Do you want to know an amazing way to see São Paulo? Andrés Sandoval shows you a narrow track in the Cantareira State Park that leads to Pedra Grande mountain; from there, walking down into the bush, you’ll see nearly extinct birds such as the Araçari-poca. Digging deeper into the nature, take the bus to the South side of the city, where you’ll find a 32 million-year crater, in the Billings dam (don’t miss the Cambuci’s jelly, a «sour fruit shaped like a flying saucer»). Back to the centre, spend a day in the famous São Paulo Museum of Art, which houses «one of the best art collections in Latin America». And don’t leave without exploring the free fairs, filled with bargains, sellers and fruits.
Andrés Sandoval will tell you much more about the city where he lives since an early age, in this new title from the collection My City, which presents cities across the world to unfold and discover through the eyes of illustrators who were born or live there. Each book comprises a fold-out map and 12 places described and illustrated in a every personal way by the artists.