Get to know the rhythm of São Paulo
Do not die without: understand São Paulo
Posted on January 20, 2014 by Eduardo Benesi
There was once the driver who hated the biker who hated the bus that hated the cyclist who hated the pedestrian who hated umbrella drivers. The core of São Paulo's irritations are concentrated in a chaotic scenario called traffic. But you can not generalize.
São Paulo has Avenida Paulista, a girl with glasses of degree, who loves art and noise, who spies us over hyperactive buildings, which carries the burden of the hostess.
The paulistano has his own speed and anxious, we have crises of irritation with who does not adapt to our trot. Walking slowly is almost a "I'm not from here" certificate. But you can not generalize.
There is this old quarter, the Vila Mariana, of old nostalgia, pomegranate feet, and houses with peeling colors: a grandmother's embrace.
In São Paulo the competition happens even in the traffic: when you go to the car in the lighthouse and the automobile of the neighboring band will also stop, notice that he will always find a way to brake a little ahead of you. But you can not generalize.
São Paulo has Pompeia, that neighborhood that runs at 60 degrees, which has people talking loud, has blues and copaíbas, has a thousand Palmeirenses.
If you come from outside prepare yourself: they will imitate your accent. Correcting Portuguese here is a constant, there is much of that egocentrism of those who think that the correct language is only local. But you can not generalize.
São Paulo has Pinheiros: late-afternoon neighborhoods, tight balconies, benedita bohemia, beer below 0, architects and sofas, theodoros instruments and musical stores.
Paulistano specializes in losing the trailer for the film, getting to know you thoroughly in one day and the next pretending that you do not know him. But you can not generalize.
São paulo has the Bixiga: neighborhood of affective warmth, the taste of basil, the stiff breasts, the comfortable vibration, the pomodoro love.
Here, they will indirectly ask you what your job is: "What are you doing with your life?", And you have to be doing something, make up anything, otherwise you are a tramp poet. But you can not generalize.
São Paulo has the Frei Caneca, a pink street, with the stirring protest, the unforgettable kiss, the party people, the figures that "ahazam".
In São Paulo it is only delay 10 minutes after the delay itself. The subway is a hub of people rolling their timelines over the Smartphone. A crowd smiling at small screens. But you can not generalize.
Paulistano suffers from the hangover of euphoria: he is lazy to call the next day, and on Sundays, it only exists after 3 in the afternoon. But you can not generalize.
São Paulo has the March 25, sweaty street, which car has no turn, from the pirate Nike catalogs, apparatus that does massage without permission, banana prices.
Want to annoy a paulistano? Walk in isolation cordon (couples or groups that close a narrow passageway by walking side by side) and you will be very cursed in thought. Stop on the left of the escalator and you will be guilty of a collective delay. We are neurotic, do not doubt. But you can not generalize.
São Paulo has Mooca, a hot neighborhood with a worried mother, pizza with a thick crust, innocent rabiola, mischievous kids, Sunday sun at Juventus.
São Paulo rhymes with mortadela, gray, flood, air conditioning, planters, neighborhood pizzeria, drizzle, motoboy in the mirror, and more love please.
Sao Paulo has Ibira, a healed and unmanned park that loves a bicycle. There is Vila Madalena, a girl in a skirt with sneakers, who does not reach the blackberries in her foot and asks the young man on the side without trial for help.
There are Tatuapé and there are light bugs. Has Capão Redondo and has several Yakult aunts. There's Morumbi and Vila Leopoldina, and there's a place I do not even know. São Paulo is where children keep the arm-ball in their pockets, and the wagon men who carry their life summaries on the back
São Paulo is the host city of paradoxes, but it is not enough to generalize.
Why should you stay in a hostel?
What type of stay do you look for during a trip?
Are you in favor of the best cost benefit so that you invest more in other options such as tours? A luxurious stay? A cozy stay?
Different people travel and look for different styles of places to stay. Each type of guest has a profile and prefers a hosting according to that profile.
But, there is a type of lodging that is growing in the taste of the guests, for allying comfort, cost benefit, opportunity to meet people and share experiences.
If you still do not know a hostel, and do not know why you choose to stay in one, we have selected some reasons that will make the hostel your new point whenever you travel.
Want to know the differential of the hostel? Here are some of them.
# 1 . Meet people from all over the world
As a cost-effective alternative to lodging, the hostel attracts guests from all over the world.
Many tourists prefer to stay in a hostel and enjoy to invest money in sightseeing and other details.
With this, staying in a hostel can be a great opportunity to meet people from different parts of Brazil and the world.
And since the hostel's environment is open and focused on exchanging experiences, it is possible not only to know different tastes and behaviors from various parts of Brazil and the world.
When you stay in a hostel, you not only have the opportunity to meet new people, but also have the opportunity to exchange experiences and meet people from different countries and different cultures.
# 2 . Best place to discover points
Only inside a hostel is it possible to know the coolest points in the city, such as a day when admission is free at MASP, or at the football museum, or what to do on Monday.
With the exchange of experience between guests and hostel staff, you need to find out the best programs, the best things to do and when to do it.
In the same way, as important as knowing what to do is knowing what not to do. At the hostel, with the exchange of information, ideas and experiences, guests get tips not only what to do, but also what not to do.
In addition to discovering programs on account and cheaper, the hostel is a plate full of cult shows, exhibitions, shows and alternative calendars.
In a city like São Paulo, this means having a program of all kinds and options to do, with hundreds of options, for all tastes, cultures and pockets.
# 3 . The location is generally unbeatable
When staying at The Hostel Paulista you are less than 1 minute from one of the most famous avenues in São Paulo: Avenida Paulista.
In this way, a guest guarantees one of the best locations possible in São Paulo, besides being close to everything: restaurants, shopping malls, bookstores, theater, cinema, bars, nightclubs and subway.
The Hostel Paulista combines the comfort of being in a central area, easily accessible, with the convenience of being close to everything a guest needs, without having to pay a fortune for it.
Hardly a guest can find a low cost option to stay in central regions such as Avenida Paulista.
# 4 . The best cost benefit
We talk about cost benefit all the way up here. But when we talk about cost-benefit, we're talking about the best lodging option a guest can have, without having to pay too much for just sleeping.
In a hostel, the guest pays much cheaper than a hotel, interacts with other guests because of the relaxed and familiar atmosphere.
The mission of The Hostel Paulista, for example, is to make everyone who passes by the hostel feel like this is their home in São Paulo.
This, together with the more relaxed atmosphere of São Paulo, with people from various states and regions, ready to interact and exchange experiences and life. When a guest leaves, it always takes more than it brings.
# 5 . Common environments to increase interaction between people
A hostel usually has several common areas so that people can meet, talk, interact and exchange experiences.
With the common areas of The Hostel Paulista, for example, you will have an unforgettable trip experience, as you will share your experiences and knowledge around people from all over the world, making friends with people from anywhere.
In addition to common areas such as TV room, kitchen and living room, lounges, rest and cinema, we have shared rooms.
When people think of shared rooms, they think of a mess, but that's not how it works. At The Hostel Paulista respect comes first and the exchange of experiences can be done at any time.
Come live a unique experience
Staying in a hostel offers benefits and a unique atmosphere. If, the cost benefit, a good location, the opportunity to meet people and exchange experiences is what you are looking for in your travels, the hostel is the right place for you.
Our family atmosphere, relaxed and cozy was made to help you feel at home even if you are away from home.
Make your reservation now and come and enjoy the best of São Paulo at The Hostel Vila Mariana.