to unwind? The Trianon Park decorates Paulista Avenue with almost 50 thousand m² of tropical vegetation, remnants of the Atlantic Forest. In turn, Parque do Ibirapuera offers three lakes, two museums and other cultural spaces: free concerts and a light and water show in December, on the occasion of the Christmas holidays. There are two important monuments to visit there: the Obelisk and the Monument to the Flags.
To end the day, a delicious dinner at SEEN São Paulo, with an enchanting landscape of the region thanks to the restaurant located on the 23rd floor of the hotel. Its large windows offer a 360º view, providing a perfect combination of varied cuisine, craft cocktails and a relaxed atmosphere. For those looking for good live music, the Must Bar -located next to the lobby- offers music from Thursday to Saturday, with artists from the Jazz, Blues, Soul and R&B scene.