Hire a Private Jet from / to Sao Paulo

Looking for an entertaining getaway? Take a trip to Sao Paulo, Brazil, with a private charter flight from LunaJets. Sao Paulo is the world's fourth-largest city proper by population, and the largest in both the Western and Southern hemispheres. It is no mystery then why the Globalization and World Cities Research Network (GaWC) lists Sao Paulo as an alpha global city. The city is the capital of the state of Sao Paulo, which is the richest state in Brazil, and this jewel of a city has something for everyone including a bustling luxury goods industry.

What Can You Do in Sao Paulo?

Museu de Arte

Museu de Arte
Visit the Museu de Arte

The Sao Paulo Museum of Art showcases the most extensive collection of Western art in Latin America. Take in the massive collection of 73 bronze sculptures from the artist, Degas. Enjoy a plethora of masterpieces by impressionists and modernists alike including Renoir, Matisse, Van Gogh, Picasso, Manet and more.

Teatro Municipal

Teatro Municipal
Attend a performance at the Teatro Municipal

Catch a performance at the world-class City Theatre of Sao Paulo. Here you will find performances from some of the most internationally lauded musicians, singers, dancers and performing artists. In 1991, the theatre was fully restored to its former glory for all to enjoy.

Benedictine Monastery

Benedictine Monastery
Visit the Benedictine Monastery

Enjoy chocolates, cakes, and bread baked by Benedictine monks at the Benedictine Monastery. While you're there, take in the cathedral's awe-inspiring architecture, stained glass and morning mass.

Where to Stay in Sao Paulo?

Palacio Tangara

Palacio Tangara
Stay at the Palacio Tangara

A popular stay for couples seeking an elegant retreat, the Palacio Tangara exceeds the luxury traveller's high expectations. Every room features an astounding view of the surrounding park, and some rooms even offer a balcony or furnished terrace. Guests dine on cuisine prepared by Michelin starred kitchens, sip wine from the private cellar, and dance in a ballroom fit for over 500 people.

Hotel Unique

Hotel Unique
Stay at the Hotel Unique

This 5-star hotel is located in the trendy Jardins area. Have an exotic cocktail by the rooftop pool at the stylish Skye Restaurant & Bar or at the chic lobby bar decorated with design objects. Hotel Unique was designed by the distinguished architect, Ruy Otake.

Hotel Emiliano

Hotel Emiliano
Stay at the Hotel Emiliano

Found on the high-end Oscar Freire street, the Hotel Emiliano is one of the only hotels in the area to feature a helipad. Unwind in a sauna, hot tub, and spa with a variety of massages and beauty treatments. Then have dinner of fine Italian cuisine at Restaurant Emiliano.

Where to Eat in Sao Paulo?

D.O.M

D.O.M is one of the most highly lauded restaurants in all of Sao Paulo. Master Chef Alex Atala channels his creativity into remarkable works of Brazilian cuisine. The menu showcases authentic ingredients and produce from local small farms and communities. D.O.M is ranked number 12 on the Elite Collection Top 100 Restaurants.

Mani

At Mani, you will find a modern fusion of Brazilian and European gastronomy curated by the astoundingly talented chef Helena Rizzo. The scene is set in a cosy former residence for a luxurious taste of authentic Sao Paulo. A local favourite is her crayfish moqueca.

Restaurant Fasano

Restaurant Fasano is an exquisite eatery that boasts unparalleled Italian food and a wine list to please even a seasoned vino hosted by renowned chef Luca Gozzani. Savour the chef's scallop carpaccio in the elegant environment, then sit at the bar to enjoy live piano music.

What Events to Attend in Sao Paulo?

Sao Paulo Fashion Week

Sao Paulo Fashion Week is a destination event for luxury fashion enthusiasts from around the world. It showcases the best fashion from streetwear to haute couture, and even "pop couture", a combination of the two.

Bienal de Sao Paulo

Check out the Bienal de Sao Paulo, one of the world's oldest biennial art festivals, second only to the Venice Biennial. The festival features a wide variety of art forms including visual, music, theatrical and graphic arts, architecture, film and more.