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1st Day Mon, 14, May 2018 ( Sao Paulo )


Sao Paulo

The city of São Paulo is the biggest city in southern America with some 15 Million inhabitants from over 100 countries. The Paulistas, what people living in São Paulo are called, do basically two things: Work hard and professionally during the day and dine and party during the evening. São Paulo has some of the best museums and theaters to offer and you can admire modern architectural works right next to some colonial style houses.

Arrival Transfer Gru Airp To City Hotel

At Leisure: Dolce Farniente

Swimming Pool, Shopping, Optionals, Massage at Hotel...

11:00 Visit Mercado Central

A must go place! The Municipal Market of São Paulo is a traditional gourmet point of the city. At "Mercadão", as it is affectionately called by the locals, you can find a huge variety of fresh food, some of them exotic to the visitor. There is also a Gourmet Lounge within this architectural beauty.


Lunch In Mercado Central (Unique!)

No doubt, you have never seen such a sandwich. It deserves to be stated in the Guinness Book of Records. And the best mortadella sandwich in São Paulo we find in the citys first grocery market, Mercado Municipal. Since 1933! They might not be on your nutritionist's diet plan but they are sooo delicious! Besides you'll walk around the market, so some exercise is already guaranteed.


City Tour Sao Paulo (4 Hours)

The city of São Paulo is the most important financial center in South America and has the most modern tertiary sector in Brazil. Its industrial park is responsible for around 50% of the national production and its commerce - a huge number if you consider that Brazil ranks among the 10 biggest Industrial Nations. The development boom at the end of the 19th century quickly transformed the landscape of the city, giving rise to new buildings and monuments that made it a grand metropolis. It is maybe not the most beautiful city but it can be very fascinating if you can "see behind the curtains".

Visit Japanese Area - Liberdade

Have you ever imagined traveling to Japan, without leaving São Paulo? This great metropolis allows these possibilities, and to visit the Liberdade neighborhood is to immerse yourself in Japanese culture and traditions.


19:00 Optional - Meal At Figueira Rubayat

The name derives of from huge fig tree that overspreads 80 tables giving the place a magic ambience and pleasant shade during the day. But without its superb kitchen it wouldn't be one of Sao Paulos top spots to be seen.


Accommodation Renaissance São Paulo

Located near Avenida Paulista in the exclusive Jardins area and surrounded by fashionable boutiques and trendy restaurants, this premier business hotel in Sao Paulo Brazil offers contemporary guestrooms and modern conveniences.

2nd Day Tue, 15, May 2018 ( Sao Paulo )


Breakfast At Hotel

Museum & Brazilian Art (Visit Masp)

Sao Paulo Art Museum (MASP), has Latin Americas best collection of Western art, including many French impressionists. There are a few great Brazilian paintings, for example, the trip is worthwhile even if it is only to see the Candido Portinari ones. Other painters like Almeida Junior, Pedro Alexandrino and Oscar Pereira da Silva, sculptures, designs and pottery represent the Brazilian art.

Jose Cordeiro/SPTuris.


Visit Vila Madalena

Vila Madalena is a upper middle class neighborhood of the Pinheiros district in the western part of the city. The neighborhood is known for its bustling nightlife, and its history as a center of São Paulo bohemian culture and art. The neighborhood is filled with dozens of art galleries and studios, an eclectic mix of restaurants and bars and also boasts a series of impressive graffiti-covered streets and alleys.


Optional - Dinner In Boheme Bar Of Vila Madalena

Die-hard Bohemians unite! Vila Madalena , or Vila Madá, for those in the know , is THE place for you. Its bizarrely named streets, such as Aspicuelta (who was a 16th century Spanish priest), Girassol (the sunflower) and Purpurina (glitter), are home to bars with something for everyone: there are classic pubs with Portuguese tiles on the walls serving super-chilled draught beer and bean soup. Some are homes away from home for journalists and soccer fans, and there are still those for the gay crowd.
We will chose the one who fits best for our group, of course. Even if we have to test them all. :-)



3rd Day Wed, 16, May 2018 ( Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro )


Breakfast At Hotel

10:00 Visit Ibirapuera Park

There is lot to do in this park, which has a lake and several monuments, and many people go there on weekends. Inside the park you can also find the headquarters of Sao Paulo's Biennial Foundation and Modern Art Museum, the planetarium for 375 spectators, a Japanese Pavilion and Garden for the Blind, with plants selected for their fragrance and information in Braille for the visitors.

11:00 Departure Transfer To Cgh Airport (City)


At Airport: Check In And Flight To Next Destination

Snack On The Plane


13:30 Rio De Janeiro

Rio is blessed with a wonderful natural setting, wedged between the sea and the mountains, with contrasting peaks including Sugar Loaf and Corcovado - topped by the famous statue of Christ. Experience its beauty and the colourful state of mind of its almost 8 million locals who samba their way, relaxed and high-spirited, through life.

14:00 Arrival Transfer Direct To Sugar Loaf

We are in the marvellous city! Why waste time?

14:30 Visit Sugar Loaf

Sugar Loaf is a highlight and one of the symbols of Rio.

The visit will take us on a beautiful ride up to the summit of Sugar Loaf Mountain on two cable cars: the first going to Urca Hill and the second up to the top of Sugar Loaf at 396 m. Already the ride uphill unfolds amazing scenery with breathtaking views.
Its name was given in the 16th century by the Portuguese during the hey days of sugar cane trade in Brazil. According to historians, blocks of sugar were made in conical molds of clay to be transported on ships. The shape given by these molds was similar to the peak, hence the name.

Cocktail On Sugar Loaf

A perfect place for a cocktail, while enjoying the fantastic views from Urca hill.

Optional - Helicopter Flight From Sugar Loaf

If Rio itself is already incredibly beautiful, imagine seeing it from the top! At Morro da Urca, the middle mountain on the way to Sugar Loaf, we will access the Heli Platform. Let's do a panoramic flight over the city that will leave you speechless.


Accommodation Intercity Porto Maravilha

The Intercity Porto Maravilha Hotel with 225 smoke-free guestrooms arranged over 22 floors. All rooms have fresh design and a great view.
The area caters rather the business traveller and is not the touristic hotspot but its strategic location fits well into our programme.

Optional - Accommodation JW Marriott Rio De Janeiro

The beachfront property features elegant accommodations, a variety of dining options and event venues in top location, making it a good choice for business and leisure guests. Enjoy stunning ocean views as you relax in with deluxe bedding and pillow top mattresses. Delicious breakfast is served with a side of stunning beach views and evening drinks are sipped in a chic atmosphere at the Rooftop Bar.
The modern architecture offers refinement in front of Copacabana Beach in all of the 245 rooms and 9 meeting rooms.

4th Day Thu, 17, May 2018 ( Rio de Janeiro )


Breakfast At Hotel

Visit Samba School "factory" (Exclusive & Unique)

Today you will step on Sacred Ground: we have a look behind the scene and observe the samba school in preparation for the carnival big event. Here we will visit the location where they conceive their ideas, design and create their costumes, their floats and have their meetings. This is, simply, a lesson about creativity, doing a lot with little resources and improvisation. It will be a great experience learning from the contrasts.

Visit Porto Maravilha (New Harbour)

The Porto Maravilha is Rio's new landmark and the place to be! Revitalized for the 2016 Olympic Games, the old Harbour has come alive and boosts cultural interventions! A Tram, two stunning museums, wharfs and trails showing African heritage, mansions, graffiti walls and amazing views of Guanabara Bay, are just part of the fun!
No matter if we stay there just a couple of hours or spend the entire day there, it is one of Rio's best attractions nowadays.

Visit Museum Do Amanha (Rio's New Landmark)

Discover a new Rio de Janeiro walking through the revitalized downtown waterfront where the past, the present and the future meet!
Questions like “where did we come from?” and “where are we going?” may be the theme of the visionary project of the Museu do Amanhã (Museum of Tomorrow). But quite frankly, the breathtaking architecture of the Museum is already worth the visit.


Meal At Angu Do Gomes (Typical)

Let´s go local! Between the years of 1950 and 1980, about 40 stands on the square by the port of Rio became a symbol of the city’s bohemian lifestyle. Angu do Gomes restaurant moved over to a charmy historic building and still nowadays, artists, celebrities, politicians, workmen, journalists and taxi drivers can be regulary seen at Gomes, the simple, delicious and juicy “hunger satisfier”. The house’s main dishes are Beef or Chicken and the national dish - Feijoada!


Optional - Cultural Highlight: Rio Art Museum (Mar)

The MAR museum was the first project to revitalize the city's waterfront. "MAR" promotes historical and contemporary exhibitions of long and short term. It is set on two interconnected buildings of contrasting profiles: the Dom João VI Palace - an eclectic and protected building and the neighboring building of modernist style - originally a Bus Station. Visiting the top floor we are rewarded with a spectacular panoramic view of the Downtown, Dockland and Bay area.

Optional - Cultural Highlight: Circuit African Heritage

Archaeological studies and excavations have shown how the history and culture of Rio de Janeiro´s Port Region can shed light on the African Diaspora and the shaping of Brazilian society. A true cultural heritage.

Let's follow the path of lives of Africans and their descendents in the Port Region. The former Valongo and Empress Wharves represent the slaves´ arrival in Brazil. New Blacks Cemetery bears witness to the deplorable end assigned the mortal remains of peoples brought from the African continent. In the public square known as Largo do Depósito, Africans were sold into slavery. The Hanging Garden of Valongo symbolizes official history and its attempts to wipe out any traces of the slave traffic. Pedra do Sal was a place of resistance, celebration and gathering together. Lastly, the old Freguesia de Santa Rita school, which later became a major hub of black culture as the José Bonifácio Cultural Center, represents education and culture as instruments of freedom in our day.

Optional - Cultural Highlight: Museum Of Modern Art

Created in 1948, the museum shelters about 4.000 oeuvres which belonged to Gilberto Chateaubriand and represent the most important collection of Brazilian modern art. MAM has another 2.000 paintings of Brazilian and foreign artists like Picasso, Andy Warhol, Corbusier, among others. It has a library specialised in arts and a film archive with a fabulously rich collection of films. For its building were used straight lines modelled in visible concrete and an opened structure, which favours a feeling of continuity up to the ocean. The gardens, signed Burle Marx, include the building and the landscape, with huge construction sites full of stones and paths of imperial palms.



5th Day Fri, 18, May 2018 ( Rio de Janeiro )


Breakfast At Hotel

Corcovado - Christ Statue & Jeep Tour Tijuca Forest

Convertible jeeps will pick us up. After a short ride we enter the Tijuca Forest, feeling immediately the contrast between the 'Concrete Jungle' and this fantastic Tropical Forest in the middle of a city. We will pass by various panoramic points, overlooking the city of Rio. Our guests will immediately understand why Rio is considered the most beautiful city in the world. The city, the mountains, the beaches and the sea - what a mix! During the tour passengers will see different types of tropical and fruit trees, and with a little luck, animals like monkeys and sloths and various kinds of birds and butterflies.

Visit Corcovado - Christ Statue (Unique!)

As one of the most famous icons of Rio de Janeiro, the breathtaking Christ the Redeemer statue soars 700 m high above the city, creating an unforgettable backdrop to Rio de Janeiros spectacular mountainous landscape. Being one of the seven wonders of the world, the Christ the Redeemer Statue is a must-see landmark for anyone visiting Rio the city, offering an incredible view over the city. Located in the Tijuca National Park and standing 30 m tall, this is one of the world's largest statues of Christ. Unveiled for the first time in 1931, it was completely restored in 2010.

City Tour Rio Beaches (In Combination)

The city of Rio is blessed with around 80 kms coastline. The beauty of Rio´s landscape is such that no matter what we are doing next, a drive along the scenic coast line comes almost naturely. According to our time we will include some of the main and most famous city beaches.


Meal At Churrascaria Palace

Rios finest: at the heart of Copacabana, this churrascaria certainly ranks among the cities most welcoming and tasty. Quality and diverse selection of their meats are very good and they also serve fish and crustaceans amazon. The buffet is very rich including sushi. The wine list is one of the best of all restaurants in Rio with a great choice but still within a range of reasonable price.


15:30 Return To Hotel And Time To Relax


Dinner At Rio Scenarium

Located on a 3 storey renovated bohemian house at the edge of Lapa, this antiques store turned into a restaurant/bar and offers one of the best live music programmes in town. With several different musical attractions per night, the earlier band will be the soundtrack whilst you drink & dine on the 3rd floor. From there you will have a panoramic view of the dance floor, the band and the old downtown of Rio. Just a warm up for what is to come!

Rio For Partiers: Dancing With Locals At Rio Scenarium

Rio Scenarium is probably the most beautiful bar and club in Rio. The house is part of the renewed bohemian scene of Lavradio St. and mixes bar, live music, disco and antiques. You will spend a wonderful night listening to one of the best Brazilian live music programmes in town and observe and / or come closer to locals exposing their famous joy of live.



6th Day Sat, 19, May 2018 ( Rio de Janeiro )


Breakfast At Hotel

Optional - Visit Botanical Garden (Unique!)

Considered to be one of the most important in the world, the botanical garden in Rio is known as a live Museum containing over 8 thousand species of plants, among them the outstanding Imperial Palm trees, the Brazilian Pau-Brasil and many other plants which leave visitors impressed . A stroll through the park will also reveal a rich historic and cultural heritage with buildings such as the old gunpowder factory, the beautiful fountain and the old Fine Arts Museum door. The beautiful gardens are visited daily by an amazing number of birds and forest animal, including toucans and monkeys.

Optional - Time For Shopping


Departure Transfer To Gig International Airport

At Airport: Check In And Flight To Next Destination


The importance of using a good DMC in Brazil

1) Brazil is not inexpensive. A dinner for two at a steakhouse starts at US$100! A local DMC can negotiate the same product 30% less expensive.
2) Worried about security? Don't be: Rio and Sao Paulo have become as safe as major cities in the US. With a DMC knowing to avoiding the wrong areas you won’t have problems.
3) Brazilians work hard and get it done at the end; -but you must understand their particular pace: Things tend to get done in the last minute and only a good local knowledge helps you to understand when the situation is getting critical.
4) Bank transactions in Brazil are complex: Credit Cards charge about 5%; the currency is not freely convertible; Brazil has one of the highest interest rates in the world (almost 8% per month) and wires are complicated and taxed – it helps to have a local DMC with knowledge in fiscal and international financial transactions.
5) Hotels do not have the staff to deal with international requests as English is not universally spoken. On top, relationships come first, second and third in Brazil. This is why a local DMC has in most cases better rates than any worldwide agreement with hotel chains you may have.
6) Hotels in Rio and Sao Paulo are not big big houses as you might find in the US and Asia. You should anticipate room and conference space bookings.
7) Typically for booming countries traffic can be horrible. A DMC is vital to organize the logistic, especially as there is so much to see and to do during your stay.

Due to the various cultural and administrative complexities of the country, local advice and expertise is recommended from the early stages of project development. We are proud to do so for a quarter of a century.


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This proposal suits the following interests:

Ad-hoc & FITs, Art & Culture,


Sao Paulo

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1 Gru-Intl-Airport - Mon

2 Mercado-Municipal - Mon

3 Restaurant-In-The-Market - Mon

4 City-Tour - Mon

5 Liberdade - Mon

6 Rest-Figueira-Rubayat - Mon

7 Hotel-Renaissance - Mon

8 Masp - Tue

9 Vila-Madalena - Tue

10 Ibirapuera-Park - Wed

11 Cgh-City-Airport - Wed

Rio de Janeiro

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1 Sugar-Loaf - Wed

2 Cocktail-Sugar-Loaf - Wed

3 Heli-Flight - Wed

4 Hotel-At-Port - Wed

5 Hotel-Jw-Marriott - Wed

6 Samba-Factory - Thu

7 Porto-Maravilha - Thu

8 Museum-Of-Tomorrow - Thu

9 Angu-Do-Gomes - Thu

10 Rio-Art-Museum-Mar - Thu

11 Circuit-At-Port-Area - Thu

12 Modern-Art - Thu

13 Tijuca-Forest - Fri

14 Corcovado-Christ-Statue - Fri

15 Churrascaria-Palace - Fri

16 Rio-Scenario - Fri

17 Botanical-Garden - Sat

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