Cheap Flights to Sao Paulo Guarulhos

Sao Paulo often gets overlooked by tourists in favour of the stunning beauty of nearby Rio de Janeiro, but the truth is that Brazil's largest city has plenty to offer adventurous travellers. While Sao Paulo may not win any awards for its beauty, it is a cultural, culinary, and artistic powerhouse in South America. As one of the most diverse cities on the planet, Sao Paulo has an innovative and funky spirit that manages to draw visitors in and keep them for longer than they may expect.

The Sao Paulo Guarulhos Airport is the city's primary international airport and one of the busiest airports in South America. Getting a flight to Sao Paulo Guarulhos Airport is never a problem and with Skyscanner's Whole Month search you can find a cheap flight no matter when you want to leave.

Best Time to Book a Flight to Sao Paulo Guarulhos Airport

While Sao Paulo is in a tropical climate, its inland location makes temperatures here during the winter (which is roughly June to August) surprisingly cool, so bring a sweater. March to June, which is autumn, also tends to be damp and cool. Spring (September to November) offers sunny days and comfortable temperatures. While the summer months (November to March) are sunny and perfect for a visit to the beach, they are extremely hot and humid, which is made worse by Sao Paulo's infamously bad traffic. Sign up for Price Alerts from Skyscanner and you'll never miss out on a great deal to Sao Paulo.

Airlines that Fly to Sao Paulo Guarulhos Airport

Sao Paulo Guarulhos Airport is a major international hub and is served by many airlines from all over the world. Air Canada offers direct flights between Sao Paulo and Toronto, while Aeromexico, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, LATAM Brasil, and United Airlines make flying to or from elsewhere in North America easy. Other major carriers include Air France, Alitalia, British Airways, KLM, Emirates, Iberia, Lufthansa, and many more.

What to Expect When Arriving at the Airport

Sao Paulo Guarulhos Airport is located 40 km from the city centre. To get to the city centre you will either need to rent a car or take a taxi. All taxis are operated by Guarucoop and you can buy a prepaid fare from the taxi booth just outside the arrivals terminal. Whether taking a taxi or driving yourself, be aware that, thanks to Sao Paulo's traffic, getting to the city centre can take anywhere from 45 minutes to three hours, with two hours being typical.

Airport Facilities

Almost all international flights fly into Terminal 3, which has duty-free shops, cafes, and restaurants. While there is also free WiFi, be warned that service can be spotty. There are also quite a few lounges for certain credit card holders and frequent flyers.  A currency exchange is also available and there is an ATM. Make sure to take out some local currency before leaving the airport since international credit and debit cards may not work at all businesses in Sao Paulo.

What to See and Do in Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo has long attracted immigrants from all over the world, which has helped make it a city of fascinating neighbourhoods, such as Avenida Paulista and the historic city centre. As a cultural centre, Sao Paulo is filled with art galleries and museums, including the Museu de Arte de São Paulo, Museu do Ipiranga, and Memorial da América Latina. Annual events not to be missed include the Carnival with its spectacular parade and the world's largest Gay Pride Festival. Hotels in Sao Paulo are plentiful and Skyscanner can help you find a place to stay at an affordable price.


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