Your culture attendant: things to do in São Paulo

TUESDAY 3RD MARCH 2020
A THING TO DO THIS TUESDAY

in SÃO PAULO
PRICE: Free
TIME: 1-2 hours
One of the most well-regarded museums in the whole of Brazil, the list of artists represented at the Museu de Arte de São Paulo - Botticelli, Rubens, Rembrandt and Matisse, to name a few - might as well be a directory of the most famous painters in all of Western art. Discover their work in the striking concrete surroundings of MASP, on Avenida Paulista, from 10am to 6pm - and, as it's Tuesday, admission is free.
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SÃO PAULO
23.55°S, 46.64°W

Sunrise: 06:03
Sunset: 18:33
Moon Phase: waxing gibbous
Weather: moderate rain, 25°C max, 17°C min


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