Sister Cities

 While diplomatic instruments, agreements with Sisters Cities can provide knowledge exchange on public policies and projects in various areas, such as health programs and cultural policies, in addition to other possible changes concerning the interests of cities. Moreover the agreements represent formal basis for the realization of any agreements, exchange and economic development programs, public policy and services to population. In the long list of cities that have agreements with São Paulo, some should be considered as potential references, subjected to stringent analysis in the future, to the development forms of cooperation or exchange.

Sister Cities 

Angola Luanda 1993
Argentina

Buenos Aires

Mendoza

La Plata

1999

1998

1988

Armenia Yerevan 1999
Bolivia La Paz 1999
Canada Toronto 1999
Chile Santiago 1998
China

Ningbo

Beijing

Macau

Shanghai

2002

1999

1999

1988

Cote D'Ivoire Abidjan 1981
Costa Rica San Jose -
Cuba Havana 1997

Germany

Hamburg 2005
Israel Tel Aviv 2004
Italy Milan 1962
Japan

Naha

Osaka

1998

1985

Jordan Amman 1997
Mali Bamako 2000
Paraguay

Asunción

Presidente Franco

1998

1944

Peru Lima 2002
Portugal

Góis

Funchal

Coimbra

Leiria

Lisbon

2000

1998

1996

1996

1995

Romania

Bucharest

Cluj-Napoca

2000

2000

South Korea Seoul 1997
Spain

Córdoba

Santiago de Compostela

San Cristobal de la Laguna

Barcelona

2001

2000

1990

1985

Syria Damascus 1999
United States

Chicago

Miami Dade

2005

1988

Uruguay Montevideo 2001