The Bolivian community in São Paulo is large, it's estimated that today more than 200 thousand Bolivians live in the city. For over 10 years they have organized a fair near the Armenian subway station every Sunday. The square that receives the fair was even renamed after the name of a typical Bolivian flower. At the Feira da Kantuta you can buy typical Bolivian products, have a meal in one of the stalls or even watch folk music and dance performances. I like to buy corn from one of the several varieties available there and also the typical seasonings.
Praça kantuta, S/n - Canindé, São Paulo - SP, 03032-030, Brazil
11:00 - 07:00