Overall, there are many transportation options: planes and buses arrive all day, from various Brazilian cities.
The highlight, however, is due to the numerous flights arriving to the three airports of São paulo:

 São Paulo/Guarulhos–Governador André Franco Montoro International Airport (GRU)

 São Paulo/Congonhas Airport (CGH)

 Viracopos/Campinas International Airport (VCP)

For international arrivals, we will strongly suggest to arrive in GRU and not VCP due to the very far distance from the city center.

For national arrivals, if the fares are good, take first the option of CGH which is close by the city center.

By plane

Both International Airport Guarulhos (GRU) and Congonhas Airport are good options to reach the city. São Paulo is always part of the promotions of airlines and has a very many flights departing to various Brazilian cities.

Travel to São Paulo by flight is usually cheaper when the journey is made by Guarulhos (GRU), but this airport, unfortunately, does not have the best of locations and is farther from the city center.

Arriving at Congonhas Airport is a lot easier not only for the central location but also by the variety of transport.

By bus

The São Paulo bus station (Rodoviária in Portuguese), which is close to the center and the South Zone (Copacabana, Ipanema, Leblon), has daily arrivals and departures of the main Brazilian bus company, as Águia Branca, 1001, Itapemirim e São Geraldo.

What to expect of the region?

Brazil Trip Specialist

Brazil Trip Specialist