Discover the best top things to do in Diadema, Brazil including Shopping Praca Da Moca, Espaco Verde Chico Mendes, Planetario Johannes Kepler, Capela Nossa Senhora da Boa Viagem, Centro Cultural Diadema - Clara Nunes Theater, Ibirapuera Park, Parque Rafael Lazzuri, Parque Do Paco, Salvador Arena Park, Paulista Avenue.
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Estabelecimento de bom nível, dentro dos padrões esperados em locais destinados a centro de compras. Possui três Andares, sendo que no piso Palmeira há local para a prática de agility para nossos amados pets. É, portanto, com algumas restrições, um local "pet friendly" e isso - para quem acompanha minhas avaliações de shoppings aqui no TripAdvisor - conta pontos a favor. No mais, trata-se de um local compacto, com generosas vagas em seu estacionamento.
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Excelente local para um passeio agradável em família localizada dentro do Parque Sabina. Monitores muito educados e instalações modernas que fazem todos viajarem na astronomia. Recomendo chegar cedo pois os lugares são limitados e bastante procurados para o Planetário.
4.5 based on 174 reviews
Esta igreja é belíssima, e já foi ocupada por muitos movimentos grevistas e atos políticos, em especial, na década de 80. Fica no centro de São Bernardo do Campo
4 based on 63 reviews
Lugar bem amplo, aconchegante, com boa estrutura, bem localizado,próximo ao shopping, excelente para curtir, pois há diversas programaçoes tanto para adultos quanto para crianças, vale a pena visitar.
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The Emerald heart of an oftentimes gray city, São Paulo's Parque do Ibirapuera offers respite from the urban madness among cool, shady trees and mentally-stimulating structures. Running trails, bike paths, and yoga and capoeira sessions let locals and visitors alike keep fit, while a clutch of museums and galleries — such as the museums of Modern and Contemporary Art, all designed by master Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer — gives the brain a good workout. The impressive Museu Afro Brasil and fiery Auditório Ibirapuera are two of the park's treasures.
I paid two visits to the park during a recent trip to Sao Paulo. The first visit was on a Sunday afternoon, and the second visit was a weekday morning. I am an avid runner so I ran in the park both times.
Ibirapuera is a very nice park; clean, with lots of paved as well as unpaved paths. There are vendors selling coconut milk and other goodies, and there is also a constant police presence to help keep things safe. The park was pretty crowded on Sunday, as one might suspect, with lots of families having picnics, volleyball games, bicyclists and runners. Getting a good run in was a bit problematic on Sunday mainly due to the sheer number of people in the park. The paths were pretty crowded so I had to run around a lot of groups of people while avoiding cyclists.
There are a number of restroom facilities spaced throughout the park, although I did not use them so I can't comment on their quality.
For cyclists, one nice feature are dedicated bike lanes through much of the park, although on Sunday it would have been difficult to get a good ride in because there is so much pedestrian traffic constantly crossing the bike lanes.
During the week, the park was very mellow and uncrowded and I was able to get in a nice 4 mile run with minimal distractions.
My only real criticism of the park is that the network of paths and trails aren't well marked, and even using Google Maps, it was hard to figure out a good running route. That said, it wasn't a huge deal since it's fairly easy to just set off and run in the general direction, finding your way around by dead reckoning with occasional help from Google. There is a path that runs around the outside of the park, more or less, but it's not continuous so you wind up running on the outside sidewalk for a bit. Again, not a big deal but it does take a little more thinking as you're running so that you choose the right way to go.
One more tip. I was staying at the Grand Mercure hotel, which advertises itself as being adjacent to the park. Technically it is, however actually getting from the hotel to the park is not terribly straightforward, You wind up having to cross several roads while following pedestrian paths that are not marked at all. There is a nice bright yellow pedestrian bridge that, once you spot it, helps with figuring out which way to go, and once you've figured it out the first time, it's not hard. Unfortunately the hotel personnel were no help whatsoever in finding the park, actually sending me the wrong direction when I asked for directions. Google Maps to the rescue!
All in all, Ibirapuera is a very nice, clean, safe park in the middle of very busy Sao Paulo. If you're looking for a nice place to relax, unwind, and get in some exercise, I highly recommend it.
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Um bom lugar para passar o tempo, jogar uma conversa fora, o parque é bem bonito e vale a pena a visa, lugar bom para se tirar fotos.
4 based on 94 reviews
Fui para fazer caminhada com as amigas e gostei muito, da natureza, do tamanho do parque, da quadra, do lago, depois da reforma ficou ótimo.
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During the week avenida Paulista is a traffic jam avenue in São Paulo but on Sundays the avenue is closed for traffic and dedicated to people. There you will find lots of attractions with live music, street food, hand made items and much more. It is a must for those who are looking for a authentic Sao Paulo experience.
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