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Logo 3º Encontro de Especialistas de Laminação a Frio LATAM

3º Encontro de Especialistas de Laminação a Frio LATAM

11/22 to 11/23/2023
Usiminas - Usina de Cubatão

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'Shopping Tour

São Paulo offers several places for shopping that suit every taste and pocket size. There are more than 77 malls all over the city, plus the famous Oscar Freire and Lorena streets, that hosts stores of the most renowned brands in the world. The city also has several places dedicated to popular trade, such as the famous areas of 25 de Março, José Paulino and Brás streets, attracting buyers from all over Brazil and abroad. In case you be interested in local products, the city offers specialized places that sell typical Brazilian products, such as marajoara pottery, souvenirs, precious stones, handcrafts, sport team jerseys and even the famous Brazilian Cachaça drink.

'Campos do Jordão

Known as the "Brazilian Switzerland", Campos do Jordão offers many Nature, gastronomic and landscape attractions, with visits to its effervescent Center (Capivari), the Morro do Elefante (Elephant Hill), Pico Itapeva (viewing spot) and an optional stop for lunch (meal not included). During the tour, it is also possible to visit a microbrewery called Baden Baden, a famous local beer brand that offers a gourmet experience. Visitors learn about the entire production process of a craft beer, receive tips on tasting, harmonization and have the opportunity to taste the famous Crystal and Bock beers.

'Embú das Artes

Known as the "City of Arts", the village originally appeared between 1555 and 1559, Nowadays it is internationally known as a place of gathering for painters, sculptors and artisans to exhibit their work in one of the 38 galleries, antique shops or in the famous Embu das Artes Fair (only available during weekends). The village also offers a rich food court and a space for shows of ornamental plants and flowers. While walking through winding alleys of colonial architecture, visitors learn a little more about Brazilian Art, broadly displayed at the Museum of Holy Art of the Jesuits.


The GRAFITOUR, enables visits to areas of São Paulo where the street art is more prevalent, such as the Beco do Batman (Batman Alley), an unusal and colored passage located at the artistic Vila Madalena Neighborhood, covered by many paintings made by some of São Paulo´s main artists, so as the Beco do Aprendiz (Aprendice Alley) and Open Museum of Urban Art, featuring many murals designed on the columuns of a large viaduct located in the North Zone of the city.

'Tasting Tour

One of the gastronomic centers of the world, São Paulo offers over 12,500 restaurants from 55 types of cuisine that seek to please every kind of taste. It also fills the expectations of those in search for new flavors and those who want to try the most typical dishes. This tour combines the beauty of the city's main attractions to its the flavors, as drinking a cup of Brazilian coffee at the Pátio do Colégio (the place where the city was founded), having a local drink at the highest point of the city, savoring a temaki at the oriental neighborhood, sampling a pastel with garapa (sugar-cane juice) at one of the city's street fairs, or enjoying the classic mortadella sandwich served at the Municipal Market. Accompanied by a bilingual guide, visitors are free to choose what they want to taste at each stop (drinks and meals not included)

The Best of São Paulo

A tour along São Paulo's most representative sights.

It begins with the presentation of the Ibirapuera Park, the main green area of the city, where we showcase the historical importance of the Obelisk of São Paulo and Monumento às Bandeiras (Monument to the Flags), and several art-woks made by Oscar Niemeyer, such as the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC) and the Oca. The route follows through the chic streets of the Jardins neighborhood, highlighting the architectural design of the Unique Hotel and the Church of Nossa Senhora do Brasil, until reaching the Vila Madalena neighborhood. There, we will find the unusual and colorful Batman Alley, with its graffiti-covered murals. We then cross the famous Paulista Avenue to see the imposing Copan and Italia buildings, the Anhangabaú Valley, the Teatro Municipal (Municipal Theatre), the Páteo do Colégio (place where the city was founded), the São Bento Monastery and the magnificent Metropolitan Cathedral located at Praça da Sé (Sé Square).

Visiting stops: Ibirapuera Park Monument to the Flags and Museum of Contemporary Art - MAC) and Batman Alley.

13.The Best of Santos

The city of Santos has always played a fundamental role in the national economy and history. In this itinerary, we will see the largest port in Latin America, responsible for the entry of immigrants in the 19th century and for the departure of the famous Brazilian café, which has a museum built in his honor, in which passengers will learn more about its importance and development. Afterwards, we will discover the old city center, through a short ride on a historic tram. We will continue to the famous viewpoint of Monte Serrat, where until 1946 there was a glamorous casino or, if the group has up to 13 passengers, it is possible to visit the Gazebo of Oscar Niemeyer, from where it is possible to see the most extensive seafront garden in the world, with 7 km of beautiful beaches. The tour also has must-see attractions such as the Pelé Museum (created in 2014 to honor the greatest athlete of the 20th century) or the Santos F.C. Achievements Memorial, two-time world football champion in the 1960s.


Extras (Tickets):

Coffee Museum - R$ 13,00 per person
Pelé Museum - R$ 13,00 per person

Optional (Tickets):

Santos F.C. Achievements Memorial - R$ 25,00 per person
Mount Serrat (Viewpoint) - R$ 30,00 per person
Santos Municipal Cable Car - R$ 9,00 per person

'Architectonic Tour

This tour focuses on contemporary and modern architecture, highlighting the famous Octavio Frias Bridge (suspended Bridge), the building of the University of Architecture & Urbanism of São Paulo and the Morumbi Stadium (both made by Villanova Artigas). It then follows to the Ibirapuera Park, in order to visit the Oca, the Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion, (both made by Oscar Niemeyer), the Modern Art Museum (Lina Bo Bardi), and the Unique Hotel which was designed by architect Ruy Othake. It continues to the Higienópolis neighborhood, (birthplace of modern architecture in the city), to see the works of award-winning architects such as Paulo Mendes da Rocha, Isay Weinfeld, Carlos Bratke and Franz Heep. It also visits the Copan Building, Brazil's largest building in concrete.

Visiting stops: Higienópolis, University of Architecture and Urbanism of Sao Paulo (USP), Ibirapuera Park and Copan building

'Football Tour

São Paulo gathers many fans, stadiums and also some of the major soccer teams of Brazil. During this tour, passengers will do a guided visit to the Football (Soccer) Museum. Founded in September 2008, it hosts a rich collection of relics, curiosities and updates of the sport, so as temporary exhibitions, featured with great creativity and interactivity. The tour also includes a visit to the famous Morumbi Stadium home of the Sao Paulo Football Club), where visitors will have the opportunity to enter in one of the biggest private stadiums of Brazil and check it´s Trophies Room, so as the soccer field, dressing rooms, its official store and much more.

* Subject to previous booking at least 3 days in advance

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