We asked Samuel Campos, an eight-year veteran of Brazil’s hospitality industry and the concierge of Hotel Unique, to plan a single, spectacular day in São Paulo…
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A Concierge’s Black Book — São Paulo
1. One-hour sightseeing flight
Our private car will take you to a helicopter landing, where you’ll take an outstanding one-hour sightseeing flight. Flying over São Paulo will give you views of the most iconic buildings in this huge city, including the stunning Edifício Copan, designed by Oscar Niemeyer’s firm.
2. Shopping on Oscar Freire Street
After the flight, enjoy lunch at Maní with some of the best dishes in town, followed by shopping on Oscar Freire Street.
Consumers walk along Oscar Freire street, São Paulo’s version of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, in São Paulo.Paulo Whitaker—Reuters
3. Exclusive personal tour of the city
You’ll meet Flavia Liz, who runs the most exclusive personal guide team in the city. Her customized tours focus on subjects like street art, design, and architecture, and even go inside the favela slums.
Favela settlement on hillsideJohn Seaton Callahan—Getty Images/Flickr RF
4. Drinks on the rooftop
Have an unforgettable dinner at Kinoshita, a Japanese restaurant headed by the very friendly chef Tsuyoshi Murakami. To end the night, get a drink at the breathtaking Skye Restaurant & Bar on our rooftop.
Hotel Unique RooftopCourtesy of Hotel Unique
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A version of this article appears in the April 1, 2016 issue of Fortune with the headline “The $10,000 Day.”