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Sao Paulo

What kinds of gyms or other sports/workout facilities are available? Are they expensive?

There are gyms everywhere in Sao Paulo, but membership is required at most and the prices exceed those found in the U.S. Most of the larger living complexes have adequate gyms available to residents free of charge. - Nov 1, 2017
Anything you can imagine, they have. Pools, horses, basketball, soccer, baseball, skateboarding. It's cheaper than the States. - Apr 17, 2017
Most buildings have gyms and if you are looking for something beyond what they offer, there are big chains as well as tons of CrossFit places throughout the city. - Apr 11, 2017
Lots of gyms and pools here. There is one at the Consulate. I just use the ones in our apartment and they are really nice. - Jan 15, 2017
Lots of exercise facilities are available within Sao Paulo (gyms, cross-fit, karate, dance, etc.) - Jan 6, 2017
Our building has a full gym, two swimming pools. - Aug 5, 2015
At the consulate and at most of the apartment complexes. Private gyms and sports clubs are all over. - Aug 2, 2013
Yes, pretty much on every corner. The US Consulate also has a nice workout center for employees and their families. - Dec 13, 2012
Yes in most Shopping Malls but they are extremely expensive. Most apartment buildings have a gym and the Consulate recently upgraded its gym (overall, the Consulate has a fantastic recreation area consisting of a gym, basketball court, soccer field, tennis court, pool, and playground). - Jan 25, 2012
Yes - Jan 17, 2012
Yes, but they are typically around $175/month. - Jan 3, 2012