Cheap flights to Sao Paulo
There are many words to describe Sao Paulo, but first up, enormous and exhilarating jump to mind. If cities were jungles, Sao Paulo would be the Amazon with double the population of its neighbouring city of Rio de Janeiro and a concrete jungle full of things to do, places to stay and adventures to be had. You can make like a regular Paulistano as you hit bars like Frango, dance to electronic tunes in D-Edge and sing karaoke like an absolute pro in Japantown. Sao Paulo is an effervescent contemporary city that is the ultimate place to party – all night long. Student Flights can get you on the dancefloor and under those strobe lights with the cheapest quality airfares around to Sao Paulo.
Flights from Australia to Sao Paulo generally arrive at Guarulhos – Governador Andre Franco Montoro International Airport (GRU). The airport is known by locals as Cumbica Airport after the district it’s located in and it's the busiest airport in South America. There are multiple transport options to the city centre in this megalopolis including bus, train, taxi or private shuttle.
Sao Paulo Flights
Qantas uses Santiago in Chile as their gateway to South America with connecting flights to Sao Paulo and a total average flight time of 18 hours. Other convenient flights with only one stopover depart from most Australian capital cities via the Middle East or South Africa. During all international flights, airlines will provide meals, drinks and various in-flight entertainment. For specific services, check out our airline guide.
Airlines that fly to Sao Paulo
Major airlines that fly from Australia to Sao Paulo:
Sao Paulo Holiday Packages
If there ever was a city to get help navigating, planning and booking your holiday to, this is it. Let our Student Flights travel consultants do all the research and give you all the expert advice with one of our tailor-made Sao Paulo holiday packages. Including flights, accommodation, transfers, tours and even some meals - all you’ll have to do is enjoy!
About Sao Paulo
Immerse yourself in the largest city in the Southern Hemisphere and see everything 'Sampa', as the locals affectionately know it, has to offer. We think you’ll more than likely need weeks to make sure you hit up sights like SESC Pompeia, Galeria Vermelho, Casa Mauro Freire and Parque da Juventude – covering off on all you need to know about Sao Paulo’s cultural nuances, shopping and history, respectively. Centro Velho is the old centre of town and sits between two neat parks - Praca da Se and Praca de Republica. Here you will find shops, museums, cultural centres and world-class restaurants. Be sure to try the pizza, which many say rivals Italy's for the world's tastiest! After the sun goes down head to Villa Madalena, an artistic neighbourhood with many fun bars; check out Barra Funda for a grungy vibe; or step it up a notch in the flashy nightclubs of Vila Olimpia.
To make the most of your trip, do your research and check out our guide to Sao Paulo. Call our Student Flights travel consultants or ask in-store for deals on flights, accommodation and tours in Sao Paulo.
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