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Pacaembu Stadium

Praca Charles Miller s/n | Pacaembu, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 01234-900, Brazil
(11) 3664-4650
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Praca Charles Miller s/n | Pacaembu, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo 01234-900, Brazil
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Reviewed 13 August 2016 via mobile

A very pleasant experience, make sure to go inside, and depending on the day even walk on the grass. It's located in a very good neighborhood, beautiful surroundings!

Thank fernandorees
Reviewed 22 May 2016

One of the most greatfull stadium in Sao Paulo. You can meet for free. Who lives in Sao Paulo can use the stadium, but travellers can meet and take great pics.

Thank Alex S
Reviewed 26 April 2016

The most traditional Stadium of the city of São paulo. Nice surroundings. Museum of football. Good Food Open Market Fair in front of the station 5 days a week. Nice to see or taste fruits and the PASTEL; traditional pstry of Brazil, with suggar cane...More

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ComunicacaoPacaembu, Pacaembu Stadium - Communication Department at Pacaembu Stadium, responded to this review

Hello, Fabio Thank you very much for your kind response, Best regards!

Reviewed 12 February 2016

Brazil sells their tickets first to members of the Futebol Clubs, then everyone else 2 days before the game. We still got great seats at the public ticket sales: On home side of field M35 & M36 ( bleacher section centered over the mid line...More

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ComunicacaoPacaembu, Communication Department at Pacaembu Stadium, responded to this review

Hi There, pacma2016 On behalf of everyone from Pacaembu Stadium staff, I would like to thank you for posting your review. We're glad to hear that you felt safe and had fun watching the game. We work on daily basis to maintain the cultural, historical...More

Reviewed 23 January 2016 via mobile

You can't leave São Paulo without meeting the Pacaembu Stadium. It carries much of the city's history and its wonderful architecture (specially the façade) is emblematic. There happened many historical matches including World Cup's ones. It also hosts the Soccer Museum which is great as...More

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ComunicacaoPacaembu, Communication Department at Pacaembu Stadium, responded to this review

Hello, Rodrigo Thank you so much! Our management team is here every day, working for the Pacaembu Stadium remains a great symbol for São Paulo.

Reviewed 10 September 2015

The stadium itself is OK, but what worth the visit is the Soccer Museum. Very unexpensive (less than US$ 2 per person), includes some views of the stadium, original radio records of great goals with the original speakers, commented videos of epic plays, lots of...More

Thank Nora2012_12
Reviewed 23 October 2014

The Corinthians now have a new arena but this is their old homestead. The Stadium ist fit into the landscape which is interesting to see. Just in front of the stadim is a food market, where locals sell their produce, meat, fish, condiments and such,...More

Thank Jochen-v-S
Reviewed 17 June 2014 via mobile

I wasn't expecting much but turned out to be a good surprise. Stadium area cool, can get some great shots of the stadium and surroundings. Best part is the soccer museum, specially the interactive area were you are inside a "torcida" , best known as...More

Thank Rui S
Reviewed 20 February 2014

The Pacaembu Stadium is a great place to visit. Home to one of the traditional Sao Paulo soccer teams. The soccer museum inside the museum is a great attraction for people from any age. Nevertheless, I must admit that the pastries nearby the stadium were...More

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Reviewed 19 January 2014 via mobile

I went to pacaembu to see Corinthians 2 vs 1 Santos on the first final of campeonato paulista great viewing nice atmosphere to support Corinthians football team. Really good time.

Thank Wendel78
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Pacaembu
Highlights of this neighbourhood include Pacaembu
Stadium and the Museum of Soccer, but they are not the
only attractions it offers. Street markets are part of
São Paulo’s culture, and at Charles Miller Square you
will find one of the city's best. Arrive early to be
delighted by fresh fruits, vegetables, coconut water
and “pastel”, fried dough filled with innumerable
options including cheese, meat, and shrimp. If you are
...More
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Qual a antiga historia do Estádio Pacaembu?
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O Estádio do Pacaembu foi um dos Estadios sede da Copa do Mundo de 1950. Aquela que nós só perdemos de 2 a 1 na Final.
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qual a historia do estádio do pacaembu
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O local foi inaugurado em 27 de abril de 1940, com a presença do então presidente da República, Getúlio Vargas, que foi recebido por enorme vaia dos paulistas por não ser benquisto depois do episódio histórico da Revolução... More
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