São Paulo is a multilayered metropolis. It is at once Brazil’s most important economic center, and also Latin America’s cultural capital, with undisputed possibilities for leisure, knowledge, and entertainment.
It is a typically urban city, although boasting a vast green area. A pioneering, innovative city, which preserves in its architecture, arts, and cuisine a past built upon the combination of over 70 nationalities. While preserving its traditions, it leaves no place to be outperformed. Connected is the right word to define it. If you wish to better understand São Paulo, rely on two things: an open mind and willingness to explore a city that never sleeps.
The world of arts and entertainment is also at home in São Paulo. As Latin-America’s cultural center, São Paulo holds 101 museums, 282 cinemas, 146 libraries, and over 40 cultural hubs, besides countless street fair and popular festivals.
Although it is Brazil’s biggest economic center and primarily an urban metropolis, São Paulo preserves its places of contact with nature, where one can enjoy sports, free air leisure, and observe a great number of animals.
2nd South American Congress and 4th São Paulo Congress on Pediatric Urgency and Emergencies
A congress on general pediatrics that encompasses all of its pediatric sub-specialties, focusing on severely ill patients. It is meant not only to professionals who work in the field of emergency medicine, but also in basic health units, medical practices, and outpatient clinics, either pediatric or not.