Sao Paulo (Santos), Brazil
Cruises from Sao Paulo (Santos) depart from fall through spring.
A lively seaside Brazilian city with miles of clean beach, Santos has several museums, an interesting cemetery and cultural centers that showcase plays and other events. See tropical species of birds and vegetation at the public orchid garden, and catch locals riding the waves or practicing "capoeira" -- a sport combining music, dance and martial arts -- at the extreme sports school. Mingle at the collection of kiosks in front of Embare Church, a popular place to see and be seen. Santos is Latin America's largest port and the gateway to the enigmatic city of Sao Paulo, where the streets are filled with herbalists, fortune-tellers and sidewalk entertainers performing all sorts of tricks. The trip to Sao Paulo takes passengers to the top of the tallest building for a panoramic view of the city, the cathedral and the Butantan Institute snake farm.
Language: Portuguese Currency: Brazilian Real (BRL)
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