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Northwest São Paulo is a region in the state of São Paulo. It is a mostly rural and sparsely populated area, with low industrialization level, and heritage left by Japanese immigration. A major attraction in the region are the beaches and nautical leisure at the reservoirs in the Paraná, Tietê and Grande rivers.

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Map of Northwest São Paulo (state)
São José do Rio Preto.
  • Andradina
  • 1 Araçatuba
  • Olímpia - Hot spring city that attracts more than 1 million visitors per year to its Thermas dos Laranjais waterpark
  • Pereira Barreto - Japanese heritage and the beauty of the Tietê river
  • 2 São José do Rio Preto - The largest city of the region and its cultural capital
  • Santa Fé do Sul - A popular regional destination for fishing and nautical leisure

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The cuisine of the northwest region is a little different from other parts of the state. Typical dishes include:

  • Caldo do Artista
  • Cupim Casqueirado

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