The SpaceThe apartment is located in a region of the textile center of Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is a place of easy access to the metro and buses, shops of clothing, shoes and home decor offal. Next also the local culture of the city center as the Space Catavento the former city hall, the cultural centers of the Bank of Brazil and Caixa Economica Federal and others. Pertinho Market Hall, Cathedral Square, Bairro da Liberdade (Japanese), Bixiga (bohemian) and 25 March and Republic Square (trade).
I have a sofa bed that takes up to two people to sleep in the living room and two single beds in a room full, totaling a maximum of four guests at each location.
Despite being a simple fit, as has areas: Bathroom, Kitchen and Living Room.
There is WiFi Internet car seat.
São Paulo is a city for all tastes! With opportunity for those coming to work or those who come to ride. Gastronomy for all tastes and all appetites. Shows for all audiences, museums for all eyes, nightlife for all tribes and music for all ears. São Paulo has malls and shopping streets for all desires, and structure for all events. Guest AccessCommon areas : bathroom , kitchen and living room . The NeighborhoodThe region is central , there is near subway and bus ( including easier access to Itaquerão ) , there plazas , museums , street fairs , the Mercadão , Freedom Square ( eastern district ) , Park Aclimação and Ibirapuera are easy access also , among others as clothing stores , finally , as a central location has easy access to almost all locations within the city limits . Getting AroundYes, the subway Brás (Red Line) is one block from my apartment and there are bus stops throughout the region linking the various regions of São Paulo. There are also taxi drivers. There is parking near the site (on the subway) and Brás region is well known and easy access to airports, despite not being near them. Other Things to NoteThe house is very simple, there are children (13 and 4 years).