By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter
SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Known as a bustling business metropolis during the week, São Paulo city relaxes during the weekend, with families enjoying the sun at Ibirapuera Park or strolling down Avenida Paulista, which now is closed on Sundays for cars. But if a shopping experience is on the agenda, why not check out some of the city’s open-air antiquity markets, where visitors often find bargains, good food and lively people.
One of the oldest and most famous open air market is the antiquities market found at the MASP museum located . . .