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Nossa Senhora do Brasil, Sao Paulo
 

Praktisk information Sao Paulo, Brasilien

Förflytta sig i staden

In a huge city like Sao Paulo roads can be extremely congested, with peak traffic between the hours of 6am to 9am and 4pm to 8pm. Driving is not recommended in the city, as parking can be as much of a problem as the traffic. There are hundreds of buses covering the city, but these can be very crowded and slow during peak hours. Buses won't stop unless hailed, and pickpocketing is common on buses. The subway system is usually the fastest option for getting around in Sao Paulo. The metro system consists of six colour-coded lines: Line 1 (Blue), Line 2 (Green), Line 3 (Red), Line 4 (Yellow), Line 5 (Lilac) and Line 15 (Silver), all of them operating from Sunday to Friday, from 4.40am to midnight, and on Saturdays until 1am for most lines. The Bilhete Único is a smartcard that makes it easy to pay for transport on Sao Paulo's buses, subways, and trains. You can buy them at underground stations, and charge them at newspaper stands with credits for public transportation. Taxis are freely available and absolutely essential after dark. White cabs can be found at stands near big venues and central areas. Radio taxis are more reputable and favoured by tourists, but are more expensive and must be ordered by phone. Sao Paulo is large and spread out. You won't be able to walk everywhere, but the various neighbourhoods are easy to negotiate on foot and are usually safe by day.

Tid

GMT -3 (GMT -2 between the last Sunday in October and the third Sunday in February)

Elektricitet

Brazil has a variety of electrical voltages, sometimes within the same city. The better hotels offer 220 volts, 60Hz. If not, transformers are available in electrical stores. Outlets often accept a variety of plug types.

Valuta

The Brazilian currency is the Real (BRL). The US Dollar is also welcome in most tourist establishments. In the main cities foreign currencies can be exchanged at banks or cambios. There is an extensive network of ATMs in the country and most major international credit cards are accepted.

Kommunikation

The international access code for Brazil is +55. Mobile phone networks cover the main cities and towns, and phones are available to rent. Internet cafes are widely available and most hotels provide internet access. Every town has a central telephone office called a Posto Telefonico where long distance calls can be made, and public phone booths are everywhere, operated by phone cards.

Nödnummer

Emergencies: 194 (police), 192 (ambulance)

Visum och hälsoinformation

Allt om visum och hälsoinformation

Allmänna helgdagar

Klimat

Governador André Franco Montoro International Airport

www.gru.com.br

Ta sig till staden

EMTU buses depart GRU Airport, bound to Congonhas Airport, Praça da República, Tietê Bus Terminal and Barra Funda, Itaim Bibi, Circuit Paulista, and Brooklin Novo. The nearest metro station to the airport is Tietê. There the passenger must use a bus to get to the airport. There is an airport shuttle bus which drops off at the main hotels.

Biluthyrning

Car hire companies include Avis and Hertz.

Flygplatstaxi

Taxis are available outside the terminals. Visitors are advised to take the official airport Guarucoop taxis; they are usually a little more expensive but give peace of mind.

Transfer mellan terminaler

Terminals One and Two are connected and easy to walk between; transfer to the other terminals takes longer but is still possible on foot.

Faciliteter

There are a number of bars, restaurants and shops at the airport. There are banks, currency exchange bureaux and ATMs. There is duty-free shopping before customs for Arrivals, tourist information desks, as well as business facilities and conference rooms in nearby hotels.

Parkering

Parking is available at a variety of different parking buildings around the terminals, including standard and premium parking options.

Internet

Pay-per-use wifi is available in both terminals.