São Paulo is the financial
center of Brazil, and among the world most populous cities, with numerous cultural
institutions and a rich architectural tradition. Santa Cruz is the largest city
in Bolivia and it is one of the fastest-growing cities in the world.
The trip from Santa Cruz to Sao Paulo by bus
covers a distance of 2,362 km and takes around 36 hours. Buses depart every day
from the bimodal terminal in Santa Cruz, located on Avenida Montes, at 7:00pm
in the evening and they arrive at Terminal Barra Funda, on Avenida Auro Soares
de Moura Andrade in Sao Paulo at 10:00am two days later.
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Santa Cruz to Sao Paulo Bus Timetable
La Preferida Bus
TRAVEL OPTIONS FROM SANTA CRUZ TO SAO PAULO
Tickets Bolivia offers several bus travel options to make this journey:
Direct trip: There is a direct bus from Santa Cruz to Sao Paulo. The journey takes 36 hours and the bus leaves at 8:00pm every day. The service includes meals and stops in the route. The bus has a bar, toilets and video. The company offering a service on this route is La Preferida Bus (lie-flat bus). Before boarding the bus, passengers must pay a fee called Uso de terminal, which costs about 2 bolivianos
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SOME TOURISTIC INFORMATION THAT CAN BE OF INTEREST
Avenida Paulista: Avenida Paulista is one of the main financial and cultural centers of Sao Paulo, filled with shops, hotels, businesses, cultural institutions and restaurants. From there it is easy to see some of the other top sights of the city, including the Museu de Arte de São Paulo, Shopping Cidade São Paulo and Parque Trianon.
Pinacoteca: Designed in 1895, this historic building now houses the Pinacoteca, the first art museum in São Paulo. It houses paintings, sculptures and other works of art from the 19th century up to modern day. It houses an extensive collection of Brazilian art from the 19th century through today.
MASP: Set on Avenida Paulista, the Museu de Arte de São Paulo is one of the most important museums in South America. It has a collection of over 8,000 pieces, including world-renowned artists like Picasso, Van Gogh, Rembrandt, Renoir, Degas, Tintoretto, El Greco and Goya. Brazilian and South American art is also well represented.
Museo do Futebol: Even if you are not a fan of football, you will enjoy the Futebol Museum. The history of the ball game is told in photographs, video clips and memorabilia, with fascinating exhibits.
Mercado Municipal: One of the most popular tourist attractions in the center of town is to visit the Municipal Market. With 12,600 square meters, the Mercadão, sells everything from fruits to spices to salted codfish. Enjoy a mortadella sandwich for lunch or a pastel de bacalhau. The building is also decorated with stunning stained-glass windows that depict different aspects of food production in the region.
Catedral da Se: Finished in 1954, the cathedral is one of the five largest neo-Gothic churches in the world, this is a modern looking church of light grey stone with some nice classical lines.
Museu AfroBrazil: Situated in Parque Ibirapuera, this museum has great displays of artefacts and other educational resources showcasing several centuries of African immigration to South America, accompanied with a history of slavery too.
Teatro Municipal: Based on the Opera House in Paris, this theater hosts performances by music and dance schools and, during days when no performance is scheduled, free guided tours of the venue (in English) are also available.