Consolação (district of São Paulo) - Consolação Today - Attractions and Events

Attractions and Events

The area features an array of tourist locations, local cuisine, a large shopping center (Shopping Higienópolis)and the Municipal Stadium (Pacembu Stadium), and the Old Center of São Paulo, as well as being near to Paulista Avenue. Patio Higienópolis, commonly known as Shopping Higienópolis, is located on Higienópolis Avenue, near the corner of Angelica.

The Rotary Club of São Paulo, the largest Rotary Club in South America, is located in the Higienópolis neighborhood, and contains a well-known private secondary school in the city, Colegio Rio Branco. The Rotary Club regularly hosts fund-raisers and other events inside the school.

Buenos Aires Park is a small region of the neighborhood where one can see a large variety of tropical plants and trees, if only to get away from the noise and pollution of the streets.

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