Every time I come to S. Paulo, people tell me I should visit the municipal market. Yesterday I finally had the time, so we went for lunch there. It reminds me a bit of La Boqueria, but not as big. I do love visiting markets, though, I think there are always interesting things to see (and buy).
Like this huge variety of spices
or the fact that there was more smoked codfish here than I've ever seen in Portugal
and this strange fruit (Pitaya)
But actually the best, and one of the things the market is known for, was lunch ... codfish pastry and huge portions of ham sandwich. So, just one word of advice, if you're on a diet, don't come here ...