Located in the south of Campinas, Ponte Preta is a well located neighborhood, which got its name in the late 19th century, after the construction of an idealized bridge with the objective of incorporating this region into the city center.
In terms of mobility, the neighborhood offers one of the best possible, as its proximity to the center allows this route to be carried out easily in alternative ways, such as by bicycle, for example. With public transport, commuting also works simply and quickly, as there are several bus lines that connect Ponte Preta with the rest of the city.
With regard to the neighborhood trade and services sector, the guarantee that they will find everything they need on a daily basis in the region itself. To give you an idea, the neighborhood has schools, colleges, clinics, hospitals, supermarkets, pharmacies, bank branches and a good variety of restaurants and cafeterias for all tastes.
Even located close to the center and with such an active trade, the neighborhood still has quiet and peaceful streets, which manage to maintain an atmosphere similar to what is found in cities in the interior of São Paulo. In this way, anyone who is looking for a safe place with high levels of quality of life will surely discover a pleasant haven in the Ponte Preta neighborhood.
Stadiums Brinco de Ouro and Moisés Lucarelli are in this region.
Museums, theaters or concert arenas Natural History Museum, Ameríndia - Arte Indígena Brasileira and Teatro Arena are located in this region.