The Mercado Municipal Paulistano, better known as "Mercadão" of São Paulo, now offers guided tours for those who want to know the historical complex of 12.6 thousand square meters, which opened in 1933.
The new feature was announced Thursday (27) by the Municipal Department of Tourism, which included it in its "Go on a Tour" project, which already offers this type of service in other parts of the city, including the Ipiranga Museum, the Immigration Museum, Avenida Paulista, the Liberdade neighborhood, Forest Horto, and Ibirapuera Park.
The free tours offered are designed to introduce the culture, gastronomy . . .