Experience the unique atmosphere of the world’s most epic LGBTQ+ celebration!
A cosmopolitan metropolis of over 20 million people, São Paulo, is the largest city in South America, and is renowned for its rich arts and cultural scenes, architecture, vibrant nightlife and world-class gastronomy!
A popular destination for LGBTQ+ travellers, the city is one of the most gay-friendly in Latin-America and every year, hosts the world’s largest pride parade, which attracts over 5 million attendees!
This June, São Paulo Pride returns to South America's largest city!
Although officially São Paulo Pride only lasts for one day, numerous events, parties and celebrations are held on the week of the parade.
We recommend spending at least 5 days in the city.
British Airways are the only airline to offer regular direct flights from London to São Paulo, though numerous operators offer 1-stop options.
During June the weather in São Paulo is usually fairly dry and warm, with average highs of around 22°C.
Rob was a fantastic guide. The trip was very enjoyable and Robs knowledge and expertise were great. Would defo recommend
Excellent service from start to finish. I booked the National 3 Peasks challenge in 24 hours. i had regular communication from Rob and the team prioe to the event checking in on my progress, which really spurred me on as well as a helpful fitness plan i has to folow. For the challenge itself Rob and Tim really helped put the group at ease, and was very encouraging. Such a credit to business. i would not hesitate at all in recommending bookitlist to friends and family and will define use again in the future. Thank you for pushing me to finish the challenge!
Just come back from completing the 24 hour natinal 3 Peaks Challenge with Bookitlist. 25-27th June 2021. From start to finish the group I was in was well looked after. From pick up to drop off the team were well organised & made the experience/challenge as enoyable & relaxing as possible. an unforgettable experience & will definitely be looking out for what other trips they have to offer.
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