Expatriates with international health insurance who enjoy heading out at night should consider travelling to Sao Paulo.
Lonely Planet spokeswoman Heather Carswell said the city "knows how to party".
She explained there are a large number of bars, live music venues and nightclubs in the area.
Furthermore, people who travel 40 km south-east will come across the town of Paranapiacaba, which retains "distinctly English traits", including a "rough replica of Big Ben", she continued.
This is because it was first founded by the Sao Paulo Railway Company, which is a British organisation.
Recent figures from STR Global have also shown Sao Paulo to be a good place for hoteliers to invest, with rooms creating more revenue than anywhere else in the Americas region, growing 38.8 per cent compared with a regional average of 9.4 per cent.
Furthermore, daily rates also rose by 35.3 per cent, compared with an average of 4.7 per cent.