Business Travel Fun in the Sun in Sao Paulo
Home to one of the world's fastest-growing metropolitan populations, Sao Paulo is the largest city of the Southern Hemisphere. It has the third largest concentration of skyscrapers in the world; behind only New York and Hong Kong. A true cosmopolitan melting pot, Sao Paulo is home to the largest Arab, Italian, and Japanese diasporas in the world.
Enthralling white sand beaches, mesmerizing lush rainforests and a captivating urban sprawl are just some of the attractions that make Brazil one of the most alluring places in the world. With celestial landscapes that extend across three time zones, Brazil is also home to a timeless masterpiece---Christ the Redeemer---one of the seven wonders of the world. An ecosystem where flora and fauna meets football and festivity, Brazil truly is fascinating in every sense of the term.
As bewitching as it is busy, Sao Paulo's incredible spread of diversity makes it an enticing feast for all. With a culinary arts scene worthy of Michelin stars and an avalanche of bars and nightclubs, Sao Paulo is truly a lifestyle and culture haven.
Uniqueness lies in difference, and not in similarity. And with the largest Arab, Italian, and Japanese diasporas in the world, it is this convergence of differences that makes São Paulo uniquely Sao Paulo. A uniqueness reflected in its culture, its art and even its cuisine.
Change is constant and nothing exemplifies this better than the culinary industry. An industry where some establishments shut down even sooner than the time it took to make them. Even in this era of molecular gastronomy, Instagram food influencers and keto and paleo diets, there are select few establishments for which time stands still for not just decades, but a whole century. And it's only fitting that Sao Paulo, one of the culinary capitals of the world, is home to a few of those establishments.
Sao Paulo is one of the culinary capitals of the world. And as far as we are concerned, you can neither take the food out of Sao Paulo, nor can you take the Sao Paulo out of the food. Thus, we welcome you to the Taste of Sao Paulo---a celebration of the food of Sao Paulo, in Sao Paulo.
Who is LATAM and why you should fly LATAM
Created by the coming together of two of South America's biggest airlines, LATAM is steeped in Latin American heritage. This heritage has made LATAM South America's premier airline. LATAM is an airline that believes that people are driven by their goals and dreams and strives to help people realize them. Since goals and dreams can only be realized when people expand their world and explore new horizons, LATAM, with its largest network of connections to and from South America, enables them to do just that.
LATAM Airlines Group is Latin America's leading airline group with one of the largest route networks in the world, offering air services to around 140 destinations in 25 countries, and is present in six domestic markets in Latin America: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru, in addition to its international operations in Latin America, Europe, the United States, the Caribbean, Oceania and Africa.
Miami: Miami, the capital of Latin America in North America, is a pivotal destination for LATAM. With a 70% Hispanic population, Miami is an indispensable gateway between North and South America and LATAM is the carrier that facilitates that connection. Aside from having its very own VIP lounge at MIA, LATAM offers travel options to 8 different countries from MIA: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Uruguay.
New York: A city with a plethora of Latin American influences, New York City is yet another immense gateway for LATAM. But seeing that not everyone traveling from and to JFK lives in New York City, LATAM offers its passengers a Free Bus Service between JFK and New Jersey---making one's transit from and to JFK more seamless than ever. LATAM offers travel options to 8 different countries from JFK: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Uruguay.
Orlando: Home to more than a dozen theme parks, Orlando's list of attractions speak for themselves. In order to make those attractions even more accessible, LATAM operates service between 8 different countries (Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Uruguay) and Orlando International Airport (MCO). LATAM also offers qualifying passengers VIP lounge access at MCO via the Collision Group lounge at Terminal 1.
Los Angeles: A city that is deeply connected to Latin America, Los Angeles is an A-list destination in LATAM's list of offerings. With service options to 8 different countries (Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Uruguay) from LAX, and vice versa, LATAM offers a blockbuster experience to flyers traveling to and from Los Angeles. Qualifying LATAM passengers can also receive a star-studded experience at the Qantas Lounge situated on the 5th floor of the TBIT international terminal.
Boston: Starting July 2018, LATAM operates four direct flights to Boston from Sao Paulo. With one of the biggest populations of Brazilians in USA, Boston has its own particular charm. And though Boston may be in full party mode in spring and summer, the chilly fall and cold winter feature landscapes adorned with colorful foliage, white snow, and crisp blue skies.
Las Vegas: Starting July 2018, LATAM operates three direct flights to Las Vegas from Sao Paulo. Have fun on the strip and continue your venture with a trip to Brazil. We are the only South American airline connecting passengers directly between Las Vegas and Sao Paulo, bringing the United States and Brazil even closer together.
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