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No, it is not easy. I'm guessing you are connecting through Guarulhos, Sao Paulo's main international airport. At best, you should assume it will take you an hour to get from there to any destination within the city. If you arrive or leave at the wrong time, this could end up being two hours, each way. Your best bet is to take a taxi or Uber, but public ...


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It depends a lot if you get your bags really quickly and depends a lot on the traffic conditions of the day. Sao Paulo has a massive car fleet for its population (10 million cars for roughly 14 million people) and the Guarulhos Airport is far from Downtown, without easy access to train/subway to the airport (it will take you 2 hours to get to the city if you ...


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I assume you arrive at Guarulhos, which is the main international airport of Sao Paulo. It's quite time consuming to get from Guarulhos to downtown Sao Paulo, so, if your hotel is close to the airport, you should think twice about venturing into town. That said, a taxi will set you back about 150R$, currently about 40USD, while public transport, which will ...


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A taxi from Guarulhos is not very reasonably priced, in my opinion. I'm not sure about from Guarulhos, but to Guarulhos from Vila Mariana can be 50 USD, depending on the time of day. There are private shuttle buses that cost about 30 reais (10 USD or so) that take you to either the Tiete or Barra Funda bus terminal. There are a few sales offices for these ...


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Yes you can. Although the right answer is very dependent on your personal interests, here are a few pointers to get you started: Do a 'free' walking tour. They work for tips, so it's not really free, but it's an easy and friendly way to get to know a bit of the city. Spend time at Ibirapuera Park. There are several decent museums in the park, and it's a ...


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After some digging I found the following information: Wikipedia Sao Paulo Guarulhos International Airport Terminals 2 and 3 are directly linked by a walkway. Went more deep to find some TripAdvisor Thread - Transfer fdrom T3 to T2 where I found the following image which shows the above mentioned walkway. The thread mentions that even during the Rio ...


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The German consulate in Boston has the same rule, which is rather impractical. So far I've been able to negotiate my way around it: Leave it at security or show them that it's turned off. Sometimes, they don't even ask. Maybe you can call the consulate and ask. People on the phone tend to be more accommodating then websites.


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